22 June 2021

Equipping mission-ready leaders for their Christian calling

In May, a special covid secure evening at Regents Theological College celebrated the third-year undergraduate students who have lived on campus over the last three years.

The college in Malvern is a community with a heart for mission and ministry, and the student's contribution to the hopes of the college have been fulfilled by their commitment to God, to prayer and to learning. Their three years at Regents have been profound for all of the college staff.

As they have completed their studies, the students leave to take up new roles in churches, in the wider community, and with specific organisations, but we know that wherever they are led, God will bless, protect and spur them on in their gifts and calling.

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Applications open for the new academic year

Over the past year, Regents Theological College has followed government advice and restrictions, while successfully delivering its academic programmes online. As applications for the new 2021/22 academic year are being received, the college is looking forward to having students back on campus in September. That includes those that live onsite throughout the year and those that visit the college for lectures.

The college staff are eager to start the new academic year in the autumn, which sees students return to the lecture rooms, enjoy in-person prayer and worship meetings, and simply be the campus community that makes Regents what it is.

So if you are thinking of studying theology, please be reassured the college is excited to get back to what they love - equipping mission-ready leaders for their Christian calling.

Take a look at what Regents Theological College has to offer

If you’re thinking of studying theology and would like to find out all about Regents, they have organised a series of online open days on Saturday 26 June at 11 am for undergraduate students and Saturday 17 July at 11 am for postgraduate studies.

These just looking events will take place on Zoom and are a great way to find out all about Regents Theological College. They are led by the academic and administrative staff, and include thoughts from current students, with a virtual tour of the campus.

They also give you the chance to ask any questions that you might have, and are a great way to start to get to know the team before you choose Regents as the place to study for an undergraduate or postgraduate degree.

If you would like to join these online open day events or have any questions, please email Peter Hutchinson at, or call him on 07851 249074. Find out more at

Also, Dave Newton, Principal of Regents, talks about the college study options that are available to you in this video.

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