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Preparing Servant Graduates Passionately Committed to the Transformation of Society


Who We Are

The Meserete Kristos Seminary, Debre Zeit, Ethiopia, is a tertiary level institution of higher learning founded and owned by the Meserete Kristos Church. The College has a main residential campus at Debre Zeit, and a non-residential campus at Nazareth.  It will also have a non-residential campus, now under construction, for day and evening classes at the MKC Head Office in Olympia, Addis Ababa. It also has a distance education program enrolling 170 correspondence students from all over Ethiopia.  It has “Candidate Status” with the Association for Christian Theological Education in Africa (ACTEA) and is pursuing full accreditation.

Mission

MK Seminary prepares men and women for ministries marked by making people disciples of Jesus Christ.

Vision

MK Seminary aspires to become the center of excellence in the areas of biblical and theological studies, mission, peacemaking, leadership, academics, and community development by the year 2031.

What We Do

Purpose
The Seminary seeks to provide educational programs in a distinctively Anabaptist Christian perspective that will inform, equip, and challenge men and women to apply practical Christian discipleship in their homes, communities, the market places, business institutions, and governing organizations in which they live and work. Strategy
The Seminary seeks to provide a broad range of biblical, theological, and biblicaly-based liberal arts programs in higher education that will develop and equip men and women to serve effectively in a variety of supportive and leadership roles in the Ethiopian and surrounding churches and societies.

Who We Are

The Meserete Kristos Seminary, Debre Zeit/Bishoftu, Ethiopia, is a tertiary level institution of higher learning founded and owned by the Meserete Kristos Church. The College has a main residential campus at Debre Zeit, and a non-residential campus at Nazareth.  It will also have a non-residential campus, now under construction, for day and evening classes at the MKC Head Office in Olympia, Addis Ababa. It also has a distance education program enrollining correspondence students from all over Ethiopia.  It has “Candidate Status” with the Association for Christian Theological Education in Africa (ACTEA) and is pursuing full accreditation.

Educational Objectives

The MK Seminary educational objectives are consistent with our mission and philosophy of education:

The following instructional objectives are pathways to achieve the desired goals that explain what the learners will do with the learning:

  1. Students will demonstrate their love and commitment to the Word of God, and dedication to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ;
  2. Will carry out their responsibility towards the Great Commission;
  3. Will demonstrate their understanding of Christian Educational principles;
  4. Will be evaluating their lives if they are living up to the word of God and become examples to others;
  5. “Cultivate a deeper appreciation for a biblical sense of values, God’s plan for their lives, spiritual, cultural, national heritage, and privileges and responsibilities as a believer living in contemporary society;”
  6. Will demonstrate a habit of consistent and matured Christian behavior with full honesty and integrity;
  7. Work hard to improve their educational skills and abilities by engaging with others. Students are expected to share their life experiences by integrating their knowledge and experience into a Christian worldview. All the above objectives will contribute to the achievement of institutional goals that are designed to Glorify God through the fulfillment of the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19).