Apply now! Full time BA places still available for September 2018
The Glasgow Centre is still accepting applications for the BA (Hons) in Theology (Youth & Community) degree. With placement locations across Scotland, CLD professional validation, and SAAS funding available, why wouldn’t you want to sign up?
Part time MA options available for an autumn start: pathways in Urban Mission, Transforming Leadership, and Humanitarian Development, just to name a few. If you’re called to mission and ministry, let us help you wrestle with the deep questions
The start of a new term is a busy and exciting time of year in the life of the college. This year we had much to praise and give thanks to God for. Interest in the BA(Hons) Theology (Youth and Community) based in Parkhead has grown. This term eight new students have joined the returning second year students in September, and there are also people attending individual classes. SSCM’s students joined with Nazarene Theological College ... Read more
Significant birthdays and times of transition both tend to engender nostalgia, a backward look to the “good old days”, and conversations that start with, “Remember when…?” Scottish School of Christian Mission has both a significant birthday this year and is living through a time of transition as long-serving staff go and new staff arrive (or return!) The birthday has given us an excuse to root through our archives, and we have unearthed some very stern looking graduation photos from the turn of last century ... Read more
Both were birthed 125 years ago. 125 years ago. That’s before the World Wars, the internet, jet travel, TV, and of course, the mobile phone. In 1892 the Bible Training Institute (BTI) was established in Bothwell Street in Glasgow with the premise of equipping men and women for mission. The original ... Read more
Over the past few weeks, I have been avidly reading Alan Lewis’ magnum opus, Between Cross and Resurrection, and considering its substantial implications for authentically grappling with the life of ... Read more
Lorna McIntosh was the driving force behind an HNC in Working with Communities in St John’s Church, Linlithgow. Why did she do it? Lorna explains, “We had some young people here who had no ... Read more
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Our courses include youth and community work, urban ministry,
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