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!
NTC Graduation 2019 will be held on 5 October 2019 at The Whitworth Hall, University of Manchester.
We are delighted to have NTC graduate Dr Carla Sunberg (PhD) as our guest speaker. Dr. Sunberg was elected 43rd general superintendent of the Church of the Nazarene at the 29th General Assembly in Indianapolis, Indiana, in June 2017. At the time of her election, Dr. Sunberg was president of Nazarene Theological Seminary, where she had been serving since January 2014.
Lecture & Latte a great success!
Several months ago in a conversation with the NTC team in Glasgow, the question was asked ‘how do we reach out to youth workers and potential youth workers in Glasgow and the surrounding area’. From this conversation ‘Lecture & Latte’ was born.
‘Lecture & Latte’ provides a critical thinking space, in a community learning environment, where practitioners can come together to engage, ask questions and deepen their knowledge and understanding of Youth and Community Work. It also provides an opportunity for those interested in studying youth work to come and have a taste of what NTC’s Glasgow Learning Centre can offer.
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Lecture & Latte
Journeying with ‘the other’ Coming alongside young people in the margins.
Date: 10 June 2019
Venue: The Charter, 494 Tollcross Rd, Glasgow G31 4XX
Presented by: Rev Gemma Dunning (Frontier Youth Trust)
More information to follow.
Dr Julie Lunn’s new book published
Nazarene Theological College (NTC) would like to congratulate Revd Julie Lunn for the December 2018 publication of The Theology of Sanctification and Resignation in Charles Wesley’s Hymns published by Routledge.
“This book is the fruit of six years of study for my PhD, and then a further year of adaptation and fresh writing. The book is about the link, particularly found in Charles Wesley’s poetic texts, between the concepts – and experience – of the resignation of the believer to God and the believer’s sanctification through the grace of God. The book is primarily a theological study of Charles’ texts, and the themes which emerge associated with resignation and sanctification; the last chapter however, addresses these concepts in a twenty-first century context.”
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The 2019 Sydney Martin Lecture
Tuesday May 28, 7:30pm
Venue: J B Maclagan Chapel, NTC, M20 2GU
Time: 7:30pm-9:00pm (includes refreshments)
Cost: Free and open to the public
Keeping an eye on surveillance
About the lecture
Having personal information collected and analysed is part of everyday life – for everyone, not only a suspect few.