Nogales Baptist Seminary (SEBANO)

Project Profile

Ministry Focus

The Nogales Baptist Seminary, or SEBANO as it is known in Spanish, was established in 1957 by Missions Door missionaries to train leaders for ministry in Mexico and other Spanish-speaking countries.

SEBANO has equipped hundreds of students to serve as pastors, evangelists, missionaries, teachers and church leaders who are now ministering in Mexico, the United States, Guatemala and the Dominican Republic.

SEBANO offers a one-year diploma in theology for students who have not received a high school diploma. For students who have completed high school, the seminary offers both a three- and four-year degrees in theology.

Because most students cannot afford the cost of ministry training, SEBANO only asks its students to pay about ten percent of the cost for their education, lodging and meal expenses.

Your support closes the gap and helps us raise up passionate Christian leaders in Latin America.

Countries Served

Mexico, United States, Guatemala, Dominican Republic

Ministry Areas

  • Leadership Development
  • Next Generation Education

Fund Oversight

Director of Nogales Baptist Seminary, Ramon Rodriguez