Having had a wonderful Hub in Jersey for 5 years, supported by so many, we are now in the process of winding down our Hub and completing the delivery of the courses that our current students are enrolled upon, leading to a closure in the summer of 2018. This means that we are still able to accept students for one year programmes starting in 2017. The Flexi-MA will continue to take students indefinitely.
Based at St Paul’s Centre, in the heart of St Helier, the Jersey hub is supported by several local churches working together, offering a unique opportunity to study theology within the island.
We love to see people from all walks of life come and study with us and discover not only how amazing God is but also the unique person God made them to be. Whether you are working full-time or part-time, haven’t studied for a few years or never studied before due to work and family commitments, we offer a warm, welcoming, learning community. It is a place where Christians can be trained and equipped to serve the Lord in their area of life, whether that be here in Jersey or the other side of the world. Our prayer is that the Hub would become an important resource to the church community here in Jersey.
The Jersey Hub meets on a Monday evening between 6 and 10pm.
Want to find out more? Why not come to our Kingdom Theology Day for a taste of WTC!
Kirsty de la Haye is our Jersey Hub Director. Prior to moving to Jersey in 2008 Kirsty lived in Camberley, Surrey for 10 years where she was involved in various ministries in her local New Frontiers Church and local community. In 2005, along with 2 Christian friends, she set up and ran a small internet fair-trade coffee business known as Eve Coffee. In her life before children she worked as a legal secretary before spending some time in Nairobi, with YWAM, as a PA to the Relief and Development Director. She then worked with Youth for Christ as a schools and youth worker in Camberley and North Manchester. Kirsty is married to Adrian, they have three teenage children, and one dog, and are members of Freedom Church, Jersey.
St Paul’s Centre
There is no parking at the centre, other than some disabled parking.
We recommend Sand Street if coming from the west, Snow Hill or Pier Road if coming from the east, and Minden Place if coming from the north. Please see www.stpaulsjersey.org/map.
There is disabled parking in New Street – access via Union Street or Val Plaisant.