Our relationship with our students doesn’t stop at graduation. We want alumni to have a lifelong connection with the Seminary. Alumni Relations is working to strengthen the ties that connect us as alumni, colleagues in ministry, and servants of Jesus Christ. We hope you’ll get involved by volunteering, attending an event, using library resources, or coming back to campus.
The mission of Princeton Theological Seminary is carried out every day through our alumni, who serve in many contexts in more than seventy countries around the world. Our alumni form an incredible network of faithful Christian leaders serving in churches, nonprofit organizations, hospitals, and schools. We are grateful for your service and are dedicated to walking with you in your ministry.
View photos from a recent alumni event in San Marino (Los Angeles County), California.
Please mark your calendars for May 14–16 and join us for the 2018 Alumni Reunion.
The theme for this year’s reunion is Creating Covenant Community. Come and engage with our phenomenal list of speakers, workshops and activities. Dr. Miroslav Volf, professor from Yale Divinity School, is our keynote speaker and will lecture on “Trust and Trustworthiness.” The Rev. Dr. Brian K. Blount, President of Union Presbyterian Seminary, will be honored as the Distinguished Alum. Rear Admiral Margaret Kibben, the Chief of Navy Chaplains, is the Alumni Association Executive Council (AAEC) service award speaker. Hear stories from our newest faculty members during our “This is My Story” session. Finally, be reformed in our three worship services in Miller Chapel.
Registration is now open! The cost is $195.00 before Valentine’s Day and $225.00 after Valentine’s Day. The single day rate is $100.00. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the Alumni Relations Office at any time.
Rev. Brian K. McCollum ’10
Director of Alumni Relations
“One of the biggest lessons I learned was how to be charitable to views other than my own. Christian charity was shown to me, not just in the readings for class, but from the professors, and the Seminary community.”