The Centre for Religion in Society validates the postgraduate research programme at the Luther King Centre, based in Manchester.
The Luther King Centre provides a range of programmes for in-depth study of contextual theology in an academically rigorous way. The PhD programme is supported by specialist academics at the Centre for Religion in Society at York St. John.
The Luther King Centre provides a place to study the Christian faith more deeply and develop your skills to live faith out in today’s world. Their programmes include Chaplaincy Studies, Theology, and Community Work. The Luther King Centre has partnered with the Centre for Religion in Society to provide doctoral level study and research.
Inspired by Martin Luther King’s vision of equality, justice and peace, LKC aims to support the work of students and faith communities within this ethos. The Centre has a strong tradition ministry training.
Historically the various colleges connected with LKC have represented Baptist, Methodist, United Reformed and Unitarian traditions. The Centre’s Open College has welcomed students from Quaker, Pentecostal, Anglican, Roman Catholic, Orthodox and other traditions.
You can find more information about postgraduate study through the Luther King Centre with the Centre for Religion in Society at YSJ here.