ANNOUNCEMENT: The Scotland Hub is launching in September 2021 and will be located at Auldhouse Community Church, Glasgow (subject to University of Chester confirmation).

WATCH: Why study with WTC in Scotland?

For a number of years, WTC has been in conversation with church leaders in Edinburgh and Glasgow who are interested in establishing a Hub for students in Scotland. In February 2020, our Principal and Dean of Post-graduate Studies met with 30 church and Christian organisation leaders from the Glasgow area to present the idea of establishing a WTC Hub in Scotland. This was received very positively.

So, after much planning and coordinating, we are very excited to start this Hub in September 2021, partnering with Auldhouse Community Church (where the Hub will be located) and Queens Park Baptist Church, who jointly support the opening of a Hub in Glasgow for Scotland.

The Scotland Hub will meet on Monday evenings between 6pm and 10pm.

The courses on offer at our Scotland Hub:

Applications are now being accepted for study during the 2021-22 academic year.

Hub Director:

Don Palmer

Hi there. I’m super-excited to be leading a team as Hub Director for the new WTC Scottish Hub which will be starting up in September. Originally from Belfast, Northern Ireland, I have spent most of my ministry life in Scotland, as well as in Toronto, Canada and, for a time, church-planting in York, England. I did all of my theological studies during two spells in Canada, where I completed a BA and MDiv in theology. 

Currently I am the Lead Pastor of an independent church here on the Southside of Glasgow called Auldhouse Community Church, which also makes me the Scotland Hub Church Leader. I am passionate about creating a space for others to learn theology, engage in dialogue together and grow closer to Jesus in the process. Would love to hear from you if you’re interested or contemplating studying through WTC and are based here in Bonnie Scotland.

LOCATION

Auldhouse Community Church

51 Nether Auldhouse Road
Glasgow
G43 2XG

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