Calvary College of Theology was founded with one
prime objective in view, to prepare men and women for the high calling of
Christ in Christian service. Its primary purpose is to train ministers
for the ministry, and to prepare people who desire a Christian education for
various kinds of Christian work and for successful living. This purpose
is summarized in the CCT mission statement. As a guide to assist in
achieving its purpose, CCT has established the following objectives:
1. To preserve the
doctrines of the church, along with Bible standards of holy living, and to
train God-called people to communicate these fundamental truths to others.
2. To encourage
scholarship, learning and research with objective neutrality based on Christian
3. To provide
enabling environment resources and facility for learning and research.
4. To keep the
Bible at the center of our curriculum. It will be the central textbook of
the school. Other related subjects designed to develop skills necessary
successful Christian service will be taught clearly and effectively.
5. To offer course
that will particularly fill the needs of the community through involvement in
religious economic and cultural activities.
6. To attain the
highest standard in its endeavours.
7. To keep our vision
world-wide and to fulfill the great command of Jesus to “Occupy till I come”.