Library and Archives

Main Library The library’s primary purpose is to resource the teaching and learning undertaken at Bristol Baptist College. It is stocked with over 25,000 books and other media to meet the needs of ministerial, theology, and children and youth ministry students, as well as for work at postgraduate level. There are runs of more than…Read the full article

Teaching, Learning & Support

Teaching You are taught through a combinations of lectures, group work and placement supervision. For a full-time course at Level 4 you typically have around 9 hours contact time per week, at level 5 around 5 hours, and at level 6, around 4. Full-time students will normally have at least one block week per year,…Read the full article

Masters Modules in Mission with Urban Life

MISSION IN MARGINAL PLACES: THEOLOGICAL, PRACTICAL AND ETHNOGRAPHIC EXPLORATIONS  (Mike Pears / ) In partnership with Urban Life, Bristol Baptist College is introducing four new modules at level 7 which will open up a new pathway for those who wish to pursue an in-depth study of the theology and practices of mission in relation…Read the full article

Anabaptist Study Centre

Bristol Baptist College, the Anabaptist Network ( and the Mennonite Trust ( are partners in the Centre for Anabaptist Studies, based at the college in Bristol, which was launched in October 2014. In recent years the Anabaptist vision has inspired Christians from many traditions as we face the challenges of post-Christendom and offered fresh insights on…Read the full article


If you are thinking about theological study, wanting to top-up your skills or knowledge, or only have limited time available, why not join us as an occasional student for one of our modules or study days? Costs start at £25 for a study day and £180 for a module. Use of the library, plus lunch,…Read the full article