Codrington College is the oldest Anglican Theological College in the Western Hemisphere. It was established by the will of General Christopher Codrington who died in 1710.
On 9th September 1745, Codrington College was opened as grammar school, this was the first step along a road that is marked with commendable academic achievements. By the year 1829, Codrington had become a full-fledged College, a step closer to the realization of the hope of its founder Christopher Codrington, whose desire was to have an academic institution in which persons could be trained in 'Physics and Chirugery as well as Divinity.'
In 1831 the College was almost totally destroyed by huricane, the present building was constructed. It was referred to by Dr. Bindley, the then Principal, as the "Oxford adapted to the tropics". (Codrington College by Anselm Genders)
Since its affiliation to the University of Durham, England in 1875, it has maintained high academic standards.
In 1955 with the opening of the University Colege of the WestIndies of the West Indies, the Classical Faculty of the College was closed.
The College became an affiliate of The University of the West Indies in 1965.
The College offers training for candidates to the sacred Priesthood. In addition the College continually seeks ways in which to serve the Church and the wider community. The College has recently moved towards a Masters Degree in Theology.
1830-1835 Rev. J.H. Pinder (Matriculation 9th September- 18 Students)
1847-1864 Richard Rawle, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.(27 years)
1847-1888 Principal Webb
1889-1890 Richard Rawle(returned to assist- 76 years)
1890-1910 Dr. Bindley
1910-1918 Arthur Anstey(founder of Codrington High School for Girls)
1918-1945 Canon J.C. Wippell
1945-1955 Rev. C.A. Sayer (Mirfield)
1955-1957 Fr. Jonathan Graham (Mirfield)
1957-1969 Professors from Mirfield
1969-1971 Rev. Martin Garrison
1971-1983 Rev. Canon Sehon Goodridge
1983-Pres. Rev. Canon Dr. Noel Titus
Canon Titus is also responsible for the Post Graduate Programme leading to the Master of Arts and the Master of Philosophy in Theology.
THE CHURCH IN THE PROVINCE OF THE WEST INDIES
Invites applications for the position of
LECTURER IN SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY
Applicants ordained or lay members of the Anglican Church, should possess at least a research degree, M.Th. or equivalent, with specialisation in Systematic Theology . Responsibilities include: teaching courses in systematic Theology to the level of degree in Theology (equivalent to M. Div.) and to the level of the M. A. in Theology; Supervision of post-graduate students with the College's extension programme.
Salary/ Allowances determined by The Codrington Trust, including monthly stipend, book and travel allowances, housing, utilities, Barbados Diocesan Pension Scheme and Group Health Insurance with the University of the West Indies are available.
Interested applicants should write to :
Canon Dr. Noel Titus,
St. John, JO6,
Barbados, West Indies.
To reach him not later than FRIDAY, JULY 30TH, 1999.
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