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We're Temporarily Closed

In view of the current COVID-19 situation and the safety measures implemented in the United Kingdom and Swansea, we have updated all health and safety measures in place. Please refer to the advisory below for more information. Should you have further queries, kindly drop us a message.

Is the college open to the public? Due to the current situation, the college is temporarily closed for visitation till further notice.

Will the School of Ministry open up for the Spring Term?  Registration for the Spring 2021 Term is open. If you’re interested to attend the upcoming spring term, please send in your applications. For any questions, drop us a message.

What are the safety precautions in place for staff? In compliance to the guidelines stipulated by the UK government to ensure work place safety, these are the measures that we have put in place:

  • Staff who are able to work from home should work from home except for staff who are required to work on-site. 

  • Any staff member who is not feeling well and displays coronavirus symptoms must not report for work and immediately return home.

  • All staff are to keep to the 2-metre safe distancing while on-site.

  • All staff are to ensure high standards of personal hygiene, i.e. washing of hands frequently.

  • Hand sanitisers are provided to all staff on-site and are advised to frequently sanitise their hands.

  • All staff are required to wear a face mask during work hours (applicable only to staff who are from different households but work in the same office).

We would like to pay a visit to the BCW sometime next year, when should we plan for it?  The college will remain closed to visitors till further notice. We would like to advise all visitors to put a hold on planning a trip to the Bible College of Wales. Please stay tuned to our social media platforms and website for more information and the latest updates

At this time, how can I still be a part of the BCW?

You can support us by praying and giving towards the college here.

How does COVID-19 affect prayer at the BCW?

Though our weekly public prayer meetings are placed on hold at the moment, prayer and intercession continue to be at the centre of all we do. We've had different online prayer meetings initiated by staff and the BCW Alumni. We continue to lift our prayers to GOD for the nations and especially for the COVID-19 situation seeking His grace and mercy in this season. Pray with us, prayer resources are available here.

We are monitoring the situation closely and will review all health and safety measures along with developments. Additional measures may be put in place, where necessary, to safeguard the well-being of our staff.

We urge everyone to stay safe, keep your masks on (where necessary) and exercise social responsibility, wisdom and maintain a high level of personal hygiene. We thank you for your understanding and value your cooperation concerning this matter.

We pray for the peace of God to all, He is ever faithful to watch over us!

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