COLLEGE HISTORY

DANIEL MATTHEW ECCLESIASTICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM

"THE ECCLESIASTICAL LEADER IN AFFORDABLE TO THE LOCAL CHURCH”


Envisioned on March 2, 1992 and incorporated in 2017, Daniel Matthew Ecclesiastical College (D.M.E.C.S) is a sectarian institution and a ministry of the "World Council of the National Assembly of Churches". Educating the wholesome of the ecclesiastical order, by connecting the sectarian order to the secular community occupational/marketable skills in the  ministry. With more than 2,200 (local church or other religious) students enrolled D.M.E.C.S is positioned to impact and promote the core of the ecclesiastical moral, ethic and other spiritual order in our communities or profession. D.M.S.C.S. offers religious degrees in most religious studies, certificates or certifications program for both, the sectarian secular students and a host of off-site program to build the community.

D.M.E.C.S. members and church leaders are as diverse and has  been provided ecclesiastical educational opportunities to students, from every walk of life and almost , every corner of our nation and world. Our students are strongly committed their  local community, reentry and education goals. More than half hold jobs and  are the first (within their families) to attend any  kind of college. Despite many religious  challenges, 80% meet the level of academic  and religious achievement with open arms. Upon completion of our program  of studies many  are awarded church fellowships or other top para profession in the ministry. Other have graduated our many programs or college to obtained National Institutes of Health grants, and other distinguished honors (within their communities). If you come across an important ecclesiastical artist, educator, public official, health professional, researcher, minister, musician or social-service professional in your city, there's a good chance that individual attended D.M.E.C.S. (at some local church or religious order).

DMECS faculty are mentors and trained to advisers, lecturers, and yes, your local pastors. By placing a high priority on the classroom (at the local religious order), and by providing opportunities to ex-offenders, to participate in their education and research needs. Members of the faculty are able to pass their skills and ecclesiastical knowledge on to the next generation of ministers, other public servants, artists, musicians, social workers, community development professionals, professors, and other to engaged citizens of the world. Thank you for giving us a chance to serve GOD and your community.






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