New England Bible College

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New England Bible College
Former names
Glen Cove Bible School
Type [Bible College]
Active 1959–present
Affiliation [Evangelical Christian]
Chancellor Rev. Dr. Lyman Phillips
President Rev. Dr. Jerry Mick
Location South Portland formerly Rockland, Maine,  United States
43°37′27″N 70°15′06″W / 43.6241°N 70.2518°W / 43.6241; -70.2518Coordinates: 43°37′27″N 70°15′06″W / 43.6241°N 70.2518°W / 43.6241; -70.2518

New England Bible College is a small four-year coeducational Bible college in South Portland, Maine. There are on average 50 to 60 enrolled students each semester.[1]


The Glen Cove Bible School was founded in 1959 as an affiliate of Glen Cove Christian Academy and Christian Schools, Inc. It was located in Glen Cove, Rockland, Maine. The Glen Cove Bible College closed in 1979 due to the insolvency of Christian Schools Inc. but reopened as the New England Bible College in 1980 in Portland. A year later, it moved to larger facilities at the First Baptist Church of South Portland. Rev. Richard Francis became the college's president in 2007.


  1. ^ "New England Bible College announces new president". Sun Journal. February 5, 2003. Retrieved 15 July 2011. 

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