Leave a Legacy

Your good work doesn’t have to stop when you do.

For over 75 years, London School of Theology has provided people from all over the world with a ground-breaking, life-changing preparation for Christian life and ministry. Many higher education providers view education as their product, and students as their customers. We do not. For us, the whole world is our ‘customer’. Our graduates work in ministry in so many forms, transforming lives and bringing hope: many are ministers or pastors; some are teachers or scholars; others are youth workers, artists, charity founders and workers, carers, police officers and even jazz musicians. We recognise that ministry is everywhere – not just in the place of worship.

With the generous support of so many people, we have been able to pioneer exciting new programmes and ways of learning. We want to expand our reach in order that we can prepare Christians to express the message and love of Jesus in the 21st Century.

Leaving a legacy to London School of Theology will help us as we train and equip thousands more Christians for life and ministry. In the last year, 35% of all the donations we received were through legacies. A gift in your will can help support LST as a whole, a specific area of our teaching, or perhaps a particular aspect of LST life.

If you are considering leaving a gift to LST in your will, our Legacies Team would be delighted to talk to you. We cannot offer legal or financial advice, but we are happy to answer your questions about legacies in general.

Every gift in every Will, however large or small, makes a difference that can last another lifetime.

London School of Theology has been the beneficiary of many such gifts over the decades. These have made a significant difference to the forward movement of God’s work at the School.

If you would like to explore different ways in which you might support London School of Theology through a Legacy, please contact our Fundraising Manager.

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Adam Freeth-Wright
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Do take professional legal advice when drawing up your will, or adding a Codicil, to ensure that it is legally sound. Your solicitor would need some basic details about the College, which our team can easily provide for you. All discussions will be in strictest confidence.

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