About Us

Christian World College of Theology- Camden Extension

Christian World College of Theology was created to equip students for a life of service and leadership in the church and in the world. Our founders, Drs. Ray and Ruth Chamberlain, had a goal: to train people for ministry service - in churches and para-ministries - locally, regionally, and around the world. We continue to provide an excellent learning experience that enables our students to serve Christ in an exemplary and effective way. Students may choose to work under the direction of their pastor, while others begin ministries and churches. Christian World College of Theology provides a solid foundation of biblical principles that prepare students for their ministry calling. Its affordability and local proximity allow students to learn while continuing commitments to their families and careers. We encourage you to become part of our endeavor - teaching and maturing in God's Word - and becoming an active and effective instrument for service in God's growing kingdom.

The main campus of Christian World College of Theology is located at 407 E. Gordy Road, Salisbury, Maryland. The college has satellite campuses in Trappe, Maryland (within Talbot Evangelistic Church), and Camden, Delaware (within First Pilgrim Baptist Church). Christian World College of Theology is a Religious Educational Institution operating in the State of Maryland according to an exemption granted by the Maryland Higher Education Commission, without a certificate approval from the Commission, as specified in the Code of Maryland Regulations 138.02.04. Christian World College of Theology's Associate's degree program is accredited by the International Association of Bible Colleges and Seminaries (IABCS). The Bachelor's and Master's degree programs are accredited through Christian Life College. For more information about IABCS, click HERE.

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Rev. Robert Gregory, President

Dr. Doreina C. Miles, Chancellor

Anita Woods, Vice-Chancellor & Registrar