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News & Events

There is always lots going on at Nazarene Theological College

…and more than meets the eye too! Not only do we have our classes but we often host conferences or public lectures. There’s also regular community groups and events that meet here at the College. So stop on by these pages for all the latest goings on!

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New Scholarship Announced for Postgraduate Students from South Asia

New Scholarship Announced for Postgraduate Students from South Asia: The Hermann Gschwandtner Postgraduate Scholarship
NTC-Manchester is launching a new scholarship to provide assistance for postgraduate students from South Asia. Designed to support students pursuing full time or part time study, the award will be named after a man who invested more than twenty-five years of his life in the work of the Church in South Asia, Dr Hermann Gschwandtner.

Dr Hermann Gschwandtner, who retired in 2015 from his role as Field Strategy Coordinator in South Asia, is a man of many gifts. Before becoming a Nazarene Minister in Frankfurt, Germany, he ran a parachurch organisation that handled literature distribution – and then swiftly took on work with the Church in Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States, a time when he began to develop ministry in the area of compassionate ministries. This mushroomed, and led to his coordinating compassionate ministry efforts throughout South Asia – which led directly to starting the work of the Church of the Nazarene in Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. From 2000, he took over the work of the JESUS film ministry in India and South Asia.  In 2010, he took on the role of field strategy coordinator for the South Asia field, in a time which saw thousands of new churches planted, often in challenging circumstances.

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My first few weeks at NTC with Cameron Preece

My first few weeks at NTC with Cameron Preece
(Photo taken in 2019)
Cameron came to NTC in September 2019, having planned to get into Christian Youth Work through a modern apprenticeship, he then decided to apply for a Christian Youth Work degree and found NTC through the UCAS website.

He originally applied to study on the BA Theology (Youth and Community Work) pathway but after attending an interview at NTC, he decided to change direction to study on the BA Theology pathway. He realised, following a faith crisis and a period of self-reflection, that he had a theoretical mind rather than practical. “I had made these changes through e-mail and was given amazing support from the admissions team.”

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Learning support at NTC

Learning Support at NTC
Are you thinking about studying with us and wondering if you can succeed? Do you want to learn more about God, the bible and Christianity, but the idea of writing a 10,000-word dissertation brings you out in a cold sweat? Perhaps you struggle to stay organised or to sit down and concentrate on a task without checking Facebook every 3 minutes.

You are not alone!

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Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter

Dear NTC friends,

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Church on the Street: An interview with Mick Fleming

Church on the Street
An interview with Mick Fleming conducted by Trevor Hutton

Mick Fleming is the Pastor of ‘Church on the Street’ in Burnley, which is a worshipping community that serves those who find themselves homeless, who struggle with addictions, or who are on the bread line. He came to NTC as a student in 2014, and here Trevor Hutton talks to him about his own journey.

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Coronavirus Update: 22 May 2020, 9:45am

Following government advice, the College campus remains closed. We are still however open for business with classes and intensives taking place online – there are also some great short courses which you can sign up for.

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