Centers and Institutes
The Calvin Center for Christian Scholarship was founded in 1976 to be a place where committed Christian thinkers from across the academic disciplines could reflect and write about pressing issues of public concern. Its support has enabled scholars to produce some fifty-eight books, as well as numerous articles, lectures, conferences, and public presentations.View and purchase publications or visit the Calvin Center for Christian Scholarship web page.
Calvin Institute of Christian Worship
The Calvin Institute of Christian Worship aims to promote the scholarly study of the theology, history, and practice of Christian worship and the renewal of worship in worshiping communities across North America and beyond. View and purchase publications or visit the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship web page.
The Faculty of Calvin Theological Seminary is committed to helping students become excellent communicators of God's Word. The Center for Excellence in Preaching provides resources for Pastors and Congregations. View and purchase publications or visit the Center for Excellence in Preaching web page.
The Center for Social Research exists to assist the Calvin community in studying the world of human interactions. We organize grant-funded scholarly research projects, and we believe such work is best done alongside of applied, community-based scholarly projects. View and purchase publications or visit the Center for Social Research web page.
Institute for Faith & Communications
The Institute promotes the study, practice, and living of communication in the context of the Christian faith by partnering with individuals and organizations that share its goals. View and purchase publications or visit the Gainey Institute for Faith & Communication web page.
The H. Henry Meeter Center for Calvin Studies is a research center specializing in John Calvin and Calvinism that opened in 1981. View and purchase publications or visit the H. Henry Meeter Center web page.
The Paul B. Henry Institute for the Study of Christianity and Politics was created in 1997 to continue the work of integrating Christian faith and politics advanced by its namesake, educator and public servant Paul B. Henry. View and purchase publications or visit the Paul B. Henry Institute web page.
The Kuyers Institute for Christian Teaching and Learning was founded in 2004. It sponsors a range of resources, events, and projects that seek to stimulate and sustain quality conversation about the relationship between faith, teaching, and learning. View and purchase publications or visit the Kuyers Institute web page.
The Nagel Institute was founded early in 2006 as a service of Calvin College to those who study the rise of Christianity in the global south and east, and to others who are eager to see Christian thought and cultural engagement flourish in those regions.View and purchase publications or visit the Nagel Institute for the Study of World Christianity web page.
Van Lunen Center exists to provide executives of Christian schools with the world-class management education essential to the future of their schools. The Center's programs tangibly and practically strengthen executive managers from a variety of faith traditions and encourage robust, flourishing school networks lead by dynamic individuals who model quality management.View and purchase publications or visit the Van Lunen Center web page.