Highway College (18 Bishop Road, Pinetown)

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About The King’s Church Durban

The King’s Church, Durban, which was established in 2008, and meets at Highway College in Pinetown is a community of believers from various national and ethnic backgrounds who have been joined together in the Lord Jesus Christ, by the Holy Spirit. We have a passion for experiencing the authentic faith of Jesus that was originally entrusted to the first apostles, as revealed in the Scriptures, and to share it with others. (See our faith statement) We are committed to following and obeying Jesus as God’s King and Head of the Church. As we experience the love of God through Jesus Christ, we endeavor to minister God’s love and grace to the community of Durban. The King’s Church is a place where light meets darkness and the darkness has to flee.

Rod Seago as the founding Apostle, launched the King’s Church in Westville, at a local school as a plant from the Kings Church in Jacksonville Florida, USA. He has been in the ministry for the past 40 years. A former graduate of Elim Bible College, London, UK, he also holds a Masters Degree in Apostolic Studies from Apostles Theological Seminary, USA. Rod has been married to Janet for 42 years and together they have two sons and four grandchildren. As the former founder and senior pastor of City of Life Church in Pinetown. He is a founding member of the Apostolic College of the Communion of Apostolic Churches, and a member of the Apostolic Council of Apostolic Ministries and Churches International and currently represents the AMCI churches in Southern Africa on the AMCI General Council.

At the beginning of September 2015, Rod and Janet Seago were called back to the United States in the Lord’s work where he has now resumed oversight of The Kings Church in Jacksonville Florida. At an ordination service, the work at Kings Church, Durban was and handed over to Giles Hunter who has been co-pastoring Kings Church with Rod since its inception in October 2008. Giles is married to Melody and is the father of two daughters and is blessed with six grandchildren. He retired as a senior member of the Durban Metro Police Service after serving in a law enforcement career for 33 years in Bulawayo,  Zimbabwe, and Pinetown. He has been serving the Lord in a Church leadership role for some twenty-five years on the elder-ship team at City of Life Family Church in Pinetown under Rod Seago’s ministry, and later with  Highway Christian Community in Pinetown where he ministered in a grounding and teaching role. He serves as a Director on the Highway College School Board and is currently reading for a Master’s degree in Prophetic and Apostolic Studies with the Apostles Theological Seminary in Jacksonville Florida.

We are committed to the development and growth of the Apostles Theological Seminary, a first-class online theological vehicle-based in Jacksonville, Florida for training a new generation of Christian ministers and leaders for the twenty-first century. ATS is our official training arm.

The King’s Church is an allotment or congregation of the one, apostolic, catholic or universal Church of Jesus Christ the King. We are, also an active member of Apostolic Ministries And Churches International (AMCI) which is a company or fellowship of churches and ministries who have voluntarily joined together in mutual submission to each other for the purpose of reforming Christ’s Church and fulfilling Christ’s mission of establishing and extending the Kingdom of God. Apostolic Ministries and Churched International (AMCI) in the Durban region is currently represented by four congregations (or allotments) that have voluntarily joined together as one Church in the city; The King’s Church, Vine of Life, Grace Community Church, and Harvest Time Community Church.

AMCI falls within the spiritual jurisdiction of the Communion of Apostolic Churches, which is a global communion of apostolic companies and networks of churches. Our founding Pastor Rodney Seago is one of the founding members of the CAC and a member of the executive of the Apostolic College of the Communion. To learn more about the CAC visit the website at www.cacvirtual.org

For further information about ATS visit the website at www.atsvirtual.org