Clarksville Theological College & Seminary

"Preparing His Servants To Serve"

Our History

Original school building. Clarksville, TN 1952 Dr. W. Roy Stewart founded Clarksville School of Theology in 1952, in Clarksville Tennessee.   The establishment of Clarksville School of Theology in 1952, makes it one of the oldest Fundamental Bible Colleges in the United States of America.

In November of 1990, Dr. Roy Stewart retired from Clarksville School of Theology after serving the School and his Lord faithfully.   Also, in November 1990, Dr. Grover Twiddy became the 2nd President of Clarksville School of Theology.   Consequently, changing its name to Clarksville Theological Seminary and moving the College to Kinston, NC.   As of January 15, 1996, Dr. Charles Ray Ennis became the current President of the Clarksville Theological Seminary moving it to its present location in Clayton, NC.

Current School Building Pastor Ennis earned and received his Doctor of Theology Degree in May 1977, from St. Paul's Bible Institute, Sarasota, Florida; and his Doctor of Philosophy Degree from Trinity Theological Seminary, Newburg, Indiana, in 1984.

Dr. Ennis has written and published three books, entitled (1) The Rise and Fall of Satan; (2) The Bloodline; (3) The Seven Churches of Asia Minor; and one booklet, Worrying Or Trusting God.

Dr. Ennis is married to the former Barbara Wall of Micro, NC.   Dr. & Mrs. Ennis have been married since April, 1962.   They make their home in Clayton, NC.   They have two children: daughter, Angela Milligan and son, Timothy Ennis; and three grandchildren; Andrew, Douglas and Candace Milligan.