Source: The Constitution of the Pacific Theological College, 2017
The Pacific Churches have a strong ecumenically and theologically educated leadership empowered to meet the challenges facing the Pacific peoples with the insights specific to the peoples of the Pacific, and working together in mission and ecumenical cooperation.
The Mission of the College is to provide for the Churches of the Pacific region integrated tertiary education for leaders and laity that is academic, missiological, socially contextual, and that respects and celebrates the ecumenical and cultural diversity, and that is informed by Pacific insights and understandings in an ever-changing environment.
The doctrinal basis on which the Churches co-operate in this College is the faith of the Church catholic as it is expressed in the Bible and the Apostles’ and Nicene Creeds. We believe that the Holy Spirit continues to interpret this faith in the life and witness of the participating Churches.
The purpose and objectives of the College are as follows: