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School Executive Staff Member;
Brother, J. Bailey El, Dean-Community Development Studie & Programs,
Brother, Q. Collick, Acting Dean -Ecclesiastical Transportation Studies
College of Community Development Studies
Daniel Matthew Ecclesiastical College
P.O. Box 24742
Saint Louis, Missouri 63115
Ph: (636)-224-6642 x4112
Welcome and thank you for stopping by! As your Acting Dean it is my goal to give each of you the GOD's best ecclesiastical education for transportation. In the CETS programs, we explore, learn and develop together for your future. We are blessed to have one of the first core religious base program in the county that provides you with the paraprofessional tools for transportation and development services to advance your career. I welcome any questions by email: email@example.com. My team is standing and waiting to assist you.
Brother Q. Collick, Acting Dean of Ecclesiastical Transportation
Developed as a "National Sectarian Educational Program" to provide a baseline for the sectarian order in protection to the ministration. Our core mission is the training of its officials and members. DMECS has a host of partnership (marketable & occupational ) classes with the focus on the needs of the sectarian orders, our local churches, and their operational services to the communities or missions of saving souls. Sixty (60%) present of our programs are held within the local religious partnership or onsite at a business locations. Twenty-five (25%) present of our programs are offered online. Ten (10%) present of our programs are offered to those, by mail, and five (5%) present of our programs are offered to those held within local, State or Federal institutions. D.M.E.C.S. do not have any college campus, our purpose is to bring the ecclesiastical college experience to you, in whatever state or position you are in. That is the ecclesiastical mission for the future of religious learning.
Our ecclesiastical programs or services are provided to religious orders or with connected clients, members or religious orders in the following states; Alabama, Arizona Arkansas, Alaska, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming. Limited degrees are offered related to the sectarian orders in connection to the core of the religious modifiers request. No secular degrees are offered and all no staff official are paid a salary, but receive a parsonage allowance in ex-change for the service of GOD..