Mission Statement

WMCGW is a theological institution that places emphasis on missionary endeavors with the objective of achieving world evangelization.  Dedicated to excellence in education of theology and missiology, faculty shall prepare students who will demonstrate both personal piety and intellectual understanding of gospel.  More attention is given to the teaching of theological, historical, missiological, ethical and practical disciplines to create best practices for missionary and minister.


Our vision is to be a leading global university that transforms lives, communities, and the world for the glory of God. Rooted in the Reformed tradition, we aspire to be a vibrant academic community that fosters intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, and creative innovation in all fields of study. We seek to cultivate a deep and abiding faith in Christ that permeates all aspects of university life and inspires students, faculty, and staff to live out their calling with passion and purpose.

Our vision is to be a diverse and inclusive community that values and celebrates the unique gifts and contributions of each member. With a commitment to excellence, service, and social justice, we aim to make a positive impact on the world and to be a beacon of hope and light in a challenging and complex global landscape.

Purpose of Establishment

World Missions College of the Greater Washington (WMCGW) was established in 2002 to educate, train, and raise competitive Christian leaders and missionaries. 

WMCGW believes that furthering intellectual education along with practical field training will enable the Christian leaders and missionaries to be more effective workers for the Lord.

“World Missions College of the Greater Washington is a religious institution exempt from state regulation and oversight in the Commonwealth of Virginia”


World Missions College’s Mission Statement builds upon the Scripture that serves as World Missioms College’s Motto: “And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses; the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also.” (II Timothy 2:2, KJV).