News and Events
The look of complete surprise and astonishment shone from Dr. Herbert McGonigle’s face as Dr. David Rainey unveiled “The Path of Holiness,” a collection of theological essays on Wesleyan thought and holiness in McGonigle’s honour, at the graduation ceremony of Nazarene Theological College-Manchester (NTC), 18th October.
Two rooms in the College were named during Graduation weekend. The Graham Suite is in memory of Revd James and Agnes Graham, longstanding missionaries from the North District. Jim (an evangelist from Northern Ireland) met and married Agnes (nee Clark, a nurse from Perth) while they were missionaries in Manzini, Swaziland. In 1956 they moved to Malawi, where they pioneered the Nazarene work there. They retired to Northern Ireland.
2014 is a special year for us–this year marks 70 years of continuous Nazarene education in the UK, as well as 100 Years of the iconic White House on our campus in Didsbury. To celebrate, we hosted a garden party which featured live jazz music, archive displays about the history of the White House and the College, lawn games, a photo booth, a “Story Corner” where people could record their memories, and books from local historian Diana Leitch.