We care about more than just your grades – we care about the rest of your lives, including your spouse and children. There are a variety of places where your spouses can find community, hospitality and opportunities for spiritual formation as they walk the seminary journey alongside you.
- Receive sem-community Information via Email: The seminary uses a subject-based email system that lets users subscribe to email messages based on their subject. If users are interested in a subject, then can indicate it, and will subsequently receive messages sent under that subject. To subscribe, the student needs to go to the Seminary Website > Current Students > Tools & Resources > Manage Seminary Email Preferences, and indicate their preferences.
- Soulcare: Soulcare, a non-profit ministry founded and directed by Carol Muller, seeks to enfold, encourage and equip the spouses of students at Calvin Theological Seminary.
- Ladies Night Out: Ladies Night Out is a chance for women from the seminary community to get together for an evening of fun, fellowship and food. We meet once a month alternating between Applebee’s and On the Border at 9pm and we’d love to have you join us! See our 2011-2012 schedule. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:
- Counseling: Subsidized marriage counseling is available for students with the seminary paying $50.00 per session and the student paying the balance.Karl Wierenga, a trained therapist with decades of experience in many areas of counseling, counsels Calvin Theological Seminary students and their spouses individually or as couples on Mondays in the Broene Counseling Center at Calvin College. The cost per session is a $10.00 co-pay.Calvin Theological Seminary, mindful that healthy marriages and families can enhance the opportunity for successful ministry, is joined with Soulcare ministries to offer encouragement, enrichment and support to spouses of students.