St Phillips Bible College

Project Overview

St Philip's is an Anglican Theological college, with an ‘Evangelical' emphasis, situated in Kongwa, Tanzania. It has a capacity for approximately 100 fulltime students although there are currently about 54 on the register. These are mainly sent and paid for by the various dioceses within Tanzania, with students studying certificate, diploma and degree programmes.

Project Facts
Location Kongwa, Tanzania
Project Theme Indigenous Training College
Principal Reverend John Madinda
Number of Staff 14
Number of Students 54
Number of Women 40%
Number of Men 60%
Age Range 18 to 50
Facilities Lecture theatres, dining hall, library, chapel, IT room, intenet access, mains water, mains electricity.
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The college principle, John Madinda, is pioneering the introduction of a Diploma programme in Mission and Development at St Phillips, a two year programme based on OCMS material. The college has the capacity to host such a programme and sufficient faculty to teach the theology element of the course. It is proposed that for the development elements, external lecturers would be employed.

Hand in Hand are working in partnership with St Philip's to find ways in which to fund the starting of this important course.

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