Harvest Bible Training Center was born out of a calling to teach and train God’s people to know the truth and to do the work of the ministry. As an outreach of Harvest Church in Derry, PA, we benefit from the practicality of daily hands-on ministry and active pastoral leadership. Utilizing gifts, talents, and abilities which God has provided for this purpose, we seek to help men and women find their faith, mature in it, and rise up to God’s calling on their lives.
We seek to embrace the simplicity that is Christ (2 Corinthians 11:3), while understanding and seeking the wisdom which is reserved for those who are mature in Christ (1 Corinthians 2:6-7).
At Harvest Bible Training Center (HBTC) we are honored to be used to help the Body of Christ grow and serve God in greater ways. Our application process is designed simply to help us organize courses and better serve our students. To apply, simply download, complete, and return the Course Registration Form, this form will also allow you to register for your first course.
Please include your non-refundable $30 registration fee with your application. This fee covers the registration process and also covers the registration fee of your first course. Each additional course at Harvest Bible Training Center requires a separate, non-refundable $30 application fee.
Frequently Asked Admissions Questions
What are the requirements to attend HBTC?
In order to enroll students should posses a high school diploma or GED equivalent, and submit a completed application form along with their $30 registration fee for their first course.
Is there minimum age
The curriculum is designed for students ages 18 and over, exceptions for younger students may be considered based on their desire to learn and level of maturity.
Does HBTC accept people from different denominations?
We accept students of all races, nationalities, and denominational backgrounds.
Do I have to attend Harvest Assembly Church?
Attendance at Harvest Assembly Church is not mandatory for first or second tier students. It is however recommended for third-tier students because many of the mentoring and outreach opportunities take place within the framework of regular Church services and worship. We do strongly encourage students to be committed members of a local church throughout the duration of their time at HBTC.