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Abilene Christian UniversityBrown Library 760 Library CtAbileneTX79699U.S.Craig ChurchillTheological Librarianchurchillc@acu.edu325-674-2347
Ambrose SeminaryAmbrose University LibraryParticipant Plus150 Ambrose Circle SWCalgaryABT3H 0L5
Megan HallamTechnical Services
Patrons should contact Public Services Librarian Kim Kissack:, 403-410-2946
403-410-2000 ext 2950
The physical collection supports all programs at Ambrose University, including the School of Ministry, Faculty of Arts & Science, and Faculty of Education. Library of Congress call numbers A-BX comprise approximately half of the collection. The Chinese language collection focuses on theological resources. Community members may access electronic resources onsite from their own device.
English and Chinese
Ambrose University Library is home to the archives of the Christian & Missionary Alliance Canada and the Church of the Nazarene Canada.
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Items in the archive are for library use only and must be requested from the University Librarian. Items in the Education collection are available to Ambrose students and employees only.
We will lend to Borrower Only and Global Collaborator institutions.
American Congregational AssociationCongregational Library and Archives
14 Beacon Street, 2nd FloorBostonMA02108U.S.Steven PicazioAssociate Librarian for Cataloging and
617-523-0470 x 102
Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical SeminaryAMBS LibraryParticipant Plus3003 Benham AvenueElkhartIN46517U.S.Karl StutzmanDirector of Library
Kajsa Herrstrom, Resource Access Librarian, 574-296-6211,
Our collection is strong in biblical studies particularly. We also have Anabaptist-Mennonite holdings.
English, German, some others
Studer Bible Collection
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Patrons must supply an email address, since that's the only way we communicate in terms of notices. We prefer to lend to patrons who live in about an hour radius of our campus.
We will lend to Global Collaborator institutions
Anderson UniversityNicholson LibraryParticipant1100 E. 5th StreetAndersonIN46012U.S.James BellLibrary Directorjcbell@anderson.eduYes765-641-4281
Church of God (Anderson, Ind.); Wesleyan Holiness
Archives of Church of God Movement
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Andrews UniversityJames White Library4190 Adminstration Drive Berrien SpringsMI49104U.S.Terry Dwaine RobertsonSeminary Librariantrobtsn@andrews.edu
Antiochian Heritage Library140 Church Camp TrailBolivarPA15923U.S.Julia RitterMuseum & Library Directorjulia@avcenterpa.org724-238-3677 x 425
Asbury Theological SeminaryB.L. Fisher Library204 N Lexington AvenueWilmoreKY40390U.S.Paul TippeyLibrary Directorhelpdesk@asburyseminary.edu859-858-2100
Athenaeum of Ohio
Eugene H. Maly Memorial Library
6616 Beechmont AvenueCincinnatiOH45230U.S.Connie SongLibrary Directorcsong@athenaeum.edu513-233-6135 Maly Library exists to provide resources to seminarians preparing for ordination in the Roman Catholic church and to lay people wishing to enrich their Catholic faith for self study or ministerial work. The collection emphasizes the fields of biblical studies, theology, liturgy, church history, philosophy and Christian living. It is also strong in the areas of canon law, bioethics, and classical and current spirituality. Maly Library offers a Special Collection of over 11,000 books that concentrates on church history and liturgical books. This collection includes 35 manuscripts and 22 incunabula, dating to as early as the 12th century. Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, FacultyYou are given the same privileges as any Guest Patron - up to 10 items may be checked out (except those reserved for in-library usage only) and access to online resources while on the premises (no off campus access). Special Collection items may be reviewed by appointment only. 10/19/2015
Atlantic School of Theology
Atlantic School of Theology Library
Participant624 Francklyn StreetHalifaxNSB3H 3B5Canada
Brad Murray
Access Services & Document Delivery/Library Co-Chair
Focused on Catholic, Anglican, and United Church of Canada denominational holdings
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
Wright Learning and Information Center
Participant Plus100 E 27th StreetAustinTexas78705U.S.David SchmersalAccess and Instruction Librarioan
We have about 90,000 print books with strengths in biblical studies and Presbyterianism
We have a few special collections items and a robust archive focused on regional, denominational, and institutional history.
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
We will lend to Borrower Only and Global Collaborator institutions.
Azusa Pacific University LibrariesMarshburn Memorial Library901 E. Alosta Avenue PO Box 7000AzusaCA91702U.S.Larry HandyInterlibrary Services Coordinatorilldept@apu.edu626-815-6000
I would have to defer to a theology librarian for details; however we have a large theology collection in multiple denominations, including unique holdings to support our undergraduate program in the school of theology and the Azusa Pacific University Seminary. Here is the link to the Stamps Theological Library website which includes information on our denominational collections:
English, Korean, Spanish
Here is a link to our special collections website, in addition the theology library has many different special collections as well:
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
We do not loan special collections or reference items; however, they can be scanned and sent.
