The Christian Leaders' Training College of Papua New Guinea, commonly known as CLTC, was established in 1964.
CLTC is the servant of the churches of the South Pacific, inspiring men and women for Christian ministry and leadership. Each year we train about two-hundred students by providing biblical and theological instruction.
The college programs are designed to help meet the needs of contemporary Melanesian churches throughout the wider Asia Pacific region, with a key emphasis on emerging leaders throughout Papua New Guinea.
CLTC is the servant of the churches of the South Pacific and is inspiring people for leadership..
CLTC greatly appreciates the support and continuing contributions of those partnering with CLTC over the years. Many churches and individuals faithfully support CLTC and its students through prayer, practical and financial support.
Please feel free to browse through this site for information regarding the organisation and opportunities to partner with us or information on our many courses.
Greetings to all friends and supporters of CLTC.
CLTC will be celebrating its 50th anniversary as a college next year from April 17th -19th 2015. Please take note of this important event.There are celebrations planned for Port Moresby, Lae, Wewak, Mendi, Kiunga, Mt Hagen and Kavieng. Other celebrations will be held overseas in Australia, New Zealand and Solomon Islands. The Australian and New Zealand celebrations are on page 3 of the current College News.
The following people will coordinate the celebrations in the provinces. Kiunga (Steven Angkaki), Wewak (Graham Pohau and Barrywan), Kavieng (Rev Margaret Tioti), Port Moresby (Emmanuel Kauna), Lae centre ( Abel Haon), Mendi (Rev Rev Lamamao) and Mt Hagen ( Gabriel Kenny and David Maini). Please you are to form committees to start planning for this event next year. You can also select your own dates. For further information, please contact: George Mombi (ph 73469560 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org) or Timothy Kwara (ph 70176531 or e-mail email@example.com). Please send us your minutes and the names and mobile contacts as well as e-mail addresses of your committee members.
Address or contact details for the following former students required:
If any of you know of Suren Martin’s phone number or postal address please let us know. Contact George or Timothy.
Testimonies and photos for the Jubilee books
Please send us your testimony so that it can be included in the Jubilee book. We need photos from former students as well. Make sure to scan these photos and e-mail them to us.Those who are ready to write can answer the following questions:
1. Which years did you attend CLTC?
2. Give three important that influence your life at CLTC?
3. What ministry have you done after graduating from CLTC
4.What did you gained at CLTC that you have been able to use in your ministry
The Banz Jubilee Committee is planning to build a monument and to have a drive way from the abattoir to the top of the Vision Hill. Next year, the Banz campus will have its celebrations from April 17th to 19th. There is a corporate dinner planned for November 22nd at Kimininga Lodge. The Lae CLTC centre has already formed a committee to spearhead its plans for the Jubilee celebrations.
Please pray for the Banz campus Jubilee Committee as its plans for this important event next year. Pray for success and pray that much needed funds will be provided. Pray for the Lae CLTC centre as it embarks on its plans for next year. Pray for other regional celebrations that will be planned in other province.
Please promote the Jubilee celebrations
The CLTC Jubilee Committee at Banz is appealing to all former students to promote this important event in the centres mentioned on this paper. Please pray, inform and network with others to organise this event. We depend on your support.
For Jubilee Committee
There has been some changes with the dates of celebration in Banz. Please check the update link. Click UPDATE to download more information about Jubilee Celebration plans.