St. Paul’s Theological College Kapsabet was established by the Bible Churchmen’s Missionary Society (BCMS) in March 1963 with the aim of training assistant ministers in the Church. Back then, it was known as Kapsabet Church Training Center. In 1976, the name was changed to St. Paul’s School of Divinity to reflect the expansion of the curriculum. In 1993, it was elevated to be one of the five provincial colleges of the Anglican Church of Kenya, training ministers from all parts of Kenya and outside.
The college is currently ecumenical in nature, training Church workers from various Christian denominations including CCEA, AINC, AIC, and others.
Diploma in Theology
This is a three-year course leading to Limuru Diploma.
Subjects covered include:
Biblical Studies (OT & NT)
Biblical Langauges (Hebrew and Greek)
General Church History
African Church History
Pastoral Studies (Sociology and Psychology)
Pastoral Care and Counseling
Mission and Development and Evangelism
Christian Worship and Homiletics
African Christian Theology
Ethics Christian Education
ntroduction to Philosophy
St. Paul’s Theological College, Kapsabet
P.O. Box 18, Kapsabet, KENYA