1. Who is qualified to attend classes? Anyone 18 years of age or older, who feels they have a call of God on their life for ministry, or who feel they have some area of service that they feel they need training. 2. How much does it cost to attend classes? Currently FHSM is operating on a donation basis. It is available to anyone who desires to learn and prepare for ministry at no required cost. We have endeavored to keep our overhead low so students who are financially handicapped can attend without overdue obligations. 3. How can I make my donations? A student can contribute with cash, check, or money order. We do have a PAYPAL account available through our website where donations can be made by the students.
Listed as: "ABOUT OUR CHURCH" under the drop down headings. 4. Where is the school located? Our facilities are located at 77B W. Fairmont Avenue. Directions are: one block east of the intersection of Montgomery Crossroads and Abercorn Expressway. Turn right at the entrance to Alvin’s Gym. The school is the first complex behind the gym. 5. What denomination is Faith Harvest School of Ministry? FHSM is a non-denominational school, associated with Faith Harvest Church, an independent full-gospel, Spirit-filled ministry. 6. Will I need to buy anything to attend school? There will be some recommended books that will be required for reading. Each instructor will inform the student during the first week of classes. 7. Do I have to take all the classes or can I choose just one? Each course is offered independently. A student can enroll in any class that is being offered for the first or second year program. Course certificates are presented when completed. Certificate of Completion and Diploma Certificates are offered for those completing the first and/or second year. 11. Is FHSM accredited? We are not currently accredited and do not offer any degree type programs. This is a training center designed to prepare for the spiritual responsibilities associated with ministry and offers a licensing and ordination for students who complete the program.
12. When Are Classes held?
Our course objective has recently changed to a 6 week period with classes being held on Thursday evening from 6:30 Pm to 8:30 Pm. Two different courses are taught for 55 minutes each with a 10 minute break inbetween.