Welcome to Gateway School of Ministry

Welcome to Gateway School of Ministry. We exist to train God’s leaders of the future and are committed to helping our students be the best they can be in their calling. We are training workers for the harvest field. By enrolling in Gateway School of Ministry you are recognizing your call to be one of those workers. Congratulations! You are about to embark on an exciting journey!

You are called for a purpose!

“Inside every disciple of Jesus Christ lies a deep longing to be used by God to make a difference in their world. If you’ve been asking God to use you, join with us and let’s work together to see that your destiny becomes a living reality.”

Pastor David Cannistraci – President, Gateway School of Ministry

Raising up a new generation of leaders to change lives

“The apostolic charge Paul gave to Timothy was, ‘You have heard me teach many things that have been confirmed by reliable witnesses. Teach these great truths to trustworthy people who are able to pass them on to others.’ This is what Gateway School of Ministry exists to do – to raise up generations of leaders equipped to change lives by the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ.”

Pastor Carol Cobb – Director, Gateway School of Ministry

Pastor Carol Cobb

Gateway School of Ministry is a three level program designed to develop leaders in all areas of ministry.

Our goals for our students are:

  • Identify, develop, and release your gifts and talents in specific ministry streams

  • Train you for leadership and disciple-making

  • Release the supernatural power of the Holy Spirit to work through you

At Gateway School of Ministry you will

  • Receive Bible Instruction

    You will be grounded in the foundational truths of the Christian faith and their application in real life.

  • Engage in Ministry Practicums

    You will have the opportunity to choose a specific area of ministry and receive hands on training from our experienced pastors and leaders.

  • Get equipped to fulfill your calling

    Experience equipping in many ways, including classroom study (where applicable), book assignments, online video instruction, and personal relational mentoring.