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Growing in Grace and Gratitude Curriculum Workshop
Monday, April 20, 2015 2:00 p.m.
- 5:00 p.m.
Reigner Reading Room
presents a workshop introducing the PC(U.S.A.)'s NEW fall 2015 children's curriculum,
Growing in Grace and Gratitude. Let us know you're
It will explore grace and gratitude as the theological hallmark of the Presbyterian
tradition. The workshop will showcase the importance of nurturing children through an
invitation to discipleship that inspires them to learn and practice hospitality,
generosity, and love.
Easter Means New Life! An Easter Celebration
Saturday, March 28, 2015 10:00 a.m. -
Reigner Reading Room presents a spring fesitval of arts and crafts, and an Easter egg
hunt for the children of the Princeton Seminary Community. Princeton Seminary families
are welcome to attend. Join us in Library Room 2050, on the second floor near the
"Bethlehem Star" An Advent Celebration
Saturday, December 6, 2014 at 10:00
Princeton Seminary students, staff, faculty and their families are invited to the Reigner
Reading Room (Library, Room 2050) for an advent craft and story from 10 a.m. until noon.
Pre-registration preferred by November 29, 2014. To reserve your seat, call 497.7915 or
497.7916, or email Sarita Ravinder, Christian Education and Congregational Liaison
Librarian. Students, faculty and staff may also register via Facebook.
Theological Libraries Month, October 2014
Celebrate with us throughout the month by following the library on social media and
sharing your favorite things about the library with the hashtag #TLM2014.
Book Spine Poetry
As a theological library, Princeton Theological Seminary Library encourages you to be
creative, think deeply and look at things in new ways. This October, why not channel a
little of that creativity into turning our print collections into art? Create a book
spine poem for Theological Libraries Month and share it on Twitter with the hashtag
#TLM2014. Not on Twitter? Not a problem! Just email a picture of your poem to
Here's an example of a book spine poem from books in the Karl Barth Collection:
Movements of grace
The mystery of God
The crucified among the crossbearers
Ever against the stream
book spine poem by Nathan Maddox of the Center for Barth Studies, 2014
TLM Book Raffle
Beginning October 7, library card carrying patrons are invited to fill out ballots at the
first floor service desk. Write your name, email and library card barcode on the ballot
and fold. Drop the ballot into the container. Ballots may be submitted from 8 a.m.
Monday through 1 p.m. Thursday beginning Tuesday 7 October. Drawings will be held each
Thursday at 3 p.m. Winners not present at the time of the drawings will be contacted via
email. More information