The College of Transfiguration seeks to become a premier residential centre of theological education and for the training of Anglican clergy in Africa, with a worldwide reputation for academic excellence.
Empowering staff and students to become co-creators and facilitators of communities of faith and for the healing of the world, contributors to social change and social cohesion, and enablers of a truly transforming humanity;
Preparing men and women for the church’s ministry, seeking to discern God’s will, empowered by the Holy Spirit, to transform lives and the structures of society according to God’s holy will;
Advancing a method of theological reﬂection that is interdisciplinary, contextual and critical, anchored in the Anglican tradition and ethos, catholic in spirituality, evangelical in teaching and praxis, and ecumenical in outlook, for the renewal of the church;
Proudly taking its position at the heart of the life and mission of the church, more speciﬁcally, the Anglican Church of Southern Africa (ACSA), so as to proclaim the gospel of Christ to the world
Growing a discipleship of quality priestly ministry, from an African worldview and context, that is critical and creative, informed and transforming, and thus contributes to a moral leadership for church and society.