From England and Wales to Scotland and North Ireland, the United Kingdom presents a diverse collection of people and traditions. With colleges specializing in missionary work, Bible study, and pastor training, the United Kingdom is an attractive option for students seeking a Christian education. The UK is predominantly Christian; The Anglican Church holds a majority, followed by Methodists, Presbyterians and Roman Catholics.
A Divinity School in Wales
The Bible College of Wales offers nondenominational training for ministry and outreach through its Trinity School of Theology. The college is non-residential and is based in Rugby, which is located in Warwickshire. The Bible College of Wales believes in a holistic education that is academic, spiritual and practical. Founded in 1924 by Rees Howells and operated by his son Samuel until 2004, The Bible College of Wales has a long tradition of religious education.
Trinity School of Theology Temple Buildings Railway Terrace Rugby Warwickshire CV21 3EN UK +41 (0) 1788 556 877 www.trinityschooloftheology.org.uk
A Scottish College for Scholars
The Highland Theological College UHI is a co-education school that teaches and evangelical and reformed model of the Christian faith. As a worshiping community, The Highland Theological College is invested in spirituality, but also places a high value on academics and intellectual inquiry. Students participate in outreach to local churches in the Scottish Highlands and Islands, acting as educators and religious leaders.
Highland Theological College UHI High Street, Dingwall IV15 9HA Scotland +44 (0) 1349 780000 htc.uhi.ac.uk/
Interdenominational College in London
The London School of Theology is a small, interdenominational college that prides itself on its academics, missionary work, and commitment to the scripture. Founded in central London it 1944, it currently operates out of the Northwood section of London. With approximately 350 students of 22 nationalities and 13 different denominations, it promises an intimate and diverse campus environment.
London School of Theology Green Lane Northwood Middlesex HA6 2UW United Kingdom +44 (0) 1923 456000 lst.ac.uk/
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