Baptist Missionary Association Theological SeminaryKellar Library1530 E Pine StreetJacksonvilleTX75766U.S.Jacob GuckerAssistant Library Directorjacob.gucker@bmats.edu903-586-2501
Bethel UniversityBethel University Library Participant3900 Bethel DriveSt. PaulMN55112U.S.Sandra OslundCollection Planning & ILL Librarianlibrary@bethel.eduYes651-638-6127
Biblical studies, psychology, education
Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Bethlehem College & Seminary1228 S 7th StreetMinneapolisMN55415U.S.Barbara WintersHead Librarianbarbara.winters@bcsmn.edu612-455-3420 x 1131
Biola UniversityBiola University LibraryParticipant Plus13800 Biola AvenueLa MiradaCA90639U.S.Juliana MorleyHead of Public
Felicia Xa, Access Services Manager, 562-944-0351 ext. 5604
562-944-0351 x 5620
The library supports all undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs offered at the university and has a strong collection of biblical and theological resources.
English, Spanish, French, German, Russian, Arabic, Greek, Hebrew
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Proof of current enrollment in a participating institution required.
We will also lend to Global Collaborator institutions.
Boston University School of Theology745 Commonwealth Avenue, 2nd FloorBostonMA02215U.S.Sean SmithAdministrative Coordinatorsthlib@bu.edu617-353-3034, Missiology, Hymnology, Bible CollectionsNew England Conference Commission on Archives and History, Graduate/Doctoral Students, FacultyInformation on lending policies can be found here: 10/19/2015
Byzantine Catholic Seminary3605 Perrysville AvenuePittsburghPA15214U.S.Sandra CollinsLibrary Director, Director of Information Resourcesscollins@bcs.edu412-321-8383 x 23 9/13/2016
Cairn UniversityMasland Library200 Manor AvenueLanghornePA19047U.S.Stephanie KaceliDirector, Masland Librarystephaniekaceli@cairn.edu215-702-4376
Biblical studies, music, social work, education, philosophy
Predominately English
Harry Hewitt, Ryrie Study Bible documents, historical hymn books
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Books located in main stacks, only
Calvary UniversityHilda Kroeker LibraryParticipant Plus15800 Calvary RoadKansas CityMO64147U.S.Tiffany
theologically conservative, 50% of the collection Bible & Theology
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
4 week checkouts, reference and reserve materials may not be checked out
We will lend to both Borrower Only and Global Collaborator Institutions
Calvin UniversityHekman Library1855 Knollcrest Circle SEGrand RapidsMI49546U.S.Carla Moyer HotzHead of Access
Approx 2 million titles with a mix of theological collections
English, Dutch, German, French
Meeter Center - Works of John Calvin
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty3/23/2020
Carolina College of Biblical StudiesMark and Marilyn Boyd Library 817 S. McPherson Church RoadFayettevilleNC28303U.S.Kellie TomitaDirector of Library
Our collection has resources related to the Baptist faith, primarily conservative commentary, and an emphasis on apologetics and Christian History.
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Our reference collection is not available for lending.
Carolina UniversityGeorge M. Manuel Library420 Broad Street SouthWinston-SalemNC27101U.S.Sarah GuyLibrarianguys@carolinau.edu336-714-7953
Catholic Distance UniversityCDU Online LibraryBorrower Only 300 South George St.Charles TownWV25414U.S.Stephanie GarrettUniversity Librariansgarrett@cdu.eduYes
304-724-5000 x 706
CDU is an online only university. We do maintain a small print collection of less than 900 titles. These books are located in the university's headquarters in WV, and the librarian's home office in TN. These books are not circulated to students. However, occasionally, these titles are circulated to faculty. The collection does not contain any unique holdings and ILL requests are far and few.
Catholic Theological UnionPaul Bechtold LibraryParticipant5416 South Cornell AvenueChicagoIL60615U.S.Aileen MulchroneCirculation Librarianamulchrone@ctu.edu773-371-5465
Biblical Studies, Catholicism, Jewish Studies, Islam, History
English, Spanish
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Central Baptist Theological SeminaryShumaker Library6601 Monticello RoadShawneeKS66226U.S.Vance M. ThomasDirector of the Libraryvmthomas@cbts.edu913-667-5729,000 circulating print volumes; ecumenical collection with strengths in Baptist materialsEnglish and some KoreanYoung Collection on the Dead Sea Scrolls; Des Peres Collection of Congregational Health; Yang Collection on Global ChristianityGraduate/Doctoral Students, FacultyProof of current enrollment required each term10/19/2015
Charlotte Christian College and Theological SeminaryGoldberg Library
7620 E. Independence Boulevard, Suite 100
CharlotteNC28227U.S.Dr. Gwendolyn Peart
Head Librarian & General Studies Chair
704-334-6882 x 104
Historical Collection, Antiquarian Collection
English, Hebrew, Greek
Goldberg Collection, Lavert H. Taylor Collection, Hoyle Martin Collection
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
COVID-19 Restrictions Policy applies
Chicago Theological SeminaryLapp Learning CommonsGlobal Collaborator 1407 E. 60th StreetChicagoIL60637U.S.Yasmine Abou-El-KheirDirector, Lapp Learning Commons
Grace Ansani 773-896-2450
The Learning Commons collection reflects CTS’s strong commitment to pluralistic and ecumenical concerns. The collection is strong in the theological subject areas of Bible, Church History, Ethics, and Theology. Areas of intensive collection include African American religion and spirituality, LGBTQ studies, women’s studies, and interreligious engagement.

