TRAINING VOICES TO EFFECTIVELY COMMUNICATE THE WORD OF GOD

NURTURING HEARTS DEVOTED TO CHRISTIAN MINISTRY AND SERVICE

SHAPING MINDS VIA A CLASSICAL THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION

EXPLORE CORRESPONDENCE COURSE

Welcome

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

PostGraduate Programmes

Evangelical Research Fellowship

Library

Explore Correspondence Course

HIGHER CERTIFICATE IN THEOLOGY
(HCERT THEOL)

BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY HONOURS
(BTHHONS)

BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY
(BTH)

MASTER OF THEOLOGY DEGREE
(MTH)

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Christmas Message

Christmas Message

It’s almost Christmas! A very special time in the life of the Christian Church as we celebrate the birth of our Lord Jesus. A time when we are reminded that God sent his Son to save us. The Incarnation declares that the divine Jesus is truly human. Stop! Please think about that for a moment. Jesus is fully human! This truth gives us as humans a deep and solid sense of dignity. All humans, black and white, male and female, rich and poor are not only created in God’s image but we share this humanness with Jesus Himself. Wow! May God help us to treat each other with dignity, courtesy, respect and love.

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GWC and the future in a new digital era

GWC and the future in a new digital era

Winds of change have been blowing unabated since late March through our simulated hallways of learning. Seemingly thrown into a very difficult situation by the nation-wide lock-down, GWC faculty turned their attention to online teaching. In the space of a week, each faculty member was conducting his or her module using a digital platform. The student body, half of which had remained in residence, faithfully took up the challenge of attending classes, conducting various exercises and tutorials and even writing open book exams in this new way.

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