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LAGOS ANGLICAN SEMINARY, LAGOS, an affiliate of Ajayi Crowther University, Oyo, is a Lagos Ecclestestical Province Seminary. Our focus is to prepare university graduate or equivalent for qualitative ministerial training for ordained ministry in the Anglican Church. The College run several programme for both Clergy and Laity for the ministry of the Church. By extension we prapare men and women for Sunday School work, Youth work, Hospital and Prison MinistryTHE COLLEGE PRAYER
At LAGOS ANGLICAN SEMINARY, LAGOS, we stand on strong Biblical and ethical principles to raise firebrand clergy through qualitative Theological education.
To provide continuing education for the clergy and laity for the ministry of the Church; in affiliation with recognized University.
To offer theological education by extension (TEE) towards Ordination, Youth work, Sunday School work, Hospital and prison Chaplaincy.
To offer specialised training in Youth work, Sunday School, Hospital and Prison Chaplaincy. etc. and management training.
We bring out from every clergyman maximum God-given potentials and talents for the benefit of the development of our churches.
To assist the visitors in organizing Seminars, Clergy Retreats and Priesthood Examination.
Laying of Solid foundation for the fulfilment of God-given destinies, in various professions and careers without recourse to shameful and ungodly acts and practices.
Lagos Anglican Seminary runs various independence and affiliated programmes in Christian Studies.
You can always trust us with your clergy and laity at LAGOS ANGLICAN SEMINARY, LAGOS because we are a delight to God and a blessing to humanity.
To provide quality theological education that can compete with other seminary.
To foster intellectual, social, physical and moral development in Clergy and laity.
To develop and build up godly characters in the Clergy thus empowering them for the ministry.
To make every clergy a self-reliant priest and a disciplined man of God.
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In its simplest form, Contemporaneity as a term entails the whole idea of making the ancient look modern and may be, acceptable or more acceptable through deliberate or inadvertent modifications to conform to the albeit undefined but perceived standard, trend, vogue or culture of modernity. The idea of contemporanizing, in the first instance, stems from an intrinsic value judgment or mere belief that places the modern or new view or practice on a higher pedestal than the ancient or former. This judgment, especially when it comes to matter of faithRead More
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