Mostly English, some French, German, Spanish, Korean
Special collections of note include the following: The Anton T. Boisen Collection houses materials created by Dr. Boisen during his lifetime. His major research area was mental health and religious experience and he is considered an early founder of the Clinical Pastoral Education movement. The Reverend Dr. G. Campbell Morgan Collection includes the most complete collection of his works. Rev. Dr. Morgan is considered one of the most outstanding preachers of the 20th century. Department of Research and Survey Papers includes statistical and sociological analyses of individual churches and communities from the 1920s to the 1950s.
Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Global Collaborator only
Christian Theological Seminary1000 W. 42nd StreetIndianapolisIN46208U.S.Cheryl MaddoxPublic Services Librariancmaddox@cts.edu317-931-2367
Clarke UniversitySchrup Library1550 Clarke DriveDubuqueIA52001U.S.Sue LeiboldLibrary Directorsusanne.leibold@clark.edu563-588-6580
Catholic Materials, Commentaries, and Women's Spirituality
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
We are not able to lend DVD's
Clarks Summit UniversityMurphy Memorial Library538 Venard RoadClarks SummitPA18411U.S.Sharon GardoskiLibrary Directorsgardoski@clarkssummitu.edu570-585-9282
Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity SchoolAmbrose Swasey Library320 N. Goodman Street, Suite 209RochesterNY14607U.S.
Desirae Zingarelli-Sweet
Ambrose Swasey Library's on-site physical collection of about 5,000 volumes primarily supports the school's M.Div., M.A. in Theological Studies, M.A. in Religious Studies, and D.Min. programs. Particular collection strengths include Black Church studies; women, gender, and sexuality in Christian traditions and society; and preaching.
Primarily English
Materials related to the history of the school, including Colgate, Rochester, and Crozer Theological Seminaries and the Baptist Missionary Training School
Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Patrons with accounts through the Atla Reciprocal Borrowing Program are Courtesy Borrowers, who can borrow circulating materials from Ambrose Swasey Library for 4 weeks at a time plus 1 renewal. Reference books and special collections/archives materials do not circulate. Access to e-resources (e-books and databases) and borrowing privileges at University of Rochester Libraries are not included. Patron eligibility will be verified when a borrower's card is first issued and at the beginning of each fall term after that.
College of St. BenedictClemens Library37 South College AvenueSt. JosephMN56374U.S.Nicole ReuterAccess Services Managernreuter@csbsju.edu320-363-5159
Clemens and Alcuin Libraries have a balanced collection of books that support our liberal arts undergraduate program.
Most of our books are in English, with a sizable theology collection in German, and an assortment of titles in several other languages including French and Spanish, with the classical texts in Latin, Greek, and Syriac.
Special Collections follow the same general pattern as the general collection, topics-wise, and its over 10,000 titles include early printed books and manuscripts.
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty

Non-Circulating: E-Resources, Audio-visual materials, Equipment, Reference, Special Collections, Prep School; Periodicals, bound serials and Newspaper, Rare and Arca Artium
Colorado Christian University 8787 W Alameda AvenueLakewoodCO80226U.S. Gayle GundersonLibrary Directorggunderson@ccu.edu303-963-3252
Columbia International UniversityG. Allen Fleece Library7435 Monticello RoadColumbiaSC29203U.S.Daniel WogariILL Managerdaniel.wogari@ciu.edu803-807-5107
An extensive collection of resources in both Biblical Studies and Intercultural Studies
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
We do not lend books published in the past two years, or non-circulating books.
Concordia Lutheran Seminary7040 Ada BoulevardEdmontonABT5B 4E3CanadaAnna YangLibrary Technicianlibrary@concordiasem.ab.ca780-474-1468 library seeks to help its patrons serve the church in pastoral ministry, in other forms of professional church work, and as laypeople. In support of these goals, our library provides works in all areas of theology related to the text tradition of Lutheranism, and significant works from other traditions, both current and historically significant. A minor focus is the history of Lutheranism, especially in western Canada. In addition to the main collection, we offer two special collections: Parish materials (useful for congregational ministry) and foreign-language materials (especially German, in support of the text tradition of Lutheranism).
EnglishForeign-language (German), Parish Graduate/Doctoral Students2/12/2018
Concordia SeminaryConcordia Seminary LIbrary801 Seminary PlaceSt. LouisMO63105U.S.Natalie WhitakerPublic Services Librarianwhitakern@csl.edu314-505-7036, theology, historical holdingsUndergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty2/9/2018
Concordia Theological SeminaryKroemer Library6600 North Clinton StreetFort WayneIN46825U.S.Robert RoethemeyerDirector of Library and Information Servicesrobert.roethemeyer@ctsfw.edu260-452-2126
Covenant Theological SeminaryJ. Oliver Buswell Jr. Library12330 Conway RoadSt. LouisMO63141U.S.Andrew StoutAccess Services Librarianandrew.stout@covenantseminary.edu314-392-4103 material (e.g. the Presbyterian Church in America archives are located within the library); unusual or unique material on both the two main LDS churches and various small LDS sects; rare book (pre-1800) collection mostly Anglican, Puritan & Presbyterian.Small collection of Korean books, otherwise mainly works in English.Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, FacultyOnly typical restrictions such as serials, reference and rare book collections.10/19/2015
Dallas Theological SeminaryTurpinParticipant 3909 Swiss AveDallasTX75204U.S.Debbie HunnAssistant Public Services Librariandhunn@dts.eduYes214-887-5284

The Dallas campus library (Turpin) has about 250,000 print vols. We cover the full range of biblical, theological, and pastoral studies. Visitors can also use hundreds of thousands of ebooks and ejournals while they are on campus. Because of license restrictions, visitors cannot use the online resources when they are off campus.
