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PROPHETIC PRAXIS IN A CHANGING CONTEXT

"Please engage in the practice of praxis and do so as part of your prophetic ministry because a prophetic voice without disciplined

CHURCH MUST SPEAK TRUTH TO THE CHURCH – STOREY

The dominant narrative has been that the church must speak truth to power but it is time that the church speaks truth

SA IN SERIOUS LEADERSHIP CRISIS – MOSALA

Addressing graduands during the seventh annual graduation service, on 12 May, Rev Prof Itumeleng Mosala noted that in the last 10 years

SMMS PRESIDENT IN THE UNITED KINGDOM  

SMMS President, Prof R Simangaliso Kumalo, is currently on a six week fellowship at Wesley House, Cambridge, United Kingdom. He arrived in

PRODUCE FRUIT IN SEASON AND OUT OF SEASON

The Presiding Bishop, Rev Zipho Siwa, has urged seminarians to produce fruit both “in season and out of season”. Rev Siwa was

FOCUS ON THE MARGINS – MCSA GENERAL SECRETARY

Addressing the SMMS village during the first community service of the year, the General Secretary of the MCSA, Rev Charmaine Morgan, urged

ARE YOU GOING OR ARE YOU STAYING?

There is no hierarchy of callings in God’s eyes. Your calling is as important as any other. Your calling has its validity

LIVING THE FUTURE IN THE PRESENT

Do not focus on the present for it does not exist. It is not a reality. It is an illusion. It is

SMMS PRESIDENT APPOINTED WESLEY HOUSE FELLOW

SMMS President, Rev Prof Simangaliso Kumalo, has been appointed Fellow of Wesley House, the Methodist College in Cambridge, United Kingdom. The prestigious

SMMS TO HOST REGIONAL LEADERSHIP, EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT HUB

In a move that will boost the profile of the seminary, SMMS has been chosen by the General Board of Higher Education

SMMS FIRST FEMALE STUDENT LEADER REFLECTS ON TERM IN OFFICE, GENDER JUSTICE

The year 1976 was a watershed year in the history of the Methodist Church of Southern Africa (MCSA). The landmark decision of

PROJECT LEGACY BUILDERS BUY A HOUSE FOR STUDENT ACCOMMODATION

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has,”

CONFERENCE ESTABLISHES METHODIST THEOLOGICAL SOCIETY

The first ever academic conference on Methodism hosted by Methodists of the Connexion, at the Seth Mokitimi Methodist Seminary (SMMS) on 28-29

“I AM A DISAPPOINTED MAN” – REV WESLEY MABUZA

It was the injustices of the apartheid system that were so clear even to primary school children that motivated the young Rev

MYTHOLOGICAL DIMENSIONS OF AFROCENTRISM

Though Africa is like a beggar sitting on a heap of gold, there are many opportunities that keep presenting themselves for Africans

MCSA CONDEMNS PASTOR MBORO THREATS ON CRL RIGHTS COMMISSION CHAIR

The Methodist Church of Southern Africa (MCSA) strongly condemns Pastor Paseka "Mboro" Motsoeneng's alleged death threats , harassment and intimidation directed at

MCSA WELCOMES RESIGNATION OF DEPUTY MINISTER MANANA

The Methodist Church of Southern Africa (MCSA) welcomes the resignation of the Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training, Mduduzi Manana, whose

GO BUY THAT LAND, THERE IS A FUTURE

GO BUY THAT LAND, THERE IS A FUTURE In the midst of the challenges bedeviling South Africa, anti-apartheid activist, academic and cleric, Rev

SMMS IS HIRING

Situated in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, SMMS is committed to “forming transforming leaders for church and nation by providing the spiritual formation, research

SEMINARIANS PRACTICE ORGANIC GARDENING

Access to sufficient food is the right of all South Africans. South Africa is reportedly nationally food secure. However, the reality is