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George Whitefield College (GWC) in Cape Town, South Africa, has 120 registered students living and studying on its campus. About half are South African. The other half come from over 13 other African nations, Europe, or even as far as the Americas. More than 700 past graduates of GWC are living single-mindedly for Christ in full-time service to the church and their local communities.

George Whitefield College was founded in 1989 and has a long history of partnership with Anglican Aid, and the Diocese of Sydney. GWC’s founding Principal was David Broughton Knox, who had previously spent 27 years as Principal of Moore Theological College, Sydney.

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JULY 15, 2021

Violence erupts in South Africa. Umthombo Wempilo, GWC, REACH SA ask for your prayers

Urgent requests for prayer from our Christian project partners in South Africa.

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JULY 15, 2021

Violence erupts in South Africa. Umthombo Wempilo, GWC, REACH SA ask for your prayers

Urgent requests for prayer from our Christian project partners in South Africa.

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