Thursday, 30 July, 2015

UTC Alumni Refresher Programme 2015

The United Theological College
The Alumni Refresher Programme 2015

The Alumni Refresher Programme for this year will be held from 27-29 October, 2015, and the theme for this year is ‘Being Together: Fulfilling the Great Commission in Context.’
Accommodation and food will be arranged from 26th October evening until 29th October afternoon. Those who wish to participate in this programme are requested to return the Registration Form that would reach you by post; or contact the convener by email or mobile.

Santhosh S Kumar
Convener, Alumni Refresher Programme
Email:, Mobile: (0)9901891337

Tuesday, 28 July, 2015

Quiet Day in UTC

The first Quiet Day of the academic year 2015-16 of the United Theological College will be held today and tomorrow in the Ziegenbalg chapel of the UTC. Monsignor Fr. Dr. S. Jayanathan, the director of the Archdiocesan Communication Centre of the Catholic Church, Bangalore Archdiocese will be the Quiet Day leader. The Quiet Day sessions start today evening at 8 P.M. and continue tomorrow at 8:30 A.M., 11 A.M. and 3 P.M.

Monsignor Fr. Jayanathan is the Vicar General of the diocese and has held various positions in different churches and institutions of the Catholic Church in Bangalore. He is a well known preacher and retreat leader.

Monday, 13 July, 2015

Diploma in Ecojustice Ministries Programme

Applications are invited for admission to the Diploma in Ecojustice Ministries Programme at the United Theological College. It is a global online study programme particularly meant for pastors, laity, students, professionals and those interested in conversations on ecological concerns.

Interested persons may express their interest through email to: 

Monday, 6 July, 2015

Visit to First Assemly Of God Church

The first year BD students of United Theological College, Bangalore had a spiritual encounter and openness to the inter denominational diversities as they paid their visit to First Assembly of God Church, Bangalore on 5th July 2015 under the aegis of Sr. Dr. Mary Shruti Joseph, SND. The group had reached the church well in advance and was welcomed as well as challenged by the intercessory prayer just before the service. Most of the students of the group were brought up in traditional churches and the visit was a perfect first door opened to the inter denominational diversities of Christian Faith and Worship. The worship was started with an opening prayer followed by a different presentation of praise and worship, welcome note and prayer of confession which was then followed by the breaking of the bread and came to a conclusion with the word of God. The students of the group were fascinated, moved and provoked by all the proceedings of the church. In a nutshell the visit has instilled and stirred up the importance of their (students) own traditions with accordance with an outlook to a wider community of faith.

Bijin John Varghese (BD I)