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Nordic Theological Means

NTM

Grant Application
You may apply for a grant from the Nordic Theological Funds by handing in an application to the Nordic & Baltic Episcopal Office twice a year. Deadlines for applications are February 1st for the Spring meeting and September 1st for the Autumn meeting. The application must be in writing and include a detailed description, name of applicants, budget, timetable and other important information. All applications must contain a recommendation from the Cabinet of the Annual Conference in Norway, Finland or Denmark. 
 

Purposes of the Grants: 

  • Courses and lectures in Wesleyan Theology at theological seminaries for theological students from the Nordic Annual Conferences
  • Courses and lectures in Wesleyan Theology for continued theological education of pastors and deacons from the Nordic Annual Conferences.
  • Theological education of missionaries approved by a Nordic Annual Conference
  • Support for participation in continued theological education for pastors and deacons in the Nordic Annual Conferences


Who may apply?

  • Boards of ordained ministry in Norway, Denmark and Finland
  • Cabinets in Norway, Denmark and Finland
  • Theological seminaries in Norway, Denmark and Finland
  • The Bishop of the Nordic and Baltic Episcopal Area


Historical Background

The capital consists of three funds: 

  • A donation from Hans Kristian Madsen in 1956, granted for honorariums for lectures at the Theological Seminarium at Överås in Sweden.
  • A testamentary gift from Lydia and Alexis Wahlström in 1957 granted for theological education of missionaries. 
  • Bishop Odd Hagen’s Fund which was collected during the celebration of Bishop Odd Hagen’s 60th birthday in 1966 for theological education.
     
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ABOUT US

mapThe Nordic and Baltic episcopal area covers 7 countries Denmark,Sweden, Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. We speak 9 official languages and use English as a common language.

Bishop Christian Alsted gives oversight to pastors, deacons, local churches, schools, hospitals, seminaries and diaconal institutions in the area.

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