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A residential short course suitable for anyone exercising leadership in a church setting, Leadership - Working Together will focus on collaborative ministry and how to get the best out of those we lead and serve - and ourselves.
This is a three-year part-time course introducing key areas of study in theology and ministry. The course is divided into nine terms of five sessions, with the option of participating in additional Study Days, essay-writing workshop and Summer School in Biblical Studies.
In partnership with the Diocese of Monmouth, the College offers this course which will typically take three years. The first two years will be divided into six terms, meeting 10 afternoons each term and once for a study day or retreat. There is also a two-day induction at the beginning of the course, and ‘summer schools’ of several days at the end of years 1 and 2. In the third year there is a supervised project based in one or more of the churches you lead. This project will be written up as an extended dissertation for the last element of the course, leading to the MA in Ministry.
An opportunity to study rural and environmental issues from a Christian viewpoint. This part-time modular course by distance learning will be of interest to all with a personal or professional concern for the environment and countryside, rural communities and churches.
A part-time course taken over four years aimed at those already in ministry. The MTh degree, which is a higher degree of the University of Oxford, and is normally only open to those who have gained a good first degree and consists of two parts.