School and University

Evangelical Presbyterian Seminary

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HISTORY: Established 1864 A.D in Ghana as an integral part of the pioneering work of the Norddeutsche (Bremen) Missionaries in founding the Evangelical Presbyterian Church in the Volta Region of Ghana. It has developed to become one (Green Hills) Campus of the Evangelical Presbyterian University College. Trainees became foots soldiers of the Missionaries and their core mandate was and remained extending the Good News to all people.

– Regular Diploma in Church Music for Music Department
– Inter-denominational Students for Music Program
– Regular Diploma (6 Semesters) in Pastoral studies
– Modular/Distance Programs for Theology Department: Diploma (4 Semesters)/Certificate (2 Semesters) in Lay Ministries & Leadership; In-service Training Programs in Leadership, Church Administration, Financial Management, Pastoral Theology, Ethics of Economic Life and Ecological Justice

Know who you are, where you are, and why you are here!

We envision being the leading Christ–centered community where individuals who have the vocation are inspired not only by their education but imitate Jesus Christ by the power of the Holy Spirit at work in them. Seminarians are exposed to the highest level of Scholarship and equipped as leaders of Christ-like Character who are able to spearhead discipleship through Spiritual, Social and Economic Transformation in Ghana, Africa and the other parts of the world.


1. To unearth, Shape, Nurture and Form Agents who would Lead the great Commission.
2. To give the needed Spiritual, Biblical, Theological, Leadership and Management competences to people who have responded to God’s invitation to be Agents’ of Salvation.
3. To build the Human Resource capacity of the Churches who should serve as Evangelists, Pastors, Prophets, Ministers/Deacons, Catechists, Presbyters/Elders, and Lay Preachers.
4. Make Seminarians critical and creative thinkers who will not compromise on moral and professional standards in responding to the Ecclesiological challenges concerning, Globalization, Free Market, Climate Change, poverty, marginalization, Ageing and other Social Challenges.
5. Developing the Profile of Churches as Public and Social Advocates.


1. The Scripture is central to our faith
i. Faith in the Triune God
ii. Study of the Scripture
iii. Living according to the Scripture

2. We want to bear the fruit of the Holy Spirit
i. Love, joy, and peace
ii. Forbearance, kindness, and goodness
iii. Faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control

3. We believe in Servant Leadership
i. Compassion, humility and service
ii. Developing and supporting our members to high performance
iii. Walking the Talk/Living the Values

4. We uphold Stewardship and Discipleship
i. Integrity and discipline
ii. Selflessly propagating the Word of God
iii. Act in the best interest of the Church

5. We are a diversified culture upholding democracy
i. Actively welcome new comers
ii. Tolerance, accommodation, and fairness
iii. There is space for everyone to reach his/her potential in the Church
iv. Abide by the Church Constitution, Regulations, and due process

Existing cooperations

Membership of WATII [West Africa Association of Theological Institutions].
Partnership with Nebraska Conference, U.S.A