The College of the Transfiguration is registered as a Non Profit Company (NPC) in terms of the Companies Act 2008, Registration No. 2006/000074/08. Provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training until 31 December 2016 as a private higher education institute under the Higher Education Act 1997, Registration Certificate No. 2013/HE08/002.

The College aspires to become the premier residential centre for theological education and for the training of Anglican clergy in Africa, with a worldwide reputation for academic excellence.

ETHOS

The College of Transfiguration is an Anglican institution, as such its life and rhythm are informed by Anglican ethos. In terms of worship this involves daily prayer (morning or evening) and a Eucharistic service. The Anglican ethos extends beyond chapel as it embraces all of the College’s life attempting to uphold the richness and diversity of the wider church community. The ethos of the College supports the forming of ministers who are open to new ideas and comfortable living with differences of opinion and practice.

OUR COLLEGE PRAYER

Christ out teacher, you alone are the way, the truth and the life:
Lead the College of the Transfiguration in its work and witness,
Building trust and understanding, that,
In sharing or life together, in learning together,
And in growing in the mind of Christ,
We and all your people may grow in faith,
And your whole Church built up in love;
In the power of the Holy Spirit
And to the glory of the creator.

RECTORS OF THE COLLEGE OF THE TRANSFIGURATION

• 1993 – 1999: Revd Canon Luke Pato
• 2000 – 2006: Canon Livingstone Ngewu
• 2007 – 2008: Revd Canon Janet Trisk (acting)
• 2008 – 2010: Canon Bill Domeris
• 2011 – 2014: Prof. Barney Pityana GCOB
• 2015 – Revd Dr Vicentia Kgabe (Current)
VISION AND MISSION
THE RECTOR
COLLEGE COUNCIL
STAFF
STUDENTS COMMITTEE
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
HISTORY
 
 
 
 
 
     
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