The Carver Project

works at the intersection of
university, church, and society.



Over 20 faculty participate in our interdisciplinary dinner and discussion series. Our inaugural retreat drew over 30 participants. We have convened 4 faculty-led reading groups reaching dozens of students, 1 national gathering of 25 Christian law faculty, and partnerships with campus ministries including InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Coalition for Christian Outreach, Christian Legal Fellowship, and Kairos. All of our faculty fellows volunteer their time with The Carver Project.


TCP faculty have collaborated with a number of local churches. We have 4 local pastors serving TCP as board members or volunteer staff. We host a theology reading group bringing together local pastors and ministry leaders.


TCP is facilitating a major book project edited by John Inazu and Tim Keller. Our annual Carver Conversation brings unique dialogues to the St. Louis community. Our website generates dozens of inquiries from prospective students. We have 20 local attorneys participating in our mentoring program to law students. TCP students, interns, and alumni around the country integrate faith and vocation in their daily work.