Westminster Theological Centre South London Hub
The WTC South London Hub is hosted by Anerley Team Ministry (ATM) and located at Christ Church Centre. ATM’s vision is to be and to make disciples of Jesus, equipping people to love and to serve both in our local area and much further afield. We are excited to be partnering with WTC to expand this vision and to be involved in the ‘transformation and release of God’s people’.
We have seen the difference that a course of study with WTC can have on individual lives, equipping and training them for a life of ministry within the Kingdom of God and look forward to seeing that replicated many times as we welcome and support new students to WTC.
The South London Hub meets on a Monday evening between 6 and 10pm.
The courses on offer in the South London Hub are the CertHE, the BA, the Graduate Diploma in Kingdom Theology and the MA in Kingdom Theology. If more information is required, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to the WTC website.
Accessibility: We use two floors of the building the Hub meets in but both are fully accessible and have a disabled toilet.
Anerley Team Ministry hosts the Westminster Theology Centre’s South Eastern hub and, as part of that hosts regular training days, open to all.
On 18 March, 2017, Dr Lucy Peppiatt will be coming to run a theology day exploring the question of what it means for human beings to be “made in God’s image”. She will explain some of the ways this has been understood through the ages, as well as tackling some difficult questions around gender, self-esteem, the fragile nature of our minds and bodies, the complexities of physical healing and the question of how humans relate to the rest of creation. There will be time and space for discussion, questions and the opportunity to relate theology to real life.
Timing of the day:
10.00 Welcome and worship
10.30 Session One
11.30 Coffee Break
11.50 Session Two
12.40 WTC Presentation
14.00 Session Three
15.00 Q & A
Standard Registration: £15 (inc. light lunch)
Concessions: £10 (inc. light lunch). These are for those not in paid employment, the retired and WTC alumni.
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