St. Andrew’s Theological College

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John’s Gospel & Letters Course Overview: This course introduces students to the messages in the Johannine Gospel and Letters for ancient Christians, and their relevance in contemporary contexts.


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Practical Theology


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Ministerial Ethics Course Overview: This course deals with a Minister’s relationship with people with whom they must relate to and work with, and appropriate attitudes in given situations. Students will learn the unique moral role of ministers and the ethical responsibilities clergy should assume in their personal and professional lives.


Ecological Justice
Ecological JusticeCourse Overview: This course examines the nature of ecological justice as including social justice and requires putting the economy in its place as a subsystem within society and the wider natural world within the context of other factors and how such factors are intertwined with relations of power in a prevailing climate of control and domination.


Preaching the Psalms
This course will explore the rich nature of the Hebrew poetry in the book of the Bible known as “Psalms” and will introduce students to homiletical techniques to apply the Psalms to the contemporary Church and world.


Church Leadership and Management
The Church Leadership and Management course equips students for ministry in a world where the only constant is change. The capacity and knowledge base of students in leadership, management and administration will be created and enhanced and they will gain tools to continue unlocking the multiverse of wisdom throughout the course of their lives and ministries.


New Testament Greek
The New Testament Greek course is an introduction to New Testament Greek vocabulary, grammar and syntax with an introduction to the New Testament in Greek. It provides an introduction to the basic elements of New Testament Greek alphabet, grammar and syntax. It focuses on elementary explorations of translation, and its relation to reading.


Christian Education Course
The Christian Education Course is specially designed for teachers at Presbyterian Schools and teaching applicants. A framework for persons within the ministry of teaching will be developed by examining biblical foundations, doctrines of the Presbyterian Church of Trinidad and Tobago (PCTT), current needs of the child (mental and psychological) and effective techniques of the teaching ministry within the classroom. Successful teaching strategies for child development and spiritual formation of children will be explored.


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Conflict Management: This course discusses conflict, from its source to the point of resolution. It identifies the causes of conflict and examines its escalation when left unresolved. Methods of resolution of disputes are studied with the emphasis on mediation. The course also highlights types of conflict as pertinent to the local context and there is a focus on mediation as a preferred method of conflict resolution.


Homiletics I
This course will explore the history, theology and contemporary contextual practice of homiletics through the study of the principles and techniques of sermon preparation and sermon delivery, complemented by practical exercises.



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Reverend Adrian Sieunarine

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Ms. Kimberly Ramkissoon


Ms. Raquel Sooklalsingh-Paul

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