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The Pacific Theological College has signed a Memorandum of Understanding to explore partnerships and conversations in potentially setting up a campus in New Caledonia. The MOU provides a platform for discussions between PTC, the Government of New Caledonia, its Congress and member church, the Èglise Protetante de Kanaky Nouvelle-Calédonie (EPKNC). The MOU also covers forming...
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“Self-determination is at the centre of democracy and nation-building. In the Pasifika household, many are struggling with political, educational, economic, and cultural self-determination. The journey of the Pasifika household is incomplete when many are suffering and left behind. The role of the Pasifika churches since the 1960s was to assist in liberating the Pasifika household...
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The college Principal is delivering a lecture, hosted by Nitro-Oceania, on the importance of changing the story of Education in the Pasifika region, from a decolonial ‘whole of life’ communities-based perspective. Please register here to attend: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/…/pasifika-whole-of-life….
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PTC calls on all churches, all Christians, all Pacific Islanders to stand together to protect the ocean. “We don’t have the ocean, we are ocean. We don’t have the land, we are land. Watery to our very core. Earthy to our very being. The Moana is symbolic of the Spirit. Dynamic. Connected. Alive. Yet Groaning....
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WE ARE the OCEAN! The Pacific Theological College marched with Fiji celebrating World Ocean Day yesterday. Led by the Principal Reverend Professor Upolu Vaai, the PTC community, from faculty, and staff to the tiniest of them all – our preschoolers from Etina Havea Kindergarten marched to celebrate our ocean. The march started at Suva city’s...
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The Earth Justice Advocacy Committee (EJAC) of the Pacific Theological College has initiated a number of activities for this year to advocate and practice earth justice with an underpinning philosophy of “whole of life”. Affirming earth justice as a significant and integral part of our “whole of life” spirituality, the Committee has initiated a “Wellness...
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The Young Academics – a group of 24 vibrant, bright, young Fijians – launched their learning canoe this morning. A learning journey that will take them from ignorance to critical thinkers of developments that unfold within their villages, communities, and at the national level. The training they receive, through the ‘Youth Changing the Story of Development...
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About 50 years ago, a young Australian man, started his Bachelor of Divinity Degree with the Pacific Theological College. In fact, the year was 1973 and the man was Reverend William Bills Edwards. His wife, only known to us as Mrs Edwards, who studied nursing in Fiji while her husband pursued his degree, joined her...
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Standing in solidarity with Tonga! In our prayers, hearts and action.
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