We believe that our Library plays an essential role in the process of biblical and theological education.
With access to 21,000 volumes, the Library supports the mission of the College by serving as an extension of the classroom and as a resource for learning in conjunction with the curriculum and in independent study. Students and faculty utilize the Library to expand and build on the learning process taking place in the classroom and in ministry.
As a dynamic workshop for self-development, for class related and extra-curricular study and for research, the Library seeks to assist in the promotion of life-long intellectual, cultural and spiritual development.
It is equipped with a photocopy/scanner machine and a computer lab section Access to the internet is also offered through Wi-Fi in the library, as well as in other areas..
The College library is open for visitors from 9:00 to 17:00. In consultation with the Librarian, visitors are welcome to use the library after receiving a visitor’s card from the secretary.
Finally, if you would like to learn news and to be informed about developments in the library, we suggest that you Like the official Facebook page of the library!
As our immediate goal is to reach 25,000 volumes for the start of a graduate program, our library accepts financial donations or donations of academic books that will enrich and enhance its collection.
If you wish to donate books from your personal collection, for convenience purposes, please check our catalog for duplicate books as they will not be accepted. Alternatively, you can e-mail the list of your books for duplicate check to the librarian.
Please complete and sign the following form: Book Donation Policy.
If you wish to purchase books for our library, our catalog can be found at the following link and is regularly updated according to our needs: