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2020 Whitley Lecture: ‘Finding a Friend’ The Baptist Encounter with Judaism – Live on YouTube

Ever since the horrific events of the Holocaust, the relationship of ...

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Study Online in 2020-21!

Welcome! Our Online courses are available to begin study in September ...

Responses to the killing of George Floyd from the staff at Luther King House

“The whirlwinds of revolt will continue to shake the foundations ...

A Christmas Reflection – 2019

Sometimes tears are unexpected. Most mornings for me begin in the ...

PG Cert, PG Dip and MA Theology Ministry and Mission

You are WELCOME! Our postgraduate taught course in Theology, Ministry and Mission is designed to enable you to:

  • Enrich your knowledge and understanding of Christian faith and theology
  • Develop your vocational, ministerial and leadership skills in your own church, community, or work
  • Develop skills in reflective practice and critical analysis which are essential for effective Christian Ministry and Mission
  • Integrate your academic learning with your own life and faith experiences, and relate your learning to your own context

Apply here, or, if you have any questions, message us at learning@lkh.co.uk or telephone us on 0161 249 2504. See below for more information

Flexible Study Patterns
You can study part-time or full-time, with a variety of timetabling patterns to give flexibility, including modules taught 4 or 8 weeks, intensive 4-day block-taught modules, and modules taught in combinations of one and two-day blocks. The courses are modular – you can choose which modules you take, depending on your interests.

We will be offering the following programmes for study beginning in September 2020:

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Theology, Ministry and Mission (60 credits)
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Theology, Ministry and Mission(120 credits)
  • MA in Theology, Ministry and Mission(180 credits)

Course Duration
The duration of your postgraduate study programme depends on how many modules you complete each year. Full-time students complete in a maximum of 1 academic year. Part-time students have a maximum period of 4 years in which to complete their studies, but many students are able to complete their studies within 3 years by taking a minimum of 60 credits worth of modules per year.