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!
Manchester Bible School
Spring courses available in 2021
All classes will take place on ZOOM, 7.30pm-9.30pm
Costs: Full Price £35 / Concessions* £25
*Concessions include: Students 16+ (NTC students free registration); people with a disability; unemployed; retired.
Leadership and Change
Dates: June 5th – 12th 2021
This class explores and analyses issues and questions around the practice of leadership and change management. The aim of this course unit is to help students to reflect critically on their own practice of leadership and to use the biblical, theological and theoretical knowledge for holistic personal growth for the benefit of those whom they lead and for others.
Spirituality, Maturity and Ageing
The course unit seeks to provide you with the opportunity to engage with crucial issues related to spirituality, maturity, and ageing, and to interact creatively with them through personal research, corporate and contextual learning experiences and critical reflection.
The class will help you critically engage with study and research in the area of spirituality, maturity, and ageing, particularly in relation to church ministry and Christian responsibility. You will develop a critical awareness of key issues related to spirituality, maturity, and ageing, in order to empower and inform a broad spectrum of students. These might include practising ministers, Christian professionals in the care sector, chaplains, lay pastoral visitors in churches, hospitals, and care homes, and students with an interest in spirituality and/or working with older people.
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Called to serve the community I was born into!
Previously working with a Glasgow organisation that serves those experiencing the challenges of homelessness, Shirley Berry desired a deeper theological grasp of how to help. In 2015, she enrolled in Nazarene Theological College-Manchester’s (NTC) Master’s Degree in the Urban Theology pathway, and graduated in 2019.
“I wanted to have a bit more understanding of how I could speak from the Bible into this, and not just around community or experience, but have actual knowledge,” Shirley said. “I also wanted to reconcile some of the experiential side of the ministry with an academic knowledge base.”
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More to learn and room to grow, Andrew’s story
Andrew Tissingh said he’s absorbed a lot of theology over the years. First, while growing up as a missionary kid. Then, being involved in ministry throughout his adulthood. But after two intensive courses in Nazarene Theological College’s Flexible Theology Certificate, Andrew discovered there’s still more to learn and room to grow.
Learning through practice