All Nations believes in the Holy Universal Church, and staff and students are actively committed to being part of the Body of Christ.

This most naturally expresses itself in gathering with others in worship. We therefore encourage all students to attend a local church on Sundays.

We have a healthy relationship with many churches in the area, from a variety of theological persuasions, and encourage students to explore different expressions of the Christian faith. Learning to worship in a setting with which you are unfamiliar is good preparation for intercultural training.

All students are encouraged to attend the church most closely associated with their ministry placement, if they are involved in a church-based ministry, and we expect them to make a positive contribution to the life and worship of that congregation.

It is our prayer that as we worship and work together we will inform, inspire and equip each other for the roles to which God is calling us.



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