This is carried out once a year. No student is exempted from the mission and all students are expected to be good ambassadors of the college. The programme is organized based on co-operation between the college, the Archdeaconry concerned and parishes within the Archdeaconry. It is field of learning and practical evangelistic work because the students take part in missionary activities which include Church planting and resuscitation, crusade, and Revival, counseling and community awareness programme under the close monitoring of members of staff.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVS OF THE COLLEGE
(i) To train university graduates or those of equivalent qualifications for a two-
year full time Diploma in Theology or a three-year part-time Diploma in
Theology in preparation for the ordained ministry in the Anglican Church.
(ii) To provide continuing education for the clergy and laity for the ministry of
the Church; in affiliation with recognized University.
(iii) To offer theological education by extension (TEE) towards Ordination,
Youth work, Sunday School work, Hospital and prison Chaplaincy, etc.
(iv) To offer specialised training in Youth work, Sunday School, Hospital and
Prison Chaplaincy. etc. and management training.
(v) To assist the visitors in organizing Seminars, Clergy Retreats and Priesthood
5. THE SEMINARY LIFE
(a) The seminary year runs from Aug. to July. The year is divided into two
Semesters, August to Dec. (Advent) and Jan. to July (Trinity)