Perry appointed director of college extensions in Roxboro, Kittrell

Jun. 28, 2013 @ 09:42 PM


The North Carolina Fellowship of Holy Churches announces that Bishop Omega Travell Perry, D.D., has been appointed the new director of The Original United Christian College, Roxboro and Kittrell extensions.

Perry is the founder and establishmentarian of Tabernacle of Zion Holy Church of Pittsboro, Praise Tabernacle Holy Church of Roxboro and The North Carolina Fellowship Holy Churches. He is also the former pastor of Bethel Tabernacle United Holy Church in Durham and Alston Chapel United Holy Church, Pittsboro. Currently, Perry is a member of Grace Missionary Baptist Church in Kittrell.

The college, a member of The Southern Accrediting Association of Bible Institutes, Bible Colleges and Bible Seminaries, was founded by the late Bishop J.D. Diggs of Winston-Salem and chartered April 4, 2002. The State of North Carolina has incorporated it as a non-profit, non-stock, degree-granting and co-educational institution. The institution’s motto is “Where Theory and Practice Meet.”

Classes offered will include: Church Administration, Psychology of Counseling, Doctrines of the Bible, Homiletics/Biblical Preaching and English. Classes will be held in Kittrell every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, from 7-10 p.m. daily. Chapel services will be held on Thursdays.

The registration fee is $25 and will take place from July 1-Aug. 9. Classes will begin Aug. 12. Tuition fees are $250 per semester or $50 per month. For an application, call Perry at (252) 425-6155.