The Certificate in Christian Studies
The Certificate course covers fundamental core fields in Biblical studies in the area of Bible, Theology and Ministry. The units run in these three areas are designed to cover foundational Biblical books and important ministry topics.
The Certificate courses currently run as Trinity@Night within the Metropolitan area and as Trinity in Town currently in the South West. The Trinity@Night units run for 6 weeks on either Tuesday or Thursday evenings at various locations in the Perth metropolitan area.
Trinity in Town is currently run in Albany and Bunbury as weekend intensives, one week intensives and over six weeks mid year.
Who is it for?
The Certificate course is designed to be accessible to people from all walks of life, for full time employees, university students, mothers, grandparents or Interns. It is great for workers to university students, for mothers to grandparents. The Certificate course is ultimately for those who are seeking to be better equipped in their service of Christ and his Kingdom.
The Certificate course provides solid Biblical teaching and is especially beneficial for anyone involved at church, such as those who lead Bible studies, are youth leaders or workers, Sunday school teachers as well as for elders and deacons within the Church. Bible study groups will also certainly benefit from attending units together.
How does it work?
The Trinity@Night courses run for 6 weeks on either Tuesday or Thursday evenings. Units may be completed for Credit toward the Certificate or simply Attended by students.
Credit Students gain a Certificate in Christians Studies by completing a 1,000 word essay for each unit. The Certificate requires completion of eight units form three groups:
- 2 Core units (A)
- 3 Bible & Christian thinking (B)
- 1 Christian Life and Ministry (C)
The remaining units may then be chosen from either group B or C.
What if i am not sure? (Taste and See)
If you have not attend the Certificate Course before and are unsure, why not enroll and mark the ‘taste and see’ option. If at the end of the first class you are interested to stay, then you can pay, if you are still unsure, there is no obligation to stay.