The gifts He gave were that some would be apostles, pastors,
and teachers, to equip the saints for the work of ministry;
for building up the body of Christ. - Ephesians 4:11-12
In the centre of the entrance road into the campus stands our chapel, a visible reminder that our mission is to educate and to foster the spiritual formation of leaders for the church in Africa. The central location of our chapel stands as a symbol that the work of Msalato Theological College is grounded in a community that prays and worships together as it seeks to fulfill the reconciling mission of the church.
We believe that all Christians are given authority by virtue of their baptism to be ministers of the church. The main aim of our college is to enable men and women, called either to the ministry of the laity or to the ministry of the ordained, to be well-equipped servant leaders who will represent Christ and His church and bear effective witness to him in their chosen vocations wherever they may be.
The chapel at the centre of our campus reminds us that as we live, study, work, and play together we seek not only an education but to live out our faith. We seek in this place to not only learn more about Christ, but also to be transformed into more of His likeness.
The Rev. Canon Moses Matonya