Hillsong College USA is planning to relocate to Orange County, California for the start of our 2022 fall semester. You can find all the current details and read our FAQs HERE.
Courses are now available on campus in Phoenix, Arizona. Our vocational education provides a hands-on learning experience, combining a thriving classroom environment while giving you the opportunity to practically outwork what you’re learning. Our goal is to equip you with biblical foundations, practical ministry training and leadership development while being planted in Hillsong Church and a vibrant student community. Check out what you can study below!
Study for one, two, or three years at Hillsong College USA and focus your study by choosing our Pastoral Leadership or Worship Music stream.
Earn your Certificate IV in Ministry, Diploma of Ministry, or Advanced Diploma of Ministry and gain practical ministry experience at Hillsong College USA.
No matter who you are, you were born for adventure. Regardless of the mundane, day-to-day existence you may be living, an adventurous life is not only possible, but something that God wants to give you. So, how do we get there? How can we live in the tension between Godly contentment and an equally-Godly desire for more? The truth is, the adventure begins when we go off script and give God control of our lives. In this signature keynote,
Why do men struggle to have potent spiritual lives? Maybe it’s because no one is talking directly to them. Pastor and best-selling author Brian Tome had read a lot of good devotionals, but none had a masculine voice, speaking to the nitty gritty things men are actually wrestling with. So he took inventory of the things that came up again and again in his conversations with other guys, and put pen to paper.
Kofi Twumasi challenges men who find themselves at a pressure point—relationally, occupationally, emotionally, or spiritually—to rise to the level of manhood God intended, one defined by strength, purpose, and a code of honor.
We live in a world where “aggressive” is one of the few dirty words left. Our culture celebrates the crass and profane, while risk and difficulty are a sign that something is wrong. Kofi twumasi believes that passivity is killing us and there is a better way—by embracing the power of healthy aggression.