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All Nations Church began in the1970s when a group of Christians in Penarth, South Wales, were baptised in the Holy Spirit. Recognising they needed help and direction, they contacted Arthur Wallis, who introduced Keri Jones to them.
Ever since, Keri has provided apostolic oversight to what has become All Nations Church. In the early 1980s the church was joined by another group who had themselves recently been baptised in the Spirit. After meeting in various schools across Cardiff, the church acquired some land, and in 1991 All Nations Centre opened. Under Keri’s apostleship the church has continued to grow and, in line with its name, currently has over thirty nations represented in its membership. Today, All Nations Church comprises people of all ages from different social and cultural backgrounds. Our meetings are characterised by a passion for the presence of the Holy Spirit and the glory of Jesus.
This, alongside relevant and practical teaching from the Bible, enables us to live effectively in our world and to reach our communities with the love of God. Every member also belongs to one of our Life Groups, our daily outworking of church life. Through Life Groups we build up the church to reach our communities. For more details visit our website: click here to open a new window All Nations Church works with other churches around the United Kingdom and the world, as part of ministries without borders®. Together we are committed to seeing the gospel of the kingdom preached to all people groups and to see the church throughout the world come to full maturity.
In 1905 Cardiff was given the title of a city and in 1955 it became the capital city of Wales. Cardiff boasts tradition and ambition and is a capital city with growing national and international reputation. The city of Cardiff is a great city in which to come and study.
Students who come to study in Cardiff can take advantage of the blend of a small, welcoming, reasonably priced city with the recreational and cultural facilities of an ambitious and ever modernising capital city. Cardiff is the capital city of Wales and, as such, it is home to many national institutions such as the Millennium Stadium, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff Castle and the world known, Millennium Centre.
With a population of just under 329,000, Cardiff is not congested. Students who come to Cardiff can lead a busy life, enjoying both their academic studies and the lively social culture that takes place - there is always something to do and see. Cardiff is an extremely accessible city, benefiting from excellent road, rail and air communications.
Using the hourly high-speed train service, London is reached within two hours. Cardiff has convenient connections to Heathrow and Gatwick airports and the city also benefits from its own international airport.
The city is served directly by the M4 motorway providing fast links to the rest of the UK. For directions to Covenant College please click the Map image on the right. This will open a new window in Google Maps.
Covenant College is the Bible College of Ministries without borders® ministries without borders® speaks of people who are inwardly free and outwardly mobile; who use their gifts, talents and abilities to take the message of hope and the gospel of good news to a needy and dying world.
"We believe that every mandate given by God can be achieved and that there are no problems too difficult for His power of miracle."
We face a variety of challenges in our world which differ from those our Lord encountered, but His word and power, demonstrated by miracle and good deed, are still the answer to the diseased heart of man caused by the generational virus known as sin.
For ourselves, working together is essential. It's a joy, not an option. Together we can achieve far more than working alone. As we travel we encounter the difficulties many people are facing through drought, famine, war and disease. Our gospel, therefore, seems even more relevant today as we realise anew that:
"He has appointed us to preach good news to the poor. He has sent us to proclaim that captives will be released, that the blind will see, that the downtrodden will be freed from their oppressors and that the time of the Lord’s favour has come." (Luke 4:18–19 NLT) For more details about ministries without borders® and their projects please visit their website by clicking this link: www.ministrieswithoutborders.com
International students can only be accepted once the necessary visa has been obtained from the UKBA.
The visa process is the responsibility of each international applicant. However if you would like to speak to us about the possibilities of travelling to the UK to study with then please email us.
More information can be obtained from the United Kingdom Border Agency website by clicking here - this will open a new tab/window directing you to their website.