- BerkshireLearn. Grow. Lead.Preparing Christian Leaders Since 1897.
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Oxford, MA 01540
Berkshire offers numerous opportunities to develop Christian leadership abilities, whether you are a pastor, church leader, layperson, BCC alumni, or simply want to pursue educational enrichment in a Christian setting. Course offerings through our distance education program provide learning opportunities that fit within your schedule and commitments. We are committed to supporting students pursue their educational, ministerial, and personal goals as they seek to build their knowledge and skills as Christian leaders. We offer courses through eBerkshire (online courses) as well as through Local Learning Centers.Click here to learn more
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You may take selected courses from your own home, or wherever you have access to the internet. eBerkshire courses address issues faced by pastors and lay leaders in the church and facilitate examination of the Bible in ways that will increase effectiveness and enrich the student’s life.
Two certificate programs are offered by Berkshire for Pastors and Church Leaders to expand service to Christ and His Church. There are certificate programs in Leadership Development and in Pastoral Studies.View Certificate Programs
Berkshire and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary have formed an extensive partnership that includes an Academic Chair, Advent Christian course offerings, scholarship funding, and access to the rare Adventual Collection of Americana. As a student in our program, you have access to all graduate and post-graduate degrees offered by this world-class seminary.Click here to learn more
Classroom education is offered at various churches and has the advantage of in-person discussion and interaction. Course offerings can be arranged at a location where a group of students (10 or more) register for the course. Berkshire provides a qualified instructor to guide the learning sessions. In some cases, several churches cooperate together to offer a LLC course. Additionally, “hybrid” offerings may be a part of the local learning centers, where some of the course work is done online.