MANNA BIBLE  INSTITUTE
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WELCOME TO MANNA'S WEBSITE
APPLY TODAY!   Applications are now being received for the first semester of the new school year beginning in September, 2014.  For a copy of the school catalog and application forms, call the Registrar's Office at 215-221-5335 or e-mail us at MBImain21@verizon.net.
We're glad you've take the time to visit our website!  We want to make our school known to you.  Since 1944, Manna Bible Institute has served the city of Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley by providing sound, evangelical Bible training to hundreds of men and women who are serving Christ in their local churches and in ministries throughout the greater Philadelphia area and around the world.  Many pastors, ministers, Bible teachers, missionaries, evangelists, and workers in many Christian organizations have graduated from Manna and taken their places in the life and ministry of the Church.  Servants of Christ are trained here!

Manna is a non-denominational, multi-racial evening school with classes on Tuesday and Thursday evenings taught by a well-qualified faculty of dedicated teachers.  The school's main campus is located at 2309-13 N. Broad Street (between York & Dauphin Sts.) two blocks from Temple University's campus.  Manna also operates five extension campuses (one in Chester, PA and in New Jersey in West Atco, Glassboro, Mount Holly, and Willingboro.  Information concerning each campus is provided on this website. 

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Manna's School Verse

"Thy words were found, and I did eat them, and thy word was unto me the joy and rejoicing of my heart; for I am called by thy name, O Lord God of hosts."

Jeremiah 15:16


URGENT PRAYER REQUEST TO MANNA BIBLE INSTITUTE FAMILY AND FRIENDS

Board Chairman Robert Shine was seriously hurt in an car accident on Thursday, April 17th.  Dean Walker's notice concerning the accident is posted on the School News page of the website.