DTC Trust UK promotes the Christian Faith in Zimbabwe. We raise funds for the provision of theological training for ordained ministers and other persons in Zimbabwe.
Domboshawa Theological College (DTC), was established in 1991 through the vision of Pastors Phineas Dube and Alan Spence. Its purpose was to meet the demand for a uniquely Zimbabwean style of theological education at the university level. The college also provides practical ministry training.
DTC Trust UKTo support this vision, The UK Trust was established to sustain the work of the College by raising funds. Also, we share resources, promote intercession and support staff in Harare. Above all, we provide accountability to our donors. Occasionally, some trustees visit and teach at the college. The Trustees are passionate about theological education in Zimbabwe.
“Our Vision is to become a centre of excellence in internationally recognised theological education and Christian leadership training.”
The church in Zimbabwe needs its leaders to be biblically informed and theologically equipped, to be able to respond to the challenges that the country is facing. DTC provides the training that present, and future Christian leaders desperately need if the church is to take its rightful place in rebuilding Zimbabwe. Some of its students go into full-time Christian ministry, others become teachers, and others enter different walks of life where Christian leadership is vital.
The College is truly an indigenous institution, created by Zimbabweans for leaders in the church in Zimbabwe and beyond.
Domboshawa Theological College is a non-denominational, evangelical Christian college based in Harare, Zimbabwe. It was established in 1991 to meet the demand for a uniquely Zimbabwean style of theology education at the university level. We provide practical ministry training.
Our Vision is to become a centre of excellence in internationally recognised theological education and Christian leadership training.