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School Overview

    • Founded:
    • 1971
    • Size:
    • Small (<5000 students)
    • Type:
    • Private non-profit
    • Category:
    • Universities, colleges
      Religiously affliated
    • Specialization:
    • N/A
    • Climate:
    • Temperate
    • Location:
    • Easneye, Ware, England, United Kingdom
    • Phone:
    • +441920443500
    • Setting:
    • Rural

The History of All Nations Christian College

All Nations is the result of the merger in 1971 of three colleges, all of which prepared people to work in cross-cultural missionary service overseas: Mt Hermon Missionary Training College (founded 1911), Ridgelands Bible College (1919), and All Nations Bible College (1923). The last had changed its name to All Nations Missionary College in 1962, just prior to moving from Taplow, in Buckinghamshire, to Easneye Mansion near Ware in 1964. The first two exclusively trained women, while All Nations Missionary College trained both single men and married couples.

All Nations Missionary College had always maintained cordial relations with the other two colleges, to the extent of sharing council members and faculty at times. In the freer atmosphere brought in by the 1960s, it became increasingly evident to the principals of Mt Hermon (Meg Foote) and All Nations (David Morris) that it was time to bring the colleges together and to train men and women, singles and marrieds, in one enlarged institution. Ridgelands College was approached and they readily agreed to be involved with such a vision. (Redcliffe College at Chiswick was also approached but their trustees were not convinced combining was feasible). Despite resistance in some quarters to the idea of a coeducational merger, Morris and Foote persisted, and in 1971 the three colleges merged under the name of All Nations Christian College.

It took some time to decide on a location for the merged college, but, after examination of a wide range of available properties in the Home Counties, the decision was made to buy the Easneye Mansion and 15 acres (6.1 ha) of land, which All Nations Missionary College had used on a rental basis since 1964. This was enlarged and developed with the proceeds from the sale of the other two colleges.

Academic Highlights

Each day begins with worship either all together or in smaller tutor groups. United in Christ, our worship reflects our diversity: drawing from many different cultures and traditions, we can enjoy multicultural worship. Prayer is the heartbeat of the college. We encourage deep personal prayer and intercessory prayer for the world. We also prayer and intercessory prayer for the world. We also break from routine to focus completely on God for a ‘quiet day’ every term.    

Life in All Nations Christian College

Fun is one of All Nations' core values within the student community. Students understand the importance of both resting and engaging with others alongside studying. Students organize many fun activities including football, table tennis, frisbee, board games and movie nights.

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Admissions

We strongly advise you to look at our Admissions Policy before applying. This is full of useful information, not least the specific entry requirements for each program of study.

You now have three options:

1.    Complete your application online (our preference) by following the link on the relevant course page. You can save the form at any stage in the process until you are ready to submit everything together.

2.    Click the download option on the relevant course page to print off a hard copy.

3.    Email [email protected] if you need us to send you a paper copy.

Completed paper copies should be either returned to us by post to: BA Admissions, All Nations Christian College, Easneye, Ware, Hertfordshire, SG12 8LX, United Kingdom or scanned and emailed to: Sam Cooper

Whichever method you use, please make sure you include all the relevant supporting documents.

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