Rev. Collin N. Moshupi was born in Hammanskraal, situated in the North of Pretoria, South Africa but he was reared in Soweto, in the outskirts of Johannesburg. He has always grown in a family of Christians and is now the 3rd generation pastor within the Moshupi family. Rev. Collin is a seasoned civil and structural engineer whom before his calling held director positions in various engineering companies. He also started his own civil and structural company which has been in operations for the last 18 years, and that is where he gained a lot of leadership skill having to build the company from the bottom with no funds.

He was then called in ministry in 2010 but had been preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ since 1996 while still studying at University, he then enrolled with the Baptist Convention College, of the Baptist Convention of South Africa for a Bachelor of Theology, he later continued with his studies with the South African Theological Seminary. He served as a youth pastor at Peniel Salem Baptist Church for 7 years and as a youth advisor for Baptist Convention of South Africa. He has held various leadership roles within the body of Christ, he is currently the president of the All Africa Baptist Men’s Fellowship if the Southern Region of Africa, which include 13 countries. He is also a member of the executive body in the All Africa Baptist Men’s Fellowship.

Rev. Collin N. Moshupi

Lady Matilda M. Moshupi


Lady Matilda M. Moshupi is the youngest daughter of the late Rev. Moses & Ruth Mogano of Baptist Convention of South Africa. She is a qualified Research Psychologist and registered Psychological Counsellor. She has lead various ministries within the body of Christ but her passion has always been in the social ministry, where she would identify lack within the church and/or the community and encourage the church to participate in the eradication of the challenge faced at the time while serving others in need.

She runs a health and wellness company where she promotes awareness for maintaining optimum wellness be it physically, spiritually or mentally. She also has a heart for empowering women and young girls in the disadvantaged communities by equipping them with the necessary skills and helping them to find themselves and God’s purpose with their lives. She is co-pastoring Shalom Missionary Church as the First Lady.