We’re planning a number of celebratory events and want YOU to be part of them. But to get the communication going we need your current contact details and so forth.Please get in touch with the Seminary, either as PM, or via email, phone, and all the usual channels.Please forward this call to all Alumni you… Continue reading Call to ALL Alumni
THE Board of ESSA is delighted to announce the appointment of Johannes Klapprodt as Academic Director of ESSA. Friends and supporters of ESSA will have heard frequently from Johannes over the past few years about developments at the seminary, and items for prayer and praise, but you may perhaps not know much about him and… Continue reading ESSA HAS A NEW ACADEMIC DIRECTOR!
TO FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS OF ESSA It is with joy and gratitude to God that the Board and Staff of the Evangelical Seminary of Southern Africa welcome Melt van der Spuy who arrived from Cape Town on 1st February 2016 to take up the position of principal of ESSA. Melt is married to Anida (his… Continue reading ESSA welcomes our new Principal: Melt van der Spuy
Dear Friends of the Seminary I greet you in the name of our wonderful Lord, Saviour and Provider, Jesus Christ. I am approaching you today with an urgent appeal for funding not for the Seminary but for our students.As you are probably aware we will begin the next block of courses this Monday, 24th of… Continue reading Appeal for Student Support
It’s once again time for a book sale at the Evangelical Seminary of Southern Africa. 15th November from 9am to 1pm at 189 Pine Street, Pietermaritzburg.The Phil and Carmena Capp Library, named after the founding Principal of ESSA, has been a part of the Seminary since 1980 when it was founded. Some of the books… Continue reading Book Sale: 15th November 2014
The fact that ESSA is NOT YET accredited cannot be stressed too strongly. We have submitted all required documents and are awaiting the outcome of the processes as handled by DoHET and CHE as well as SAQA.In legal terms: we are not advertising a programme but are sharing the detailed plans of the BTh as… Continue reading BTh details
Block Release for students The Evangelical Seminary of Southern Africa will offer its programmes in a Block Release mode as of 2015. See what sort of advantages this mode of delivery has to offer to students.ESSA is developing a series of brief video clips to promote and explain the new mode of delivery and other… Continue reading Latest video online: Block Release for students
Did you know that ESSA doesn’t only have an all-new website, AND a Facebook page but also its own Youtube channel? In order to explain some aspects of the new model ESSA will be implementing we have shot a number of video clips which will be posted and shared on that Youtube channel, and on… Continue reading Newest Video on Youtube
The Evangelical Seminary of Southern Africa has been suffering under an extremely outdated and “moody” IT-system. The server has been struck by lightning at least twice and is mainly held together with sticky tape, Bostik and prayer. ESSA has set up a secondary server for web traffic and mail as well as some other minor… Continue reading IT system needs replacement!
Dear friends As you have noticed (otherwise you wouldn’t be reading this) the ESSA website has been revamped and is enjoying its entirely new look. This overhaul was long overdue and became necessary due to outdated software. The older website had been designed and programmed with Joomla 1.5.6 and did serve its purpose. Unfortunately development… Continue reading New Website is online!