In addition to the full-time courses offered at All Nations, there are a variety of complementary, stand alone, short courses that run through the year and attract many other missional minded people to the College.

Each course is designed to provide insights into contemporary cross-cultural issues affecting and aiding mission today, and are run by a combination of our own staff and other specialist experts.

So whether you are looking for academic missional study or prefer something creative and hands on, then we have a Short Course for you.

  • School of Prayer for the Nations

    9th June - 6th July, 2019
    Join us for this four-week taster course as we work to develop the new School of Prayer for the Nations. The School of Prayer for the Nations is an exciting new programme of All Nations Christian College in collaboration with the global prayer guide Operation World. Each day follows a rhythm of prayer, worship, practical work and study – experiencing God together in community. We invite people to join us on the journey and participate in the development of a longer programme and understanding of God’s vision.

  • Engage:Asia 2


    1st - 7th October at COCM and All Nations

    Engage:Asia is an intensive, residential course offered through the partnership of All Nations Christian College and the Chinese Overseas Christian Mission (COCM). It aims to provide a comprehensive overview of topics related to the understanding and practice of mission in different cultures and contexts.

  • Arts and Trauma Healing

    Arts and Trauma Healing

    Online: 15th January - 29th April, 2020
    Intensive at All Nations: 22nd March - 2nd April, 2020

    This course is delivered in partnership with Dallas International University and the Trauma Healing Institute based in America. It combines biblical truths with basic mental health principles expressed in ways that can be easily translated into other languages. It will emphasize the importance of performing and visual arts in trauma healing. It fosters a holistic interactive approach, engaging Scripture within the healing process for people who suffer from the mental, emotional, and spiritual effects of trauma.

  • EnVision: God's Mission - Our Role


    Available now
    EnVision is a group study resource for Christians who want to know more about mission and how to relate to different cultures. EnVision is an interactive introduction to mission, which uses video, discussion, online material, optional activities and opportunities for personal/group reflection.

  • Islamics Short Course

    Engaging Islam Today

    8th - 14th December, 2019
    This course aims to enable Christians to better understand the roots and realities of Islam and to respond in a way that is Biblical, sensitive, informed and bold. If you are currently involved in or preparing to work in Muslim countries or among ethnic minorities in the West, or if you are simply interested in studying Islam, then you will find this course invaluable.

  • Multicultural Worship Day

    2020 course date to be confirmed
     9:00am - 5:00pm

    Bookings are now closed

    The Multicultural Worship Day is for anyone interested in learning more about the relationship between music, worship and culture.

  • Refresh & Retreat

    Refresh: 15th - 19th July 2019 
    Retreat (optional): 12th - 14th July 2019
    This year we are offering a 'Refresh & Retreat' programme of morning devotions and evening prayer, sharing and worship. There will be opportunities for one-to-one pastoral chats and/or prayer. The rest of the time, participants are free to use the grounds, library, prayer rooms and surrounding countryside and amenities for personal retreat and refreshment time. 

  • Arts for a Better Future

    Arts for a Better Future

    14th - 19th July 2019
    The aim is for you to be able help local communities draw on their artistic resources to help them respond to their spiritual, social and physical needs and help them move towards the kingdom of God.

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