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A Christmas Reflection – 2020

Magnificat for a Black Christmas! “My soul glorifies the Lord ...

Research Symposium (in Partnership with MHA) – Thursday 12th November 2020

It was a pleasure to welcome so many attendees, over Zoom, to our MHA ...

Study Online in 2020-21!

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

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A Christmas Reflection – 2020

Magnificat for a Black Christmas! “My soul glorifies the Lord […], for he has been mindful of the humble state of his servant. From now on all generations will call me blessed. For the Mighty One has done great things for me…”    Luke 1: 46-49 It has been a strange year for all of us. […]

Research Symposium (in Partnership with MHA) – Thursday 12th November 2020

It was a pleasure to welcome so many attendees, over Zoom, to our MHA Research Symposium on Ageing on Thursday 12th November. During the symposium, many of the attendees suggested copies of the presentations and videos from the symposium be made available to everyone. Therefore, we are happy to provide YouTube links for the Zoom […]

Study Online in 2020-21!

Welcome! Our Online courses are available to begin study in September 2020: Foundation Award The Foundation Award may be taken full or part time mid-week or over six intensive study weekends spread throughout the year Certificate in Higher Education The one-year Certificate course takes place on Tuesdays and Wednesdays during term time throughout the year, and […]

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

“The whirlwinds of revolt will continue to shake the foundations of our nation until the bright days of justice emerge.” – Martin Luther King, 1963 (‘I have a dream’ Speech) For us, Luther King House is more than just the name of our college. It is also a daily reminder of values that we honour, and […]

A Christmas Reflection – 2019

Sometimes tears are unexpected. Most mornings for me begin in the kitchen with a cup of tea, reading the news with my two dogs curled on my lap. It’s a peaceful time before the day hits, when I try to intentionally open myself to Christ’s love for the world and to share my concerns and […]

New Staff Appointments for 2019-20

Northern College is delighted to announce the appointment of two new staff members who will take up their posts in September this year, just ahead of the academic year beginning. Revd Dr Adam Scott has been appointed as Tutor for Ministerial Formation. Originally from Dublin, Adam moved to the UK to study psychology in the late […]

A Christmas Reflection – 2018

Lo He abhors not, the virgin’s womb My son was at that age when they never stop asking questions. We were driving past the local convent. In the garden was a big, white, marble statue. “Dad, is that Jesus?” “Yes, son.” “Dad, is Jesus like God… but with bones?” “Y’ know son, that’s not a […]

Special Film Screening: King – Montgomery to Memphis

The world has been marking the 50th anniversary year of the assassination of Baptist Minister Rev Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. On 4th April 1968, Dr. King was fatally shot on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel, cutting short the life of the man who had become the conscience of America, indeed the world. Luther […]

Where is Wisdom to be found?

Open Lecture   In her retirement year, and after 20 years teaching at Luther King House, the Revd Dr. Jan Berry reflects on her experience of feminist spirituality and theological education. A pdf leaflet for you to download, print and distribute can be found here. Light refreshments will be available from 6.45pm, followed by Jan’s lecture […]

A Christmas Reflection – 2017

God did not send Jesus into the world to condemn its people. God sent him to save them! (John 3:17) Over the many years of being a church pastor, I found that preparing Christmas services became increasingly frustrating. Like me, you may have noticed that it’s the same story every year, about the birth of […]