Takamoa Theological College

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Takamoa Theological College is a Bible school located in Rarotonga, Cook Islands. It was founded by the noted Congregationalist missionary Aaron Buzacott (1800-1864). It offers a Diploma of Theology and a Certificate of Bible Studies. The college trains pastors for the Cook Islands Christian Church. It has 23 branches in the Cook Islands, 20 in New Zealand, and 12 in Australia.

One of its most distinguished graduates was Ruatoka (1846?-1903), a pioneering missionary to Papua New Guinea.

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Takamoa Theological College [1]

Cook Islands Herald Online, 25 November, 2009, 'Takamoa graduates 10 student pastors' [2]