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At some point in the early twenty first century our world reached a significant milestone when the global population living in urban areas passed 50% for the first time. The move from traditional, rural life to cities has been a feature of industrialised societies for at least two hundred years, but today urbanisation has become a global phenomenon in which cities in the Southern hemisphere are exploding with unprecedented speed.
The urban world of today presents massive challenges, reflected in the attention given to attempts to understand it in a wide range of academic disciplines. The challenge is no less serious and urgent for Christian theology and practice and awareness of this has resulted in the priority given to this subject through the development of ICC’s urban ministry training at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
|BA / BA (Hons) Theology with Urban Ministry
Enables students to give a solid Biblical, theological and historical foundation to their practical studies, and at the same time to develop the awareness of how to bring their Biblical and theological study to bear on the particular challenges of urban mission and ministry.
| MTh Ministry in an Urban World
A taught Masters programme, taken 'in-service,' over a period of three years, designed with the express purpose of enhancing the effectiveness of the student's ministry and to equip him or her to be an agent of personal and social change
"The cities of today’s world are the front-line of the Gospel's encounter with human need, anger and unbelief."
London City Mission