The church is called upon to proclaim the Good News of the Gospel afresh in each generation. St Mellitus College trains students and ordinands who are able to do this in our diverse communities and within the breadth of the Church of England.
– Sarah Mullaly, Bishop of London
St Mellitus College, London is a diverse community of people who gather for worship, fellowship, and theological study. Our time together begins with food and worship, before we move into the various lecture halls for teaching sessions. The library is available, as is our prayer room, and our chaplaincy team and tutorial staff are here to support students as they look to combine their studies with their ministry in church or at work, and in their everyday life at home.
Dr Jane Williams and Revd Dr Lincoln Harvey are the Assistant Deans at St Mellitus College, and both teach primarily in the discipline of systematic theology. Jane oversees Mondays in London and joined the team in 2007, and Lincoln oversees Tuesday evenings and joined the team in 2010.
- Monday daytimes (9.30am – 4.30pm) for full-time study
- Tuesday evenings (6.30 – 9.15pm) for part-time study
- Full-time context-based ordination
- Full-time Diploma of Higher Education in Theology, Ministry and Mission
- Full-time BA (Hons) in Theology, Ministry and Mission
- Full-time Graduate Diploma in Theology, Ministry and Mission
- Part-time MA in Theology, Ministry and Mission
- Part-time or full-time MA Christian Leadership
- Full-time BA (Hons) Theology and Youth Ministry
- Part-time ordination
- Part-time Certificate of Higher Education in Theology, Ministry and Mission
- Part-time Diploma of Higher Education in Theology, Ministry and Mission
- Part-time BA (Hons) in Theology, Ministry and Mission
- Full-time Certificate of Higher Education in Theology, Ministry and Mission
- Beginning Theology
- Non-Accredited (Audit first year of BA Degree)
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