|Caribbean School of Theology|
The Caribbean School of Theology (CST) is a mobile seminary, which offers an advanced level of studies for Christian leaders, prospective leaders, pastors and those involved in teaching and administrating training programs. A board of directors, representing the participating Caribbean countries, and an administrative committee govern the School guided by its constitution and an official curriculum.
CST is unique in that it brings together a pool of experienced minister-students creating a dynamic and practical learning environment. The teaching staff travels to the different geographic regions in the Caribbean offering a complete academic year of advanced Biblical studies in Theology and in Christian Education in five annual seminars. The student follows a program of studies, which includes attending the annual on-site seminars and a minimum of guided studies. A student can commence his work with CST in any one of the five seminars and continue until completing the program.
Seminars are held annually in each of the cooperating Caribbean countries. Individuals invited to enroll in the program are those considered worthy of the opportunity and capable of benefiting from it. Actual or potential national church leaders and Bible school teachers are especially encouraged to attend. Students take advantage of vacation periods to attend on-site seminars.
The national church that hosts the regional seminar seeks to provide food and lodging at a minimal cost. Seminars are promoted in the churches and assistance with offerings is encouraged. Churches help whenever possible with travel, room and board expenses for students.
The Caribbean School of Theology maintains an office in the United States of America at:
1211 South Glenstone Avenue
Springfield, Missouri 65804.
Student files are kept and correspondence is directed from there. The CST mailing address is: P.O. Box 3416 Springfield, MO 65808-3416. FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: www.cstonline.org