Theology for Everyone!
King’s School of Theology offers flexible part-time courses in theology that equip people for all of life, church, work and ministry. We have nearly 40 years’ experience in serving the local church through providing high quality education.
Our tutors are experienced practitioners and theologians, and our approachable staff are able to support all students to succeed; whatever age, educational background and church experience. This creates a dynamic, accessible, learning community that learns with each other and learns from each other. Theory, practice and worship are interwoven leading students into a deeper relationship with God. What’s more, it is an affordable investment for people. It really is Theology for Everyone!
Our courses are aimed at those who want to deepen their Christian faith through study. Students will be equipped to lead with more depth, think with more clarity, serve with greater purpose, and know more of God.
Courses are a three years programme of study that comprises of five teaching weekends per year, local mentoring and personal study facilitated by our online platform. KST is offered in a hybrid mode with a combination of in-person and live online modules. In this way KST is accessible and affordable to as many students as possible.
Our modules are based around live teaching weekends delivered either in person or on Zoom. The in-person modules are also accessible via Zoom. This hybrid classroom has proven effective for those in the physical and the virtual classrooms. This enables students to study with us whatever their circumstances or wherever they are located in the world.
Meet the Team
Introducing the staff who make KST happen!
Quality Teaching. Trusted Tutors
The KST team of tutors are experienced practitioners and theologians who provide high quality training for life and ministry.
We aim to foster an environment of strong student support, through time with tutors, local mentoring and an on-hand KST team. Whatever level of theological understanding you have, we will provide opportunities to take your understanding deeper. At KST you will become part of a learning community.
KST has been designed to be accessible for busy people. Studies can fit with your lifestyle, career, and church commitments. Our hybrid course structure enables students to learn where they are. Our subsidised fee structure keeps prices low, and we provide a variety of teaching methods to suit different learners.
Our hybrid course structure is designed to create a learning community where students find participation and belonging. Our modules are based around live teaching weekends with physical or virtual that facilitates student engagement with the tutor and each other.
We believe that theology is best done in the context of worship. This is reflected in our times together, with times of praise, reflection and contemplation built into the programme.
This course aims to equip you to think with more clarity. We will unashamedly challenge some cherished views, so that at the very least you understand why others hold a different view to you. As you open yourself up to study we anticipate that your views will be challenged and enlarged.
In order to help you fully digest materials and research topics for yourself, your learning will be monitored by assignments and followed up in mentoring meetings. We demonstrate how you can apply your learning to your life and share this experience with others.
KST trains you to apply theology to the whole of your life, helped by the fact that you can maintain work, family, social and church commitments alongside the programme. Our tutors are all experienced practitioners as well as teachers, for whom theology is something to be lived out in everyday life.
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KST Exec Team
Meet the Exec and Trustee Teams who oversee and guide the work of KST
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