WTC delivers its courses throughout the UK, Channel Islands and Northern Europe through learning and worshipping centres called Hubs.
What is a Hub?
The unique flavour of studying with WTC is largely defined by the experience of studying locally in a worshipping and learning community known as a Hub. This creative model fosters an environment where students join prophetic, worshipping communities that learn together. Hubs meet on Monday or Tuesday evenings, depending on the location, and are environments in which you can form meaningful relationships with your fellow students, have time and space to discuss the issues arising in the teaching as well as worshipping together.
Our Hubs are where the learning community takes shape:
- students meet for lectures, tutorials, worship, and dialogue from week to week
- face-to-face and video-conferenced teaching occur in a community context
- friends are made and ideas germinate
- vision takes root and is prayed into action
Each Hub has a Hub Director (HD) who is responsible for creating a great worshipping and learning environment in the Hub that enables you to feel supported in your studies. The HD is a student’s main point of contact with WTC, and WTC’s main point of contact with our host church partner.
We are excited to be opening new Hubs in Bristol and Northern Ireland in September 2017 and are in conversations with other churches too for new Hub openings in September 2018. If you are interested in studying or being involved in a more organisational capacity in any of these locations please do get in touch and we will keep you informed as things progress.
If you are a church leader and are interested in talking to us to find out more about what it would mean to become a partner and host a Hub, please do .
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