TRAINING VOICES TO EFFECTIVELY COMMUNICATE THE WORD OF GOD

NURTURING HEARTS DEVOTED TO CHRISTIAN MINISTRY AND SERVICE

SHAPING MINDS VIA A CLASSICAL THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION

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GWC is an accredited theological college based in Cape Town, South Africa.
GWC equips Christian men and women for ministry in Africa and the rest of the world.

We offer engaging programmes in Theology, the core subjects being Doctrine, Biblical Languages, Church History and the much neglected discipline of Biblical Theology.

One of the distinctive features of GWC is the advantage of living in a diverse community of some fifteen African nationalities.

UnderGraduate Programmes

HIGHER CERTIFICATE
IN THEOLOGY

BACHELOR OF
THEOLOGY

PostGraduate Programmes

BACHELOR OF
THEOLOGY HONOURS

MASTER OF
THEOLOGY DEGREE

Evangelical Research Fellowship

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The Future Might Be Online, But Ours Is Still Firmly Residential

The Future Might Be Online, But Ours Is Still Firmly Residential

We would all like to know what the future holds. Well, maybe not too far into the future. Just the next five or six years would be enough. This would help with all our planning, especially for ministry—not to mention business. Just knowing what the next year holds would actually be pretty amazing, given that the world has recently veered from one global crisis to the next. As the prime minister of Canada in 2014, Stephen Harper spoke to the press about Vladimir Putin mounting a “slow-motion” invasion of Ukraine. That was eight years ago. We shake our heads…

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Hold Your Plans Loosely: Surprising Reflections From Theological College

Hold Your Plans Loosely: Surprising Reflections From Theological College

I was born and raised in the Eastern Cape. In 2008 I moved to Gauteng to study at the University of Johannesburg. That’s where I came to faith through the ministry of Campus Outreach. After my Honours in Financial Management, I moved to Cape Town to work in the finance department of an oil company. After working there for five years, I started my undergraduate degree at GWC. When you first started your undergraduate at GWC, what were your reasons? I had come to college for the Higher Certificate, which was meant to be just one year. I’d initially come because I wanted…

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Buildings: Creating Spaces That Are Both Accessible And Sustainable

Buildings: Creating Spaces That Are Both Accessible And Sustainable

GWC’s various buildings in Muizenberg are the spaces where our students live and learn together. They’re indispensable to the residential theological community. But they’re also not cheap, and things tend to break down over time. So I want to tell you about two building-related projects that are presently underway: the Hope solar panel system and the Morris House elevator. Firstly, Hope’s solar panels: This student residence consists of four floors, each approximately 400m2. The ground floor has parking facilities for 15 vehicles, a reception, and a student lounge…

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