To help our African partner college to accelerate the goal of reaching self-sustainability, Haddington House in Canada is immediately receiving donations at year-end (2017) and into January (2018). These designated donations will help accelerate projects at its partner college, Dumisani Theological Institute in the Eastern Cape with renovations and building needs to accommodate visiting lecturers etc which are necessary to facilitate the transition plan for the college towards sustainability.
This was to have been a longer transition but in the providence of the Lord this is now been accelerated.
J.C. Whytock, Director
Update Dec. 22: The Donate button is working again. The need is still urgent, and the opportunity great. To support the Dumisani Acceleration Fund, click Donate at the top right. Thank you for your help.
Click here for the Fall 2017 NewsletterDear Friends,
It has been a very encouraging few months since we sent out our last newsletter. During this time we have seen many specific answers to prayer and the theme of partnerships has grown even stronger as we have been privileged to work with many Christians in various parts of the world in the area of theological education and training. If you know of others who may be interested in learning about the work of the Trust, please pass along this brief newsletter. Also, we always enjoy hearing from you, especially concerning new opportunities for partnerships at home and abroad.
Yours in Gospel Partnership,
Jack Whytock, Director
Fall 2017 contents include:
- The Summer Reformation 500 Lecture Series, Charlottetown
- The 2017 H.H. Journal – a Themed Journal on the Reformation
- Africa Partner Updates
- Haddington House Trust partners with The Gospel Coalition
- Writing Projects
- Current Projects and Needs
Click here for the Fall 2017 Newsletter
Dr. Whytock has been doing special lectures and workshops this year in various locations. Saturday Feb 25th he was in Mthatha doing one there. The workshop addresses three aspects of remembering the Reformation today in the life of the Church.
All students, staff, family, and friends are invited to the 2017 Graduation and Awards Exercises for Dumisani Theological Institute, King William’s Town
March 4th 10:00am Dumisani 2017 Graduation and Awards Recognition Ceremonies
This year’s speaker is Rev. Vernon Light from Port Elizabeth. Rev. Light is the author of Transforming the Church in Africa and is a post-grad tutor for the South African Theological Seminary (SATS). We look forward to welcoming Vernon and Heather to Dumisani for this special day. Mark this on your calendars.
The venue will be Bethany Emmanuel Church near Shoprite in King William’s Town. We express our appreciation to this church for the use of their facilities.