Secondary sources are primarily in English, but thousands are in German. We also have Chinese and Spanish resources. Primary sources are in many languages.
History of Dallas Theological Seminary
Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Registered visitors may borrow up to five books at one time. Only the Dallas campus library participates. The small branch campus libraries in Houston and Burke Va do not participate.
Denver SeminaryCarey S. Thomas LibraryParticipant Plus6399 S. Sante Fe DriveLittletonCO80120U.S.Matt WasielewskiDirector of Library Services
Omee Thao, Circulation Librarian, 303.762.6962,
The library collections include over 150,000 books and bound periodicals in theological studies.
English, a few Spanish, and a few on other languages
Vernon C. Grounds Collection, Seminary Archives
Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Please see the library circulation desk for assistance.
We are a Participant Plus lender and will lend to Borrower Only institutions and/or to Global Collaborator institutions
Duke Divinity SchoolDuke Divinity School Library407 Chapel DriveDurhamNC27708U.S.Lacey HudspethTheological Librarianlacey.hudspeth@duke.edu919-660-3450
We keep approximately 250,000 books onsite, predominantly in the subject areas of biblical studies and doctrinal and practical Christian theology, as well as history of Christianity and Christian denominations, with smaller collections in other religions and philosophy. We have a robust collection on the history and theology of the Wesleys and Methodist/Wesleyan churches and movements.
Predominantly English, but also Latin, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian, Greek, Hebrew, Syriac.
Baker Methodist Research Center includes non-circulating collection of Methodist journals and conference proceedings, other works on Methodist/Wesleyan history and theology.
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Limit 10 books at a time for 4 weeks with 1 renewal. Reference materials, journals/periodicals, and special collections do not circulate. Borrowing privileges are only for onsite Divinity Library materials -- not items from other Duke Library locations. Current enrollment at Atla Reciprocal Borrowing institution must be established each semester. COVID restrictions for affiliates/visitors apply as of Fall 2020.
Earlham CollegeLilly Library801 National Road WRichmondIN47374U.S.Amy BryantInterim Library Directorbryanam@earlham.edu765-983-1302
Eastern Mennonite UniversityHartzler Library1200 Park RoadHarrisonburgVA22802U.S.Jennifer UlrichTechnical Services Librarianulrichjm@emu.edu540-432-4173 Hartzler Library supports all the programs at EMU so have a wide range of resources in many areas. We collected Anabaptist / Mennonite resources in both our Main collection and special collection (Menno Simons Historical Library). EMU is know for it's Center of Justice and Peacemaking and collections heavily in this area including the area of Restorative Justice. Primarily English. We have older materials in German and DutchMenno Simons Historical Library - Anabaptist and Mennonite ResourcesUndergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty10/19/2015
Evangelia UniversityEvangelia University Library2660 W Woodland Drive # 200AnaheimCA92801U.S.Audrey ChunUniversity Librarianlibrary@evangelia.edu714-527-0691
Our collection consists of theology, biblical studies, counseling, and materials from Korean Presbyterian Church in America (Kosin)
Korean, English
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Faith International UniversityFaith LibraryParticipant3504 N Pearl StreetTacomaWA98467U.S.Timothy HyunLibrary Directorlibrarian@faithiu.eduYes253-752-2020
Philosophy, Education, Old Testament, New Testament, Church History, Systematic Theology, Mission, Leadership, Lutheran
English and Korean
Undergraduate Students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Not Applicable 1/31/2023
Faulkner UniversityNichols Library5345 Atlanta HighwayMontgomeryAL36109U.S.Kelly HatcherPublic Services Techniciankhatcher@faulkner.edu334-386-7207
Liberal arts collection; strength in theology and religion
Church of Christ/Disciples of Christ; university archives
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Reference, special collections, serials and archives are non-circulating.
Fuller Theological SeminaryDavid Allan Hubbard Library135 N. Oakland AvenuePasadenaCA91182U.S.Emilio A. Núñez IIIManager of Library Public Servicesemilionunez1@fuller.edu626-584-5684https://library.fuller.eduThe Main Collection is strong in biblical studies, church history, theology, ministry, psychology, and intercultural studies. English, Korean, Spanish, Chinese, JapaneseSpecial Collections include named collections of monographs such as the Robert H. Mitchell Hymnal Collection, Donald Dayton Collection, Charles Edwin Jones Collection, James Washington Collection, Charles Parham-V. Alex Bills Collection, and many others. The library archives include ecumenical archives, digital archives, and institutional archives. Graduate/Doctoral Students, FacultyPatrons with accounts through the ATLA reciprocal borrowing program can check out 5 books at a time for 21 days. No renewals are given.10/19/2015
Gardner-Webb University John R. Dover Memorial Library110 W. Branch AvenueBoiling SpringsNC28017U.S.Pam DennisDean of the Librarypdennis@gardner-webb.edu704-406-4290
Garrett-Evangelical Theological SeminaryStyberg Library2121 Sheridan RoadEvanstonIL60201U.S.Mary-Carol RiehsAccess and Public Services Librarian or
400,000 volumes; strong collection in Methodism and Episcopal works
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
We can set up guest borrowing accounts Monday-Friday 9am-4pm, or by special arrangement. Loan period is 4 weeks.
