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March 2017
Welcome to our monthly e-LINK updates

Spring has sprung...

Dear friends,
Over this last month the NTC community has gathered in a range of ways, a range of places, and in collaboration with some wonderful learning partners and friends.

This month we have seen: classes delivered in Germany with Kirche in Aktion (KIA); our Learning Centre students gathered in Cornwall in partnership with The Free Methodist Church; our Youth and Community and Pioneer Ministry students studying and serving in Glasgow and the surrounding areas through SSCM; students based on the NTC campus in Manchester gathering to learn and worship together; and a range of people participating in learning at NTC about practical ways the church can respond to young asylum seekers and refugees.

Although this semester still has much in store, we're already preparing for and looking forward to the range of learning opportunities that will be available throughout the summer. September may seem a long way off but there's a lot to choose from and time to register your place now. Our next Open Evening is on Tuesday May 9th and an Open Day on June 13th.

As always, thank you for your support.
From the NTC Team

Alumni story: Mwesi Magumba

Read Mwesi's story HERE
Read more stories, articles, updates of future events, and a pull-out prayer calendar in our Spring LINK Magazine above and on the NTC website.

Drysdale Lecture this week

We are delighted to welcome Professor Kirsteen Kim as this years lecturer on Tuesday April 4th, 2017, 7:00pm-8:30pm. 

Find out more HERE
Dr Joseph Wood and a range of experts will explore the following challenges and more: How can the Christian doctrine of the image of God inform and strengthen Christian witness in this image-driven age? How might Christians understand and use images? What is a Christian response in an image driven culture?
The use of image in politics, marketing, social media and publishing will be explored by the following guests:
  • Sam Hailes - Deputy Editor, Christianity Magazine
  • Peter Holden - Creative Director, Holdens’ Agency, Manchester
  • Beth Prescott - CAP and Member of the Conservative Party
  • Andrew Graystone - Freelance writer, presenter and BBC commentator
Register your place HERE (pay £5 including lunch on the day)
Download the Spring 2017 Link magazine here
0161 438 1926

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