Across the nations Regions Beyond through the local church are training and developing leaders to impact their communities, workplaces and the nations.
We also have regional and national training.
Regions Beyond Leadership School – Westminster, London
This school exists to train senior leaders of local churches, present and future, men and women, in biblical theology, in order to equip them to build strong and fruitful churches.
Successful students will be issued with a Moorlands College Diploma at the end of the two years. This is a qualification that may allow those successfully completing our course advance standing, on to the Moorlands applied theology degree course. Each student will have to apply individually and go through the College’s interview process to secure this advanced standing.
The cost for each student for the two years, to achieve the Level 4 diploma is £1200. This includes the hire of the facilities, accreditation, and endless tea and coﬀee throughout the days of teaching. Not included in this, are your travel costs, lunch and dinner, on the Friday and Saturday.
The fee can be paid up front or in monthly instalments at £50/pm over 24 months.
The course will be held at Westminster Chapel, Buckingham Gate, Westminster, London, SW1E 6BS.
If you are coming from outside of London and will need accommodation on the Thursday and/or Friday night, members of Regions Beyond churches have kindly made their homes available for you. If you require accommodation, please indicate this on the application form. This will be provided at no cost to you.
A Normal Day
A normal day will start at 9am with worship and a short sermon preached by one of the students. Each day is then split into two sessions. Session one runs from 10am-1pm, and session two runs from 2pm-5pm.
Subjects taught include:
- A Leader’s Authority Preaching the Word Knowing God
- Understanding People The Purpose of the Church
- Leading with vision Revelation
- Leading with the End in View Acts
- Leading with Power Discipling Others
- Leadership Gifts
- Biblical Ethics in the 21st Century
- Leading People into the Story of God
During the Friday evening, after eating together an experienced leader will join the students for an informal session. Sharing their experience of leadership of a local church, with an opportunity for Q+A.
If you have any questions or if you wish to request an application form, please contact Esther Ballantyne at email@example.com
We are currently planning and building a training hub in South Africa.