Residential Training: Current Student Perspectives

Jane, Jenny, and Sam, who are currently studying at Westcott House, consider their experiences of training residentially, from their initial sacrifices and nerves to discovered joys and community living. Training residentially means that your formation carries on outside of classes One of the most significant things about residential training is its wholeheartedness. I gave up … Continue reading Residential Training: Current Student Perspectives

Stations of the cross

This Holy Week, the Westcott House Community has put together a series of meditations on the Stations of the Cross to help us share in the journey of Jesus and all that it means for us. Thank you to Ordinands past and present, staff and partners for their contributions. https://videopress.com/v/wFApxyIU?posterUrl=https%3A%2F%2Fwestcottfoundation.files.wordpress.com%2F2020%2F04%2Fa_intro-image.jpg&preloadContent=metadata

MPhil Pathway Reflection

Dissertation: ‘Reservation of the Blessed Sacrament and Anglican Identity, c.1860-1960’. Supervisor: Jeremy Morris In the autumn of 1931, Mahatma Gandhi visited Cambridge. He was there to work with scholars exploring ideas about the future potential for India’s independence. Part of his trip included meeting Westcott ordinands. The Cambridge Daily News reported, ‘Very early on Sunday … Continue reading MPhil Pathway Reflection