LRBS Full programme of lectures for 2013/14
Monthly lecture days are held on the second Saturday of each month, except June, when the seminar is held on the first Saturday, and April, July, August and September, when there are no seminars. They begin at 10.30 am and conclude at 4.00 pm. These lecture days focus on parts of the syllabus not effectively treated by available books, together with homiletical studies.
The reading course, extending over four years, consists of a reading plan coupled with monthly lecture days. London Reformed Baptist seminarians are prescribed the best available books for study, extending to some eighty titles. The arrangement of the teaching and reading order is such that students may join the course at any time during the year. They will study in fellowship with those continuing from previous years, in the knowledge that the entire programme will be repeated in cycle.
Pastors, church officers and others often request to join the lecture course without completing assignments. If this option is desired please apply for auditor status.
Formal certification on completion of the course of studies is granted in the form of an London Reformed Baptist Seminary (LRBS) Diploma in Theology and Pastoral Studies.The Diploma is awarded to course members who have pursued the course for four years and have submitted satisfactory assignments. LRBS seminarians are required to return five assignments each year, involving the writing of brief critiques of certain theological stances, reviews of books, and the preparation of exegetical assignments. A nominal annual enrolment fee covers all Saturday seminars. (A very modest charge is made for midday meals.) No enrolment fee is charged to men in whole or part-time pastoral ministry.
UK applications: Please email for an application form for either full enrolment or auditor status.
The London Reformed Baptist Seminary (LRBS) online programme is now available for pastors and students living outside the UK. Please email for further information.