All Saints Centre for Mission and Ministry
All Saints Centre for Mission and Ministry is a theological training institution with teaching centres across the North West, including Liverpool. It specialises in local part-time training for lay and ordained ministry in the Church of England. Aiming to equip every student to be, under God, the best disciple, Reader, Deacon or Priest they can be, it provides theological education and ministerial formation that are:
- Community-based and rooted in local contexts across the North West;
- Accessible and inclusive;
- Offered part-time to fit around a busy lifestyle;
- Focused on the formation of Christian faith and character;
- Structured around Scripture, prayer and worship, and that
- Seek to honour God through Jesus Christ.
It prepares students for fruitful ministry by connecting training with the vital concerns of our times.
St Mellitus NW
St Mellitus College, North West was formed as a partnership with the five North West Dioceses of Blackburn, Carlisle, Chester, Liverpool and Manchester in 2013. It is the first full-time ordination college in the North West since St Aidan’s College, Birkenhead (1846-1969). They aim to equip people from all walks of life for ministry and leadership.
Full-time context-based ordination
Full-time Certificate of Higher Education in Theology, Ministry and Mission
Full-time Diploma of Higher Education in Theology, Ministry and Mission
Full-time BA (Hons) in Theology, Ministry and Mission
Full-time Graduate in Diploma Theology, Ministry and Mission
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
Part-time MA in Christian Leadership
Non-Accredited (Audit first year of Theology, Ministry and Mission teaching)
Our PostGraduate Learning Community
The Liverpool Cathedral Postgraduate Learning community is convened jointly by the Cathedral and the St Mary's Centre to nurture M-level, Doctoral, and Postdoctoral researchers engaged in the broad fields of Christian learning and practical and empirical theology. For more details of its activities, please contact Canon Neal, who will pass on your enquiry to the conveners of the Learning Community, or direct to the Canon Theologian, Revd. Professor Leslie Francis or the Canon Scientist, the Revd. Canon Dr. Mike Kirby.