British Pentecostal Holiness College

The following is an exerpt from an upcoming biography of Noel Brooks and is used by permission of the author, Marilyn A. Hudson:
While serving as both a conference superintendent and pastor of the Pentecostal Holiness Church in Bristol, Brooks was involved with the establishment of a Bible College. In early 1960, the British Bible College was located in the city of Bristol.[1] A ‘prospectus’ for the college located the school at 24 Sydenham Road, Cotham, Bristol.  The board of education consisted of Noel Brooks, William Sherrard, R.J. Shackford, Charles Hopla, and Howard Wallis.  The faculty was Noel Brooks, Lawrence J. Harding, and Ian Davis.  Nora Brooks and Iris Harding rounded out the personnel as matron and secretary respectively.[2] 

[1] Many titles from their library collection now reside in the Noel Brooks Collection in the SCU Library, Bethany, Oklahoma.
[2] “The Bristol Bible College of the Pentecostal Holiness Church – prospectus.”  Brochure with images; Noel Brooks Collection, Southwestern Christian University archives.


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