PRESBYTERIAN  THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY

6200 Cantil-e, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, Philippines

Tel. Nos. (035) 421-2754 ; (035) 421-2030

Email address: ppuniversity@hanmail.net

PRESBYTERIAN  THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY

6200 Cantil-e, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, Philippines

Tel. Nos. (035) 421-2754 ; (035) 421-2030

Email address: ppuniversity@hanmail.net

History of PTC

     In the year 1989, May 19, Rev. Moon-Sun Lee accompany by his wife Mrs. Young-Seon Lee Choi and children, a son, Ku-Yeon Lee, and a daughter, Seong Yeon Lee landed in Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental. They were from the Presbyterian Church of Korea. Rev. Lee enrolled in the Divinity School at Silliman University and finished his Masters of Theology course, adding to his foundational theological course taken in South Korea.

     The visionary Rev. Lee saw a mission field in the faces of Filipino young people. The high cost of college education practically relegates them to the marginalized sectors. With the help of friends and churches in Korea, Rev. and Mrs. Lee established this mission in the name of the Presbyterian Church (Reformed) in the Philippines, Inc. which was registered with the Security and Exchange Commission in 1992.

     The PTC was founded by Rev. Moon-Sun Lee as supported by his faithful wife and two children on June 26, 1995. Their missionary work is mandated and supported by some Korean conservative Protestants of the Reformed Theory Churches.

     He went about prospecting for students from among mountain church people and was graciously responded to by eager young people who enrolled in PTC with one thing in mind – to serve the Lord.

         At first, the PTC was offering a unique theological training combined with arts education designed as a 4-year Bachelor of Arts in Theology course, accredited by the Commission on Higher Education.

       By this time the Presbyterian Theological College & University is offering a unique theological training combined with liberal arts education designed as a 4-year Bachelor of Arts in Theology course, accredited by the Commission on Higher Education.