Take advantage of our offer to help you start a training center in your church or organization! You can open a satellite campus of The Urban Ministry Institute in your community where urban leaders can receive a quality, affordable and culturally relevant seminary-level education at your place of ministry.
We currently have satellite campuses across the country in inner-city churches, urban ministries, traditional seminaries and medium-security prisons. We also have satellite partners in seven countries outside the US, all equipping leaders to serve Christ in ministry! Our satellite program helps urban churches and ministries establish training centers right where they’re located, enabling them to equip pastors and laymen for Christian service.
View our powerpoint presentation regarding this special offer to find out more about how you can partner with us.
Please contact our Satellite Director, Rev. Don Allsman with any questions regarding this special offer.
Satellites Receive the Following Resources
♦ Ready to use curriculum
♦ Instructions on how to set up and maintain a satellite program
♦ On-going expertise, training and support
♦ Discounted fees on curriculum
♦ Certificate and diploma programs
♦ Use of The Urban Ministry Institute’s name and Academic Seal Logo
♦ Site visitations for consultations, promotions, graduations, dedications or one-time teaching events.
As a result of a generous expansion grant, we can help defray your initial expenses in establishing your new satellite. Join us now, and take advantage of these savings today!
Grants are available to the first 150 U.S. churches or ministries whose application to become a TUMI satellite are approved. If you are approved, we will reduce our one-time $1,500 satellite site license fee to $50 and give you our guidebook on how to start and run a satellite, Multiplying Laborers for the Urban Harvest guidebook, for free.
Although the initial costs are extremely low, we do not want this to prevent any ministry from starting a satellite. For this reason, we are accepting hardship grant applications to help satellites get started.
After the initial grant, the satellite will be expected to pay an annual fee of $250, as well as the cost of each course and each student workbook (e.g. a Capstone Module [course] is $150, plus $25 per student workbook). Students’ tuition should cover these on-going costs.