Accredited gospel training – when and where you need it


The Crosslands seminary course is designed for assistant pastors, aspiring church planters, apprentices and even those in ministry wanting to 'top-up' their theology.  Over the course of 4 years as they live, work and minister in their context, students cover Biblical, Pastoral, Doctrinal and Missional topics to gain an MA in Christian Ministry (mentored) from our partners, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.

The curriculum is as follows:


The course itself is delivered in-context and in-community using modern, blended techniques:

  • Active mentoring by the local church - all our students should be involved with their local church and study with their minister or mentor's support

  • Independent study - students should set aside a minimum of 10 hours' study per week, which includes a weekly contribution to a moderated blog.  This is online, via our partner, BibleMesh

  • Seminar days - each module in the course builds towards an assignment, which is presented and discussed in seminar days run by our Crosslands tutors.  These happen five times a year.

  • Intensive residentials - we gather all students in each Crosslands hub for 1 week in the Autumn, a weekend in February and a further week in the early Summer.  The residentials are great times for fellowship, introducing/closing modules, peer review activities and interaction with current theological issues


    Applications close on 22nd June.  We expect to be at capacity so apply now to avoid disappointment.


Chris Rimmer