Our campus is centred on a nineteenth-century manor house set in beautiful grounds beside the heritage coastline of South Wales. With an excellent library, conference hall and chapel, accommodation and cutting-edge teaching facilities, it is the home of our full-time teaching programmes, offering all the benefits of traditional residential training.
Studying for the newly improved BA or MTh on our campus offers all the classic advantages of an excellent seminary education, now with the added benefits of being part of Union. It is a great privilege to be able to take two or three years out to lay a solid foundation for effective gospel ministry, and life on campus is enriched through daily worship and fellowship with faculty, students and the wider Union family. Time spent here is an opportunity to grow in Christ and establish friendships that will bear fruit for life.
More than a college campus
As well as residential education, our campus provides us with a conference centre for all the Union family, and a place for retreat for short-term intensive study breaks. Students from our Learning Communities - and pastors on sabbatical - have the chance to come and benefit from this vibrant and refreshing community. More than a college campus, we see it as a seedbed of the gospel, embodying our values.
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Union School of Theology
T: 0330 123 4446