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Thank you for submitting your registration information for the Clergy Tax Seminar! 

Your registration is nearly complete. All that is left is for you to make your payment!  You may pay now, securely and conveniently online and with no extra fee, by using any major credit card/debit card. If you prefer, you may also mail in a check.  (Remember: if you are a student of TRIM/EFSM/SeBAH, Bethany Seminary, or ESR, your registration is fully subsidized, so you may skip this page.)

Pay Your $20 Registration Now
with any Major Credit Card or PayPal:



To Pay by Check:

  • Please make your $20.00 check out to
    Bethany Seminary;
  • Be sure to note Clergy Tax Seminar
    on the memo line; then
  • Mail check to:

Clergy Tax Seminar
Bethany Theological Seminary
615 National Road West
Richmond, IN  47374

Registrations are not complete until payment has been received.  Due to our extremely low registration fee, registration payment are generally not refundable.  Please contact us if you have completed your registration and then need to cancel, and we will work with your situation as best we can.


Questions?  Please contact us at, or 800-287-8822, if you have any questions or comments!


Jeff Foster
(Certificate of Achievement in Theological Studies)

JeffFor nine years I felt the leading of God to ministry. I began my academic journey thinking that I had God all figured out. This journey began at Moody Bible Institute for several semesters, where I gleaned perspective on missions and evangelism. Because of a full-time missionary role, I suspended Moody classes to concentrate on raising support. During that time God began to speak to me about the overall disunity in our Christian church. I came to the conclusion that unity within the body of Christ is the best way to reach lost souls with greater depth. I started exploring the Anabaptist teaching and specifically the way the Church of the Brethren strives toward this vision of unity and reconciliation.