Tuesday 18 June 2013

UTC Souvenir


 

The United Theological College is a 103 year old Christian institution. It trains future pastors, priests and leaders of the church in India. UTC is ecumenical and is represented by various dioceses and sections of the CSI, CNI, Methodist, Presbyterian, Baptist,  Lutheran, Marthoma, Syrian Orthodox churches in India and by the National Council of YMCA's of India, Danmission, Evangelical Lutheran Mission (ELM), Evangelical Mission in Solidarity (EMS), Trustees of the Jaffna College Funds and United Church of Christ and Disciples of Christ, USA.


A recent & urgent crisis

The Students’ Hostel building was recently found to be in danger of collapse and has been demolished. The Student Quarters is currently being rebuilt at the estimated cost of approx. 7 Crores. The first phase of the proposed building has been completed. However, the building of the second and third phase needs huge financial support.



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India’s rapid changes make the need for UTC’s distinctive role greater than ever.


1. UTC’s motto “Not to be served, but to serve” has challenged and encouraged generations of pastors

and leaders of the church who have passed through the portals of this esteemed institution. The mission and vision of UTC to proclaim the Gospel through word and deed has continued unflinchingly for over a

century.


2. Congregations across India are in need of trained pastors/priests who can work in rural and urban

congregations and minister to people based on the gospel of Jesus Christ. A highly competent ministry

is a more urgent priority than ever. (Enrolled at UTC in 2012: Master’s Courses - 60 students; Doctoral

Students - 25; For BD - 80-90 students).


3. UTC looks for increased inclusiveness of attitude and action, as ways of engaging with other communities are constantly worked out.

Therefore, the added facility would facilitate training more number of pastors and teachers to equip the Church in its mission in India and abroad.

For this the college has decided to bring out a souvenir for the building project. The souvenir will have scholarly articles from reputed faculty members of different theological colleges, church leaders and lay people both women and men. Advertisement tariffs for the souvenir are 

Back Cover : Rs 100,000 (One Lakh)
Back Inside (Front Flap) : Rs 75,000

Back Inside : Rs 60,000

Back Inside (Back Flap) : Rs 50,000

Front Inside (Front Flap) : Rs 75,000

Front Inside : Rs 60,000

Front Inside (Back Flap) : Rs 50,000

Full page (gloss) : Rs 40,000

Full page (colour) : Rs 25,000

Half page (colour) : Rs 15,000

Full page (B&W) : Rs 10,000

Half page (B&W) : Rs 6,000

Compliments from Alumni (Passport Photo): Rs 3,000

Compliments (General) : Rs 2,000


The UTC alumni is requested to help and support in the publishing of the souvenir. You can help by giving advertisements of churches or institutions you are working in or by making a personal contribution as an alumni. Friends of the college and those associated with the college in anyway can also take this opportunity of helping the college and making your institution known to a wide audience all over the world.

You can register your interest with us by writing to 

The Convener

Souvenir Committee

The United Theological College

63, Miller’s Road, Benson Town, Bangalore-560 046
E-mail: utcsouvenir@gmail.com

You can send your contributions to the college in this format
I/We herewith enclose Cheque/DD No __________________

Drawn in favour of The United Theological College, Bangalore.

Name of the Bank_________________________________

for Rs _______________ (In Words)__________________



The Souvenir would reach a wide demographic base including college students (18-25), graduate students (25-40), alumni (30-85) and partner churches and institutions in India and across the wider ecumenical world. In addition, partner institutions will also receive copies of the Souvenir. The opportunity to introduce your services to a vast audience is certainly appealing and we ask you to consider advertising with us.



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