Welcome to the College of Transfiguration, NPC - a provincial centre for the training of Anglican clergy.


Friday, 02 June 2017 - College campaign against the abuse of women and children. Why in over 20 years into democracy, violence against women and children, is still a big problem? What is going on? Why so many men abuse physically, emotionally, verbally those whom they claim to love?  READ MORE

Tuesday, 28 February 2017 - Speech by Archbishop Emeritus Njongonkulu Ndungane at the Graduation Ceremony and commencement celebration of the 25th Anniversary (2018) of the College of Transfiguration. I believe that residential training makes for a solid foundation for priests to go out and tell the Good News to all of God’s people.  READ MORE

Tuesday, 01 November 2016 - An appeal [to the leavers] from Father Frank England from a sermon on the Great Festival of All Saints: “Become Anglican saints, and demonstrate by the acuity and high quality of your thought,  how to live in humility, seeking always and only to know the God whom you love, and whose love will draw you ever onward to know.”

Tuesday, 28 February 2017 - "Xenophobia is a monstrous creation of our own that masks our own vulnerabilities as a people. It is lurking in the shadows, and finds its prime time at the hearts and hands of many Africans. Let us do away with this creation, and find a way back to each other, where South Africa will once again be a place to be enjoyed by all those who live in it." by Seipati Mohutsiwa

Wednesday, 8 July 2015 - Tablets Donated to College of the Transfiguration Students handed to students and academic staff by Mrs Lungi Makgoba (centre). The Anglican Church of Southern Africa’s e-reader project has donated tablet computers to the Province's residential seminary, the College of Transfiguration. This followed meetings with the Rector of the college, the Revd Canon Dr Vicentia Kgabe, on incorporating and exploring new methods of teaching and learning through technology. The tablets will remain the property of the college and the project will be evaluated in October, shortly before the students commence their final exams.

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Proud moment this morning as two of our students Seipati Mohutsiwa and Simon Keobakile Sejeso depart for the U.K. They will be attending the Seminarians and newly ordained conference at Canterbury Cathedral.

Congratulations to our current community members who recently graduated from other institutions. Ms Seipati Mohutsiwa - BTh from UNISA, Mr Sibonelo Ngwenya - DipTh from TEEC & Revd Melany Adonis - MTh Practical Theology from Stellenbosch. And The Revd Dr Frank England will be graduating later this month with BA (Hons) in Art History from UNISA.