Join us April 16–19 for a dramatic presentation of Steven Dietz’s Paragon Springs, an entertaining, illuminating drama about political gamesmanship, the lure of capitalism, and the greed of small town self-interest in the 1920s. Free and open to the public. Read more.
Professor Kenda Creasy Dean leads Father Greg Bezilla, Sara Tillema ’17, Meredith Cox ’18, Jess Rigel ’18, and Tony Ficatier ’16 in exploring entrepreneurial models for campus ministry at Princeton University and Rutgers University. Read more here.
Remembering the legacy of preacher, pastor, and civil rights activist, the Reverend Dr. Gardner C. Taylor. Learn more.
Read reflections from the most recent inaugurates David Lose ’00, Jeff Carter ’06, and Marvin McMickle ’83 DMin on the challenges of their presidencies, and skills for success.
Explore the power and the role of the Holy Spirit in youth ministry. Hear from leading theologians, youth ministry veterans, engaging preachers, and innovative church leaders. Learn more.
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Princeton Seminary is happy to announce its ever-popular spring book sale, April 15–18. Read more.
Take our online guided tour to see the Princeton Seminary campus at any time, from any location.
Join us on Wednesday, April 22 for an interactive presentation and a calligraphy demonstration. View the exhibit and stay for the reception. Learn more.
Don’t have time to travel to Princeton Seminary for a visit? Join us April 23 for a free virtual fair. Open to all prospective students. Register here.
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