Who we are:
For the last few years, Westminster Theological Centre has pioneered a unique form and model of theological training, offering theological education that integrates the best of scholarship with the power and gifts of the Holy Spirit. We have seen over the years that this combination is powerful to transform, heal and release God’s people into His purposes for them. WTC courses are delivered in partnership with local churches throughout the UK and Sweden so that students have the opportunity to grow in discipleship and mission, whilst studying for a nationally recognized certificate or degree in theology.
Our student body is drawn from all walks of life, stretching across generations, denominations and backgrounds, so wherever you come from, you can feel at home at WTC. We recognize the unique and precious gifting of all humanity, men and women, and we work with students in every aspect of WTC – the study, the worship, the prayer, and the theological reflections – to encourage them to become all that they can be in Christ.
Because we are committed both to the local and to the national, we have made it easier for people to stay in their locality, while still having access to excellent theological education and training. The benefit for students is enormous, combining teaching from our international faculty with the support of a local learning community.
WTC raises up and equips servant leaders, whether in the home, the church or the marketplace. There will be a course that is ideally suited for you, whether you wish to strengthen your biblical and theological foundations at certificate level, or whether you want the chance to go deeper into theology and to undertake your own personal research at Masters level.
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. Our study of theology means engaging with a Kingdom that is powerful and transformational. 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.
We are a member of the Evangelical Alliance, the largest body serving evangelical Christians in the UK: working for a united Church, confident in voice and inspired for mission, www.eauk.org. We subscribe to the Evangelical Alliance basis of faith.