Conspectus 33 is here!

We are also pleased to announce that Conspectus 33 is out now. (Conspectus is the peer-reviewed journal of the Seminary). It is available on the SATS website under Resources. You can access it for free HERE.

Celebrating with our Graduates


On 12 May, we finally had an opportunity to celebrate in person with our students at the SATS Graduation, held at Rosebank Union Church in Sandton. This is the first live graduation the Seminary hosted since before the Covid-19 pandemic, which made it extra special for us. A recording of the Livestream can be viewed on our YouTube channel HERE.

SATS Staff Retreat

We recently had our SATS Staff retreat in the Drakensberg, where the staff had an opportunity to connect and reflect, and to play, pray and praise together. Being a decentralised Seminary, we normally work from our homes around the world and connect online, so being able to spend time together in person is a highlight on our calendar.

Missiology Month

June is Missiology Month at the SATS Symposia. You can find out more and register by clicking here: Live Events Registration

New Policy on Course Withdrawals

SATS recently introduced a policy on course withdrawals. Until now, we never had a policy that allows students to withdraw from a course once they’ve started it.  However, students have many legitimate reasons for needing to exit a course. Therefore, SATS now provides a framework for students to do so. SATS wishes to avoid the subjectivity of making case-by-case judgments regarding which reasons for withdrawal are legitimate. Therefore, a simple, objective standard is applied to all cases. You can access a tutorial called “How to Withdraw from a Course” on the Tutorials page in the Kiosk by clicking HERE.