AIHC School of Biblical Studies is an institution of higher learning located in Memphis, Tennessee. Its motto, Preparing to Serve, highlights the mission and purpose and places emphasis on an individual's commitment to God and His work. AIHC School of Biblical Studies is a mission-driven school that's dedicated to educating and training students to share the practical aspects of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Its goal is to prepare them to meet the various needs of God's people in the church and in the community. AIHC School of Biblical Studies program of study offers a certificate of completion in biblical studies. It focuses on providing both the theoretical and practical component of ministry. It takes pride in offering students a high quality education and a high degree of rigor that challenges them to increase their level of understanding and knowledge of the bible. The program is design to promote the learning of God's word and leadership in serving God's people. Christ Communion Temple, which is the Association of Independent Holiness Churches' Headquarters, houses the school's operation. Classes are held in the church's fellowship hall, which provides a comfortable setting that promotes a positive learning environment. The school has a supportive faculty and staff who are also committed to the mission, purpose and learning of our students.
AIHC School of Biblical Studies was established in 2012 by a group of pastors led by Mr. Freddie L. Thomas, Sr. It serves as a major entity of the Association of Independent Holiness Churches. It also serves as an educational and training site for congregants in our member churches and non-member churches, who desire to enhance their knowledge of the bible and to be more effective in serving at their local churches and community.
The mission is to prepare students for a life of service in the ministry of our Lord with emphasis on biblical teaching and practical ministry.
The purpose is to provide students with a holistic study in the bible and to help ensure that they are prepared for a life of service.
AIHC School of Biblical Studies takes pride in preparing our students to share the gospel of Jesus Christ all over the world. Galatians 3:28 states, “There is neither Greek nor Jew, bond nor free, male nor female, for ye all one in Christ Jesus.” All applicants are welcome to apply for admission at AIHC School of Biblical Studies regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, creed, disability, age, or sex. All applicants are given the rights and privileges generally made available to students at AIHC School of Biblical Studies.
AIHC School of Biblical Studies is authorized by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. This authorization must be renewed each year and is based on an evaluation of minimum standards concerning the quality of education, ethical business practices, and fiscal responsibility.