DANIEL MATTHEW & HOLY TEMPLE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY CHURCH
The college church is the core training center for those seeking to join or operate within the ministration. We are two main churches within. Daniel Matthew National Assembly Church, which serves as the seminary base for the School of Ecclesiastical Studies (DMNAC). Holy Temple National Assembly Church (HTNAC) is the mother church to the World Council of the National Assembly of Churches (WCNAC) and serves as the core interfaith church for the college. All candidates for ministry must take vow of poverty and are awarded a parsonage allowance. These two churches has no Pastor because each Board member serves the order of duties to the church under the National Prelate (Bishop Larry L. Henderson)- Pastor of the Holy Temple National Assembly Church, Inc. in St. Louis, Missouri.
After the completion of the "In Ministry Training" (IMT) seminary training the student is either placed within a local church for addition IMT, under the leadership of a local Pastor, a ministry worker at the WCNAC, and/or become a new church planter. DMNC/HTNAC serves more than 1, 200 persons seeking training into the ministration each year. Most classes are free and completion are, by and between, six months and two year. Ecclesiastical degrees are 4, 6 and 10 years programs of studies.