Faithful Christian witness in the philosophically, ethically, and technologically complex cultures of late modernity, places enormous demands on Christians – both professionally and personally. Pentecostal and Charismatic believers are therefore increasingly aware of the need for serious biblical, theological, historical and pastoral reflection, to enhance both the depth and maturity of their ministries. Learning to think theologically is an essential pre-requisite for engaging in Christian ministry in ways that are both highly innovative and deeply faithful. Whatever your primary vocational context – church leadership, chaplaincy, education, or the many other sectors – Regents offers postgraduate courses that will enhance and profoundly develop your ministry.
The academic staff at Regents College include specialists in Biblical Theology, Systematic Theology, Pentecostal-Charismatic Studies, Chaplaincy, Church Leadership, and Christian Discipleship. Teachers of our practical modules are themselves current practitioners in Christian ministry, drawing from their personal experiences to deepen the relevance of the teaching material. Many of the teaching staff are also well-known as speakers and lecturers both in the UK and internationally.
Students at Regents include a wide range of Christian workers and believers. Many are Pentecostal church leaders from long-standing denominations and independent ministries; others are involved in para-church ministry, whilst some study simply for their personal development. The gender, ethnic, generational, and professional diversity of participants, enhances the whole postgraduate body, with students benefiting from both the practical and academic insights shared by their study peers, as well as those offered by the teaching staff.
Regents Theological College is an approved academic partner of the University of Chester, and offers the following programmes:
Follow the links above to discover more information relating to the content of our postgraduate programmes, as well as the entrance requirements and costs for each programme. There is also a downloadable application form for you to complete if you wish to apply.
The calendar for all Postgraduate modules can be found here.
Should you require further information, please contact our Admissions Officer, Shelley Cave, at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01684 588979 and 01684 588965.
An e-version (MS Word document) of our application form is also available on request.
Postgraduate courses are validated by The University of Chester.