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Times of worship and prayer are key parts of each college day. Sometimes these times are led by staff or students, but we also have the opportunity to hear many visiting speakers, pastors, missionaries and Christians in other public roles.
A weekly focus on world mission encourages us to extend our vision for the world. And fellowship days each semester allow time for extended worship, meditation and intercession. Christian faith is not a solitary thing, but one which calls us into deepening relationships with each other as well as with God.
All students are part of fellowship groups which meet weekly to share, to pray together and to encourage each other.
The international mix of ICC’s students also makes it an enriching place to be. The meeting of students from many different cultures gives us the chance to work out in practical ways what it means to be part of the body of Christ.
We recognise the need to encourage the personal growth of students as well. We can’t hope to change the world if we are not being changed ourselves.
Worship, fellowship and teaching provide a constant encouragement to deepen our personal relationship with God.
The teaching staff are all experienced practitioners themselves and seek to share something of lessons they have learned with students.
An annual personal review, done with a student’s advisor-tutor also helps students to reflect on their own spiritual development over their time at ICC.
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We recognise the need to encourage the personal growth of students as well.
We can’t hope to change the world if we are not being changed ourselves.
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