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The St. Joseph Christian College London has announced the resumption date for academic activities for the 2019/2020 session. According to the statement released by the College Principal Dr. Tukasi, The college will resume on Tuesday 24th September 2019. The college staff will be there to welcome both fresh and returning students, and to lead them in...
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Hear Dr. Emmanuel Tukasi, Principal of St Joseph Christian College share at a recent Chapel service at London School of Theology
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The St. Joseph Christian College London has held its 2019 Graduation ceremony for Diploma and Certificate in Ministerial Studies and Pastoral Ordination Course. The event had in attendance some of the principal officers of Christ Apostolic Church worldwide which included the President Pastor A. O. Akinosun, The General Superintendent Pastor S. O. Oladele and The...
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SJCC students in West Midlands have recently completed their first year in the college. Students with the principal Dr. Tukasi
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The management of the St Joesph Christian College has announced the date for the 2019 Graduation Ceremony for both Certificate and Diploma graduates in Ministerial Studies. The date is the 2nd of July 2019. The venue for the event is Christ Apostolic Church Surrey Docks in London. The leaders of the church worldwide are expected...
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Academic activities have come to a close at the St Joseph Christian College for the 2018/2019 autumn term. A closing assembly was held to mark the end of the term which saw all students and some members of the college faculty in attendance. The event was also graced by the Regional Superintendent for Christ Apostolic...
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Pastor (Dr) Tukasi is the current principal of the St Joseph Christian College in London. The followings are some of his academic publications: Tukasi, Emmanuel O. “Karl Barth and His Pneumatic Vision of Christian Experience.” Journal of Contemporary Christian Studies 1.2 (2015): pp. 294-309. — “Acts 1:6-11 and the Kingdom of God in African Indigenous...
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