Gateway Seminary of the Southern Baptist Convention3210 E. Guasti RoadOntarioCA91761U.S.Alex YepizAssistant Librarian, Circulationcirculation@gs.edu909-687-1487
General Theological SeminaryChristoph Keller, Jr. Library 440 W. 21st StreetNew YorkNY10011U.S.Patrick CatesLibrary Managercates@gts.edu646-717-9789 Church and Anglicanism, liturgics, PatristicsEnglish, German, Latin, Greek, FrenchApproximately 25,000 volumes of early printed books with a focus on Anglicanism and English theology and church history, Bibles, liturgy (especially the Book of Common Prayer), and Patristics and early modern theology. We also have papers of many Episcopal clergy and institutional archives.Graduate/Doctoral Students, FacultySpecial collections and pre-1920 books do not circulate. Proof of current enrollment must be verified before borrowing.3/28/2018
George Fox UniversityGeorge Fox University Library416 N. Meridian StreetNewbergOR97132U.S.Kate WimerResearch & Instruction Librariankwimer@georgefox.edu503-554-2413
Collection supports liberal arts curriculum up to the doctoral level; Ecumenical support for biblical studies and seminary students
The Quaker Collection (history and doctrine of Friends), Hoover Collection (alumnus Herbert Hoover), Peace Collection (diverse viewpoints on Quaker tenet), University Zine Collection (PNW, GFU-specific, zine creation), University and Northwest Yearly Meeting Archives
Graduate/Doctoral Students
Community Patron access levels (no fee):
Gordon-Conwell Theological SeminaryHarold Lindsell LibraryParticipant Plus14542 Choate CircleCharlotteNC28273U.S.David RichardsLibrariandrichards@gordonconwell.eduYes704-940-5820
Evangelical, Theology, Biblical Studies, Church History, Christian Ministry, Counseling and Psychology, Christian Counseling
David A. Dean Collection (Eschatology; the Advent Christian Denomination)
Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Patrons from outside our institution need to see library staff about setting up a guest account. They must also bring proof that they are currently affiliated with an ATLA or CTLC member Institution. (i.e. Student ID or some other form of documentation)
We will lend to both Barrower Only and Global Collaborator Institutions (for in person check outs only)
Grace College & Theological SeminaryMorgan LibraryParticipant Plus1 Lancer WayWinona LakeIN46590U.S.Mrs. Tonya
Jodi Nakasone, Circulation Manager, 574.372.5100 x6294
5743725100 x6291
Evangelical Biblical studies; Collection services both undergrad and graduate programs. business, leadership, education, counseling
Mostly English, some Korean, Greek and Hebrew
Billy & Ma Sunday papers, Brethren, specifically Grace Brethren materials and individuals
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Guest user guidelines available at
Will lend to Borrower only institutions and Global collaborators
Graduate Theological UnionFlora Lamson Hewlett Library2400 Ridge RoadBerkeleyCA94709U.S.Beth KumarLearning and User Experience Librarianbkumar@gtu.edu510-649-2500
Graduate Theological Union (SFTS)San Francisco Theological Seminary105 Seminary RoadSan Francisco CA94960U.S. Beth KumarLearning and User Experience Librarianbkumar@gtu.edu510-649-2500
Harding School of TheologyL. M. Graves Memorial Library1000 Cherry RoadMemphisTN38117U.S.Bob TurnerLibrary Directorrjturner@harding.edu901-432-7751
Biblical studies, Church of Christ publications and heritage, American Restoration Movement (Stone-Campbell)
English, Greek, Hebrew, German, Latin
American Restoration Movement (Stone-Campbell)
Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Up to 3 items at a time.
Hartford International University for Religion and Peace
Library, Hartford International University
Participant Plus
77 Sherman Street
U.S.Karla GraftonDirector of Library Services
Islamic Studies, Christian-Muslim Relations, Interreligious Studies, Theology and Ethics
English, Arabic
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
We will lend to all
Hood Theological SeminaryHood LibraryParticipant1810 Lutheran Synod DriveSalisburyNC28144U.S.Patricia Commander
Library Director/Writing Center Coordinator
Hood Library has materials about the history, mission, government and activities of the AME Zion Church, the wider Methodist movement, other religious denominations and world religions such as Islam, Judaism, traditional African religions. Other items cover Ministry, Biblical Studies, History of Christianity, Theology & Ethics, as well as materials from other disciplines such as psychology, sociology and philosophy.
There are a few AMEZ & Methodist archival materials that are library use only.
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Besides those that are considered "city patrons" in the local area, we have only given borrowing privileges to those in the Carolina Theological Library Consortium. We look forward to expanding our borrowing privileges.
