Many pray and give financially. We also have a number of local volunteers who offer their services to the college.
Click on the links below to find out how you can be involved:
They come from different cultures, backgrounds and experiences. But they all come because they are passionate about Jesus Christ. They are kingdom builders and kingdom declarers.
But without prayer Redcliffe's ministry will not flourish. Throughout the years we have seen many amazing answers to prayer. You too can stand with us through prayer and be a part of the work of Redcliffe in training people for God's mission in the world.
We send regular prayer updates by email - you can subscribe to these via the 'sign up for our newsletter' form.
Thank you for praying!
If you have a morning or more to spare during the week, there may be a role for you at Redcliffe!
From gardening to the library and helping in reception, volunteers from the local community play an important part in helping the college run smoothly.
You can read more about some of our local volunteers via the links below. If you live locally, and would like to know more about giving a few hours of your week to Redcliffe, please contact Mark Trigg.
Bob Westall, Gardener
Do you speak a language from Africa, Asia, or any other
non-Indo-European language, such as Finnish or Hungarian?
You won’t have to plan anything or teach anything; but you can help us just by speaking in your mother tongue, for our students to listen and analyse.
On two of our courses, we run what we call Language Projects. These take place in August and November. During these projects, students work with a native speaker of a language completely unknown to them. This is where you come in.
You will be a Language Speaker volunteer, and the students will work with you as their learning resource.
You will work alongside a trained facilitator with a group of up to eight students. Each student will want to learn similar things. They will do this by asking you questions, listening to you and then copying you.
It is important to emphasise that you will not be acting as their teacher, and there is no need for you to prepare for classes. Just come to the classes ready to speak your own language naturally and conversationally.
For more information, please download the information pack, or contact the CLTL Administrator, Ruth Bull.
At Redcliffe, we have courses running all year round, with students and some tutors coming to the College for anything from a few days, to just under six months. Our students no longer need to think about relocating their families, or moving home (often to a new country) to be trained for mission and ministry. However, finding suitable accommodation in Gloucester for such short periods of time can be a real challenge.
We are very keen to partner with those who live locally, and are in a position to provide short-term, ad hoc accommodation for members of the Redcliffe Community.
Accommodating a member of the Redcliffe Community can be very rewarding. You will not only have the opportunity to build a relationship with someone who may be working in a far flung part of the world, but will be able to build relationships with other Redcliffe hosts around the county.
To find out more, contact Marge Ingram for an informal, no-commitment chat.
In 1892 no college trained visionary single women for mission – so Redcliffe began to meet a need that others were not.
Today our vision is the same: to train, empower and equip people to fully engage in God's mission in the world.
However, this comes at a cost. Many of our students make significant sacrifices to study at Redcliffe, and we are reluctant to pass on the full cost of training to them.
The generosity of individuals and some trusts helps us to meet these needs. If you would like to join them in supporting Redcliffe to equip men, women and families for 'mission across the street to mission around the world', please donate online using the link below:
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