This institution was founded in 1901 by Reverend J.O. McClurkan as the Literary and Bible Training School for Christian Workers. Its name means Ã‚“a binding together in love,Ã‚” inspired by Trevecka, a school in Wales built around the Ã‚“bringing togetherÃ‚” of John Calvin'Ã‚’s and John WesleyÃ‚’'s followers. It became an official college of the Church of the Nazarene, a denomination in the Wesleyan theological tradition, in 1917.
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