Hope International University Hugh and Hazel Darling LibraryParticipant Plus2500 E. Nutwood AvenueFullerton CA92831U.S.Jennifer RichDirector of Library
No. Patrons use for contact - one of us will answer
714.879.3901 x 1218
library.hiu.eduLiberal Arts, Biblical Studies, Business, Psychology, Education; Stone-Campbell heritage
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Proof of current enrollment (students) or employment (faculty) required
Both groups3/16/2020
Illiff School of TheologyIra J. Taylor LibraryParticipant2323 E. Iliff Ave.DenverCO80210U.S.Jessi Jones
Collection Development and Cataloging Librarian
The email and phone number are the general contact for information. Ruben Figueroa, the User Experience Librarian, is a will be able to help in addition to myself.
While we are a Methodist institution we strive to have a diverse collection that delves into various historical and theological topics.
-Archive for the Rocky Mountain Conference of the United Methodist Church
-developing a collection of Vincent Harding's private books
-developing a collection and curriculum with the Lenape elders
English, Hebrew, Greek, Aramaic, Syriac, German, and French, and some titles in Spanish, Portuguese, or Italian.
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Guests are required to visit the library in person to access electronic resources via computer, and will be able to check out some physical materials with proof of association with ATLA partner institution.
Indiana Wesleyan UniversityJackson Library4201 S. Washington StreetMarionIN46953U.S.Jule L. KindDirector of Off Campus Library Servicesjule.kind@indwes.edu765-677-2980
Institute of Lutheran Theology
Institute of Lutheran Theology Library
910 4th StreetBrookingsSD57006U.S.David PattersonLibrary Directordpatterson@ilt.edu605-520-8428
A theological collection with special emphasis on the Lutheran tradition.
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
JKM Library1100 E 55th StreetChicagoIL60615U.S.Barry HopkinsInterim Director of the Librarybhopkins@jkmlibrary.org773-256-0734, Presbyterian, Bible, PhD level collectionGreek, Hebrew, German, Swedish, French, Danish, Korean, SpanishLSTC Gruber rare books collectionGraduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty10/19/2015
Knox CollegeCaven Library59 St. George StreetToronto ONM5S 2E6CanadaJoan PriesChief Librarianjoan.pries@utoronto.ca416-978-6090; Reformed theology and history (particularly Scottish reformation); Biblical studies; pastoral studies/ theology/ counseling; spiritual care; contemporary religion in Canada; mission studies; Christian education; preachingEnglish, some German, French, KoreanEwart Historical Christian Education collection; McKay Educational Resource Centre (practical materials for ministers and congregations)Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty6/29/2016
Lancaster Theological SeminaryLancaster Theological Seminary Library555 West James StreetLancasterPA17603U.S.Myka Kennedy StephensSeminary Librarianlibrary@lancasterseminary.edu717-290-8707 Library can be counted on to provide resources that align with this purpose in all areas of the curriculum in support of student learning, faculty teaching/research, and the continuing education of other constituents. Our specific research level commitments include: the Protestant Reformation and works in the Reformed Church tradition; Mercersburg theology, including primary source documents; the Heidelberg Catechism; and the history of the Reformed Church in the United States, Evangelical and Reformed Church, and United Church of Christ. As of June 30, 2019 the collection numbers 105,650 items including 79,229 books, 18,784 journals, 1,450 media, and 6,135 microforms.Primarily EnglishThe Lancaster Theological Seminary Library maintains several collections that are designated special. Special status is conferred by virtue of: (1) the relationship of the collection to the German Reformed heritage and tradition; (2) having a unique focus that complements the curriculum of the institution; (3) existing in a special format; or sometimes (4) simply the age of the material.Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, FacultyVisiting students and faculty may borrow 10 items at a time for a 30 day loan period.10/19/2015
Lexington Theological Seminary230 Lexington Green Circle, Suite 300LexingtonKY40503U.S.Dolores YilibuwDirectordyilibuw@lextheo.edu859-280-1224
Liberty UniversityJerry Falwell Library1971 University Boulevard, MSC Box 710170Lynchburg VA 24515U.S.Matthew GrannellHead, Collection Managementmlgrannell@liberty.edu434-592-4253
Life Pacific College1100 W. Covina BoulevardSan DimasCA91773U.S.Gary MerrimanHead Librariangmerriman@lifepacific.edu909-706-3008
Lincoln Christian UniversityJessie C. Eury Library100 Campus View DriveLincolnIL62656U.S.Leslie StarastaInformation Services Librarianlstarasta@lincolnchristian.edu217-732-3168 x 2203
Luther Rice College & SeminarySmith LibraryParticipant3038 Evans Mill RoadLithoniaGA30038U.S.Alisha Blevins
Director of Library Services & Administration
Strengths include evangelical theology, Bible reference, etc.
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Luther Seminary Library2481 Como AvenueSt. PaulMN55108U.S.Peter WattersCirculation Coordinatorpwatters002@luthersem.edu651-641-3301
Lutheran Brethren SeminaryChristiansen Memorial Library1036 W. Alcott AvenueFergus FallsMN56537U.S.Brent AndrewsLibrarianlibrary@lbs.edu218-739-3375
Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary of Lenoir-Rhyne University
Lineberger Memorial Library4201 N Main StreetColumbiaSC29203U.S.Kellie
Theological library supporting one of the 7 seminaries of the ELCA. Strong holdings related to Lutheranism.
