Apex School of Theology

at 1701 Tw Alexander Dr, Durham, 27703 United States

Apex is a vibrant & growing institution. We hope that you will encourage other persons who have experienced the “call” to Christian Ministry and Vocation to consider Apex School of Theology for their theological education.


Apex School of Theology
1701 Tw Alexander Dr
Durham , NC 27703
United States
Contact Phone
P: (919) 572-1625
Website
http://www.apexsot.edu/

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Apex School of Theology was founded in 1995 as Apex Academy School of Religion, and later changed its name to Apex School of Theology. The school was founded by the Reverend Dr. Joseph Perkins at the historic Apex First Baptist Church, Apex NC, where he was the pastor. ASOT outgrew the church facilities and moved to 5104 Revere Road, Durham NC in 2002. In 2006 the school relocated to 2945 South Miami Blvd. Durham, in the heart of the Research Triangle Park. In Nov 2012 ASOT moved into its own brand new facility at 1701 T. W. Alexander Drive, still in the heart of the Research Triangle Park.

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