Adam Couchman (Major) is a lecturer in Worship and Theology with over ten years of teaching experience.
Adam’s studies have included research into the sacramentality of the ceremonies of The Salvation Army, the theological anthropology of Gregory of Nyssa, and Christian holiness. Currently, Adam is a PhD student with the University of Divinity. Adam’s undergraduate degree was completed through the Sydney College of Divinity, his Honours through Charles Sturt University, and his MA with Distinction was awarded by the University of Manchester.
Currently, Adam is working towards his PhD through the University of Divinity. His research is considering the worshiping Jesus through the lens of the church’s confession that he is fully human and fully divine.
Adam teaches in the areas of Worship and Theology at Eva Burrows College. He enjoys seeing students deepen in their faith and for this to have an impact on their ministry and personal spirituality. A student recently shared with Adam; “At first, I was afraid of taking your class, but you made learning more understandable than I imagined.”
Adam is and Officer in The Salvation Army and has served as Corps Officer, alongside his wife, in Armidale, NSW, Gosford, NSW, and Box Hill, Vic. He has also held appointments in Training and Education since 2008.
Accredited teaching disciplines
- Australian Consultation on Liturgy (Secretary )
- Societas Liturgica (Member)
- Australasian Centre for Wesleyan Research (Member)