English, German
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Meadville Lombard Theological SchoolWiggin LibraryParticipant Plus180 N. Wabash Avenue, Suite 625ChicagoIL60601U.S.John LeekerDirector of Library and Archivesjleeker@meadville.eduPlease contact us at 35,000 volume print collection with emphasis on Unitarianism, Universalism, Unitarian Universalism, and Liberal Religion.English (mainly); some Hungarian, German, SpanishExtensive archival holdings with emphasis on liberal religion in the west, 20th century Unitarian Universalism, and communities within Unitarian Universalism traditionally underserved or excluded by traditional archives. Six special collections: Sankofa UUs of Color Special Collection, Angus MacLean Religious Education Special Collection, Humanist Special Collection, Cuentos Latinx UU Special Collection, Heresies UU Women Special Collection, Mulani Global U/U Special Collection.Undergraduate Students, Graduate/Doctor Students, FacultyMembers may borrow up to 3 books at a time from the Wiggin Library circulating collection. Books can be checked out for 4 weeks with the option to renew up to 4 months. Requests can be made for select scans of archival material. Rare books and books published pre-1870 are on-site use only. For full details on borrowing privileges, visit Yes, we will lend to Borrower Only and Global Collaborator institutions10/19/2015
Methodist Theological School in OhioDickhaut LibraryParticipant3081 Columbus PikeDelawareOH43015U.S.Elonda ClayDirector of the Libraryeclay@mtso.eduFront Desk 740-362-3450 740-362-3435
More than 133,000 print volumes are onsite.
English, German, and Spanish
Methodist archival materials
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, and Faculty
We do not mail resource materials out unless through ILL.
Borrower Only institutions and Global Collaborator Institutions only when the student has a residence in the state of Ohio.
Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary The Ora Byram Allison Memorial Library2095 Appling RoadCordovaTN38016U.S.Terrence Neal BrownDirector of Library ServicesTbrown@mabts.edu901-751-3007
Mid-Atlantic Christian UniversityWatson-Griffith Library715 N. Poindexter StreetElizabeth CityNC27909U.S.Justin LillardLibrary Directorlibrary@macuniversity.edu252-334-2046
Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary5001 N. Oak Street TrafficwayKansas CityMO64118U.S.Matthew MillsapAssistant Director of Library Servicesmmillsap@mbts.edu816-414-3729
Milligan UniversityMilligan LibrariesParticipant200 Blowers Blvd., P.O. Box 600MilliganTN37682U.S.Gary F. DaughtDirector of
General Library contact: email:, phone: 423-461-8703
Generally strong theological collection (Biblical Studies, Biblical Languages, Theology, Church History, Practical Theology) and significant lending and archival collections covering the Stone-Campbell Movement.
Primarily English; some German, French, and Latin
Helsabeck Archives of the Stone-Campbell Movement; Beauford Bryant New Testament Seminar Collection
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Visit the "Library Users" section of the Frequently Asked Questions page on the Milligan Libraries website, or contact the library by email or phone 423-461-8703 for more information.
Missio SeminaryMissio Seminary libraryParticipant Plus421 N 7th St
Ste 700
19123U.S.Shaelagh MartinDirector of Library Servicessmartin@missio.eduYes
215-368-5000 x112
11,000 print volumes--essential theology, biblical studies, pastoral ministry, counseling resources
English, Korean (limited)
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Can lend only print books
Borrow Only12/6/2022
Moody Bible InstituteCrowell LibraryParticipant Plus820 N. LaSalle BoulevardChicagoIL60610U.S.Angela L Martinez Circulation Supervisor Yes312-329-4136
Our print collection holdings primarily cover Biblical and Theological studies, with an extensive collection of Bible Commentaries, primarily from an Evangelical perspective. 
Archives: Historic Books, Foreign Languages, Bible Hymnal Collection, Audio Library, Dwight L Moody, Curriculum Lab (CurLab) and Juvenile Collection, Musical Score Library
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Patrons who do not have a Moody-issued ID would need to first complete a library card application, present a state issued ID, student ID, Moody spouse ID or ACTS borrower ID card , with proof of address (if ID not current)  and application fee (exact amount of cash or check). If driving, temporary parking passes will be provided to visitor at the front desk (Public Safety).
Global Collaborator Only
Moravian Theological SeminaryReeves Library1200 Main StreetBethlehemPA18018U.S.Elizabeth Young MillerResearch Instruction and Seminary Liason Librarian Millere@moravian.edu610-861-1676 Moravian collectionUndergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, FacultySome Moravian materials do not circulate7/14/2016
Mount St. Mary's UniversityHugh J. Phillips LibraryParticipant 16300 Old Emmitsburg RdEmmitsburgMD21727U.S.Emily HollandStudent Success
Please contact or call 301-447-5244.
academic and theological (Catholic institution)
Multnomah UniversityMitchell Library8435 NE Glisan StreetPortlandOR97220U.S.Pam MiddletonHead of Public Access Servicespamm@multnomah.edu503-251-5321
Non-denominational Bible commentaries and theological books
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
It is always helpful if the contact person at the potential borrower's school connects ahead of time to make sure things go smoothly for the student/faculty member borrowing.
