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A central part of ClearNote Fellowship’s mission involves training men for the pastorate. If there are to be faithful churches that will continue to build God’s Kingdom, these churches must be led by faithful pastors. It is for this end that ClearNote Pastors College (CNPC) was founded. CNPC accepted its first class in the Fall of 2005, and anticipates a new class of matriculates in 2012.
Unlike a typical theological seminary, CNPC conceives of its mission as intimately tied to the local church. Rather than simply providing academic training, a Pastors College strives to produce men who are well-equipped to integrate theological truth with pastoral understanding. In this context, CNPC is focused on three primary components of pastoral training: biblical knowledge, spiritual formation, and the development of pastoral skills. These components are worked out through academically rigorous classroom training, hands on mentoring and discipleship, and guided practical ministry experience in the local church.
Admission to CNPC is selective. Because of the intimate nature of the training, class sizes are kept small and a new class of students starts only every other year. Normally, students are selected from ClearNote churches, or are men personally known and recommended by a ClearNote member.
If you believe God is calling you to pastoral ministry, but don’t yet attend a ClearNote congregation, please contact us. Even if you’re not acquainted with anyone in fellowship with us, we still encourage you to request an application and go through the interview process.
You can find more details regarding the curriculum, student life, tuition, and other important details here.