ATI 7th Graduation Service 2019

ATI 7th Graduation Service 2019

The Anglican Training Institute (ATI) held its 7th Graduation Ceremony and Evening Prayer at All Saints’ Cathedral on 14 May 2019. There were a total of 31 graduates this year. 12 received their Certificate of Theology (C.Th), 11 their Diploma of Theology (Dip.Th) and 8 their Bachelor of Theology (B.Th). The graduation sermon was preached by the Rt Revd Peter Tasker, a bishop in the Diocese of Sydney in Australia, and moving testimonies were given by ATI students and graduates. It was truly a joyful evening for all the graduates, their family and friends, the ATI faculty, the leadership of the Diocese and all who came to celebrate with them. Glory to God in the highest for the wonderful work He is doing through ATI, preparing humble, faithful and well-equipped servants for Himself and for His work in our Diocese.

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ATI Semester 3, 2018

ATI Semester 3, 2018

Semester 3 of the Diocese’s Anglican Training Insitute (ATI) is currently ongoing at All Saints’ Cathedral, Kota Kinabalu. Among the subjects which ATI students are studying this semester are Reformation Church History, Advanced New Testament Studies and the Pauline Letters. These students are being prepared for ministry in the Diocese of Sabah. Could God be calling you to be equipped for ministry through studying at ATI too? For more information on ATI, please give us a call at 088-211225

ATI Graduation and Opening Service, 2013

The first ever Graduation and Opening Ceremony for the School of Ministry and Mission was held at Hosanna Hall, All Saints’ Cathedral, Kota Kinabalu, at 7:30pm, 14th February, 2013. The school has been officially renamed as Anglican Training Institute (ATI) at the event. Nine, including two Chinese medium students were awarded with both the Moore Theological College, Sydney’s Certificate of Theology (ThC) and the Diocesan Certificate of Ministry (DCM).

All students of ATI were present as they started their academic year, while the new batch of Ambassadors joined them. Do look forward to the upcoming Diocesan Bulletin for a full report.