Nashotah House Theological SeminaryFrances Donaldson LibraryParticipant2777 Mission RoadNashotahWI53058U.S.Carolina JohnsonAssistant Librariancirc@nashotah.eduYes262-646-6535
Broadly Anglican with particular interest on patristics
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Nazarene Theological SeminaryWilliam Broadhurst LibraryParticipant1700 E. Meyer BoulevardKansas CityMO64131U.S.Debra BradshawDirector of Library Servicesdebradshaw@nts.eduYes816-268-5472
Church of the Nazarene materials, Holiness materials
Wesleyan, American Holiness materials
Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
print onlyN/A10/19/2015
New Orleans Baptist Theological SeminaryJohn T. Christian Library4110 Seminary PlaceNew OrleansLA70126U.S.Rebekah PhillipsCirculation
504-282-4455 x 3215
The main library, the John T. Christian Library, is the largest theological collection in the gulf coast region. It includes extensive materials relating to theology, biblical studies, Christian education, pastoral ministries, and related fields. The Martin Music Library is a specialized library providing extensive music and worship related resources.
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Borrowers may check out up to five items at a time, for three weeks with one possible renewal.
North Park UniversityBrandel Library3225 W. Foster AvenueChicagoIL60625U.S.Steve SpencerTheological and Cataloging Librariansrspencer@northpark.edu773-244-5244, Evangelical Covenant Church, Swedish American Religious HistoryWe have many Swedish publications, especially from 19th-mid-20th century.Covenant Archives and Historical Library, Swedish American Archives of Greater ChicagoUndergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty10/19/2015
Northeastern Seminary at Roberts Wesleyan CollegeGolisano LibraryParticipant Plus2301 Westside DriveRochesterNY14624U.S.Kellie BarbatoDirector of Library Servicesbarbato_kellie@roberts.eduYes585-594-6501library.roberts.eduEcumenical collectionExtensive archives materials on Free Methodist history, including much of B. T. Roberts materials.
Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
We don't loan our reference collection materials.Borrower Only10/8/2018
Northern SeminaryBrimson Grow Library410 Warrenville Road, Suite 300LisleIL60532U.S.Janeane ForrestInterim Librarianlibrary@seminary.edu630-620-2115 HistoryBaptist HistoryGraduate/Doctoral Students, FacultyBorrowing restricted to Circulating items only.10/19/2015
Nyack College / Alliance Theological SeminaryEastman Library2 Washington StreetNew YorkNY10004U.S.Christy ChoiDirector of Library Serviceschristy.choi@nyack.edu646-378-6142
Over 35,000 print collection, 800,000 e-book collections, 116 electronic databases, Focus on practical and evangelical theology, rare & special archives on Dr. A.B. Simpson and Christian Missionary Alliance (C& MA).
A. B. Simpson Collection, Paul Milburn Hymnal Collection, Rayner Stevens Pardington Sermon Notes, Local History Collection, Bible Collection, Antique Christmas Cards, Ethnic Costumes and Fabrics
Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Max 10 print collections, 21 days and 1 renewal, Electronic resources only available on campus. Please contact the library prior to visit.
Oblate School of TheologyD. E. O'Shaughnessy Library 285 Oblate DriveSan AntonioTX78216U.S.Maria M. GarciaDirector of Librariesmagda@ost.edu210-341-1366
Olivet UniversityRalph D. Winter LibraryBorrower Only36401 Tripp Flats RoadAnzaCA92539U.S.Grace SuhHead
Many classic titles and commentaries for biblical and theological studies
English, Korean, Chinese
Asian collections
Undergraduate Students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Pacific Rim Christian University
Pacific Rim Christian University Library
2223 Ho'one'e Place HonoluluHI96822 U.S.Karen ClarkeLibrary
808-518-4791 x 131
Largest theological library in the State of Hawai'i with over 12,000 volumes.
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Payne Theological Seminary
Reverdy C. Ransom Memorial Library
1230 Wilberforce Clifton Road, Box 474WilberforceOH45502U.S.Lynn
African - American Theology (Liberation) African Methodist Episcopal Church
African Methodist Episcopal Church History
Graduate/Doctoral Students
Will scan certain archival materials - others in person use only
Phillips Theological Seminary901 N. Mingo RoadTulsaOK74116U.S.Sandy ShapovalDirector of the
Pittsburgh Theological SeminaryClifford E. Barbour LibraryParticipant Plus616 N. Highland AvenuePittsburghPA15206U.S.Tisha WooUser Services Librariantwoo@pts.eduFront Desk: 412-924-1354412-924-1356
A historic collection of almost 300,000 volumes particularly rich in Reformed theology, church history, and Bible. More recent collecting has also emphasized missions and global Christianity, ethics, and American religious history.
English, German, French, Latin, Greek, Hebrew
Histories of the Associate, Associate Reformed, United Presbyterian, and Presbyterian (U.S.A.) congregations, synods, and general assemblies; rare theological works dating from the Reformation; research materials for scholars of American and British hymnody (hymnals and songbooks); early 16th century imprints, 17th and 18th century British publications, first editions of British literary volumes.
Undergraduate students, Graduate/Doctoral Students, Faculty
Proof of current enrollment/employment. 10 items may be checked out with a 4 week loan period and 1 renewal.
We will lend to both Borrower Only and Global Collaborator patrons.