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Ian White



Short Courses Programme Leader, BAMM Course Tutor, Festival and Summer School Co-ordinator

1995 - 1998 Cliff College, University of Sheffield MA in Evangelism Studies
2002 - 2006 University of Sheffield PG Dip in Teaching and Learning for University Lecturers

Lecturer in Vocational Ministry

Ian White joined the Faculty staff team in 2001, having previously been both a full-time undergraduate and part-time postgraduate student at the college.

Ian is the Programme Leader for the growing Short Courses programme. He co-ordinates the non validated training provision on site, through day and mid week events, as well as a series of vocational retreat weekends and week long Cliff College Certificates in Schools Ministry, Christian Mentoring, Christian Discipleship, Christian Mission, Family Ministry, Children’s Ministry, Youth Ministry , Ecumenical Theology, Contextual Theology, Pioneer Ministry and Community Engagement. He is currently developing further Cliff College Certificates in Rural Ministry and Youth Leadership.

Ian is the Course Leader for the part-time undergraduate Level 6 BA in Mission and Ministry course, which is part of the vocational Mission and Ministry programme focused on Children, Youth, Third Age, Family, Sports and the Creative Arts which is headed up by his colleague Carolyn Edwards.

Ian also has lecturing input into the MA in Mission units in Children and Youth Ministry which he helped to develop.

Ian is the Summer School Co-ordinator for the expanding college summer programme which allows participants to explore further academic possibilities here at the college during the June and August period.

Ian also acts as the Festival Co-ordinator for the college annual weekend Festival event which takes place every May bank holiday weekend.

With a long personal involvement in the Middle East, Ian is course tutor for the college teaching week focussed in Israel/Palestine. The ‘Luke in the Holy Land’ teaching week is an optional course which is offered to undergraduate students and Methodist guests.

He has special interests in culture, social justice, Christian leadership and ministry, spirituality and discipleship, arts and community.

As another part of his life, and supported by Cliff College, Ian is the Executive Director of Micah68, (www.micah6-8.org.uk) a Christian organisation offering support to the people of the Middle East. This ministry focuses on advocacy, friendship and practical support for a variety of projects across the region.

Ian is a Methodist Local Preacher, worships at a local Methodist Church in Sheffield, and chairs the 35 Chapel Walk arts centre management group.

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