Salisbury Reformed Seminary Graduates First Students
Salisbury Reformed Seminary held its first graduation ceremony on 3 July. Kevin Armstrong and Alex Clarke are the first two to complete the three year course of study.
The seminary is located in Cardiff and started training men for ministry in 2018. The Revd Malcolm Watts, former Pastor of Emmanuel Church, Salisbury and current Principal of the school, presided at the ceremony.
Both graduates publicly thanked the school for the preparation for ministry they had acquired during their time studying. Each student was also presented with a certificate, a personal letter of commendation, and a copy of the Trinitarian Bible Society’s Westminster Reference Bible to mark the occasion.
The institution describes itself as conservative, evangelical, and reformed. It subscribes to the Second London Baptist Confession of 1689 and believes that the Authorised Version of the Bible is the most accurate and faithful translation in English.