Westfield House, Cambridge
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Sponsored by Concordia University School of Theology, Westfield House is a theological college of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of England (ELCE).
Built more than a century before its inauguration as a house of theological studies in 1962, Westfield House is situated opposite of New Hall and Fitzwilliam College on Huntingdon Road, about half a mile from the city center.
The primary purpose of Westfield House is to equip students with the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary for ministry and the proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. As a center of theological studies, it also seeks to serve the Lutheran Church, both in this country and overseas, by the promotion of Christian learning at all levels. It provides theological education within the framework of a confessional Lutheran perspective, and offers resources that further an understanding of that perspective.