You’ll find undergraduate courses at NTC can open many doors – to ministry, community work or continued education. In fact, recent graduates have gone on to find roles in some fascinating settings, in the UK and abroad.
Postgraduate studies at Nazarene Theological College are richly resourced by the academic expertise of college faculty, the remarkable diversity of our learning community, and the valuable partnership we have with The University of Manchester.
March 16 and 17. NTC is a community of faith that explores life and faith together through rigorous thinking, spiritual formation and practical action. Want to discover more? We invite you to join our online open evenings.
Do you have a desire to learn? Then why not try one of our 5-week evening classes? How do we read the Book of Job in the Pandemic. Is The Kingdom of God – A Movement for Social Change? and what is the connection between Paul’s Pain and Emotional Community?
NTC Online is an exciting new initiative, designed for persons who have an interest in learning more about the Bible, theology, church history, or ministry, but do not have the time, nor the need, to pursue a degree-level qualification.
One of the often-heard objections to faith in Christ is that it is old fashioned or outdated, a relic of the distant past and therefore easily discarded. After all, what could a two thousand year old faith have to say to us in the twenty-first century? Join us and find out!
The Master of Arts in Theology (Ecology) pathway offers the opportunity for students to reflect critically on the concept of environmental crisis as a theologically salient theme and to develop an awareness of different modes of theological response.
The MA in Church Planting will offer an opportunity for people engaged in church planting and pioneering to critically reflect on their work and experiences, in order to become more effective practitioners.