The 1998 and 1999 General Assemblies of the OPC approved the plan of the Committee on Christian Education to establish a Ministerial Training Institute of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (MTIOPC).
MTIOPC is designed primarily to provide men who are preparing for the gospel ministry (men under care of presbyteries and licentiates) and current OP ministers with instruction supplemental to that which they might receive in seminary. Others (including OP ruling elders, ministers from other denominations, and men in other denominations training for the ministry) should also be able to benefit from this instruction. MTIOPC grants continuing education credits at several Reformed seminaries.
The MTIOPC spring 2013 semester starts in January. Full information is available in the documents below.
The MTIOPC summer semester starts in June. Intensive training will be held in Columbus, Ohio, in August. Further information will be forthcoming.
Click here to view the MTIOPC Catalog.
See James Gidley, What Is the MTIOPC?