“World Missions College is a religious institution exempt from state regulation and oversight in the Commonwealth of Virginia.”
World Missions College of Greater Washington came into existence in 2001 through the prayers of mission-focused Korean pastors and elders in the Washington metropolitan area. It was commissioned in 2002 by State of Virginia. It aims to provide missionary training in an interdenominational and Biblical atmosphere by creating a curriculum built on the Bible, theology, and missiology.
World Missions College of Greater Washington is a theological institution that places great emphasis on missionary endeavors with the objective of achieving world evangelization. Located in the nation’s capital, WMCGW seeks to prepare men and women for pastoral ministry and Christian lay leadership in all phases of the Church’s outreach and missionary endeavors.
Dedicated to excellence in theological and missiological education, the faculty strives to prepare students who will demonstrate both personal piety and an intellectual understanding of the Gospel. Serious attention is given to the teaching of theological, historical, missiological, ethical and practical disciplines to create best practices for missionary and church ministries.
In keeping with its emphasis on mission activities around the world, WMCGW continues its missions to be caring and corporate worships, promote global services of spiritual awareness, and encouraging students and faculty to relate their studies to various styles of ministry emerging today.
WMCGW’s primary purpose is to provide religious training or theological education; and
“WMCGW is a religious institution exempt from state regulation and oversight in the Commonwealth of Virginia.”