Advance Notice – temporary restrictions on access to library archives during Summer/Autumn 2018

Upgrading of the archives room later this year will necessitate the temporary removal to store of the library’s Special Collections. Therefore this material will be inaccessible for a period, and for some time after the commissioning of the strong room delays in fulfilling requests are likely while re-shelving is in progress. Every effort will be…Read the full article

Library and Archives

Coronavirus Update on Access to Library and Special Collections At present there is no direct access to the Library or Special Collections, but the situation is being kept under review as official guidance is updated. The library is operating a restricted service, and research enquiries should be addressed to Michael Brealey, Librarian & Archivist…Read the full article

Student Terms and Conditions

For the academic year 2019-20 This page sets out the arrangements which apply to students registered with Bristol Baptist College, and forms the basis of the contractual agreement between you as the student and us as the College. All the documents referred to in these terms and conditions will be available throughout your studies on…Read the full article


Disciple-Makers is a training programme for those who want to be better equipped to serve Jesus as whole-life disciple-making disciples. Disciple-Makers will run over 26 Wednesdays of the academic year (08.30-17.00, between mid-September and May) alongside Bristol Baptist College’s Wednesday ministerial students. Disciple-Makers is designed for theology students, those exploring a call to Christian service,…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

Anabaptist Study Centre

Bristol Baptist College and the Anabaptist Mennonite Network ( 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 peace and…Read the full article