Our classrooms are places of deep theology and invitation for the Spirit.
OUR COVID-19 UPDATE:
The government lifted most legal restrictions relating to Covid-19 on July 19th.
After a wonderful Residential in early January at the University of Nottingham which was held in person (with no Covid cases), and with government guidance in England that all university level education should continue to be delivered in person, all our teaching will be delivered in Hubs to the end of this academic year, unless government guidelines change. Student, faculty and staff safety remains a high priority for WTC and we will inform you of any changes in teaching delivery should the situation change.
We are really excited to be launching the new WTC Alumni Portal! We’ve been thinking for quite a while of how best we can help our alumni stay connected with one another and also with WTC. We know that maintaining the relationships forged through studying together will continue to be important, so we want this platform to be a way that our alumni can Learn, Link, Live, and Love.
We offer degrees in ‘Kingdom Theology’ because at the heart of our study is the belief that Jesus came proclaiming the good news of the Kingdom of God. Through his life, death, and resurrection, he has brought the reality of the Kingdom to this world.
God’s Kingdom means hope for humanity and the earth in salvation, healing, freedom from oppression, reconciliation in relationships, joy, peace, creativity, and untold blessing. The Kingdom touches all aspects of life, and invites us to reimagine our life, work, and mission.
Our study of theology means engaging with a Kingdom that is powerful and transformational.
WTC courses are designed to equip the whole people of God for life, work, and mission in the real world. All our courses are part-time and designed to fit around busy lives. We have top quality teaching faculty who serve on the front lines of business, ministry, and mission around the world. Our classes provide you with foundations in Scripture, spiritual life, Christian beliefs, church history, personal formation, mission, and leadership, and always with a concern for the gritty and complex realities of the real world.
At WTC, we’ve worked hard to reimagine the classroom experience around our vision to bring together the best of academic scholarship and the vibrant life of the Spirit. Our classes are places of theological depth and invitation for the Spirit, and our teachers are there to help you make the connection between all of life and the Kingdom of God.
Our creative Hub model fosters an environment where students join prophetic, worshipping communities that learn together. The mixture of residential and Hub-based learning helps you discover the many exciting ways that theology and life in the Spirit can transform your life-spaces.
Some of our students answered questions about their concerns with regards to studying, and about the support they have accessed since taking the plunge into WTC. Hopefully their responses will reassure you that if you are willing to work at it and engage with the help available, you can succeed.”
Click below for more testimonies!
Without the Study Skills Resources I would be lost in studying as to how to form my essays. I constantly refer to them when writing. You feel reassured knowing that you can get help through Google Hangouts, phone or by email when you are struggling.” (BA student)
“Ali was so helpful in combating my sometimes negative and fearful mindset, but also really practical in advice on how to break down questions and to know where to start.” (Cert HE student)
“I thought being in my early 40s with a very long gap of several years between any sort of studies and that I have dyslexia would really hinder study. However… This has not been the case at all.” (BA student)
“I have valued the resources and support for studying that Ali has given over the years. I definitely found writing essays an enormous challenge, and I have to say that the Study Skills Resources have been a constant source of reference for me and extremely helpful.” (GradDip then MA student)