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September 16

Connecting Theology with Lived Experience

Sarah Bixler explores big questions about faith formation and the future of church

September 13

Easten Law: Asian American Belonging, Blurred Identities, and Boba Tea

Listen to Dr. Law's appearance on Lived Theology in Asian America, a podcast from the Center for Asian American Christianity

September 9

Approaching Cultural Divisions with Empathy

MDiv candidate Amar Peterman on the radical act of the Gospel of Jesus in our world today: loving our neighbors

September 6

Helen Jin Kim: Korean Christians and Evangelicalism

Listen to Dr. Kim's appearance on Lived Theology in Asian America, a podcast from the Center for Asian American Christianity

September 3

Iron Sharpening Iron Empowers Women Clergy to Lead

Through a two-year program, participants take part in executive leadership seminars, workshops, and more

August 25

A Space for Spiritual Practice and Reflection

Outdoor labyrinth provides opportunity to focus on spiritual well-being

August 17

Enter the Parlor

Doing Christian Theology is a new introductory course inviting students to get a small taste of four areas of theology

August 10

Breaking Barriers

A leader in the global church, Najla Kassab says churches must reimagine their role in the world

August 4

So You Say

Professor Chip Dobbs-Allsopp examines the Bible as an orality

August 3

Fire at Lenox House Extinguished

July 28

Antiracism Formation Is Essential to Christian Leadership

New initiative seeks to promote antiracism as a daily practice

July 21

Following Coup, Myanmar Alumni Engage in Public Theology

Professor Richard Fox Young reflects on the importance of seeing and supporting a people in crisis

July 19

Recap: 2021 World Christianity Virtual Conference

Scholars around the globe gathered online to examine Christianity’s interaction with other faiths

July 12

Extending a Welcome

Hagar’s Community Church is an inclusive worshipping community for the incarcerated individuals of the Washington Correction Center for Women

July 7

Creating Just, Equitable Spaces for the Least of These

Darnell Moore’s faith fuels his advocacy for underrepresented voices

June 30

Planting the Seeds for Covenant Community

Newly expanded community garden a place to engage with theology and the land

June 24

Princeton Seminary Launches Program to Empower Youth to Lead Ministries

The Institute for Youth Ministry provides tools and mentorship to intergenerational teams

June 22

Remembering Dr. Geddes "Guy" W. Hanson

Dr. Hanson’s life-giving hospitality profoundly bettered the lives of students

June 15

Exploring the Big Question: What Is Ecclesiastical Imagination?

Professor Gordon Mikoski discusses imagination as a philosophical, theological, and anthropological phenomenon

June 8

Reimagining Faith in Community

Through the Trenton Design Incubator, congregations created programs to more deeply engage their young people

June 3

A Scholar’s Call

Jung-Sook Lee is a teacher, leader, and scholar of the Protestant Reformation

June 1

Recap: Reunion 2021

Relive Reunion 2021 with video and audio highlights!

May 27

Bedside Ministry

As a hospice chaplain, Emily Phillips Davis journeys with patients and their families during a holy and vulnerable time

May 24

Recap: 2021 Asian American Theology Conference

Watch or listen to sessions from the 2021 Asian American Theology Conference

May 19

Professor Paul Rorem Retires

Rorem helped prepare students for a journey of lifelong scholarship

May 18

Professor Elsie McKee Retires

McKee hopes most to be remembered as a bridge between Africa and North America as well as for teaching the pastoral side of John Calvin

May 14

2021 Commencement Set for May 15

Princeton Seminary will confer candidates at a virtual ceremony

May 12

New Director to Lead Black Church Studies at the Seminary

The Rev. Dr. David Latimore's full-time position and the renaming of the Betsey Stockton Center for Black Church Studies are the Seminary’s latest acts of repentance

May 10

The Ministry of New City Kids

Revs. Linda and Trevor Rubingh have created a holistic platform of development that combines spirituality, leadership, academics, and music

May 6

Feeding the Spirit

MDiv candidate Ruth Mangual on answering her call to ministry

May 4

Call for Papers: Conference to Explore Slavery and Religion

Scholars and experts must submit proposals by May 15

April 28

Community Building with Student Life Resident Daniel Heath

In a season of social distancing, Daniel Heath brings a joyful, creative spirit to community engagement

April 21

Lived theology in Asian America conference will focus on social, racial justice

Free two-day conference designed to educate and empower congregational leaders

April 19

Empowering Daring Witness in Today’s Challenging Times

When expressing our faith, Professor Sally Brown encourages looking for glimpses of God in the everyday spaces of our lives

April 14

Exploring COVID-19 Through the Lens of Karl Barth

ThM candidate Reese Grosfeld delves into the meaning of freedom

April 12

Recap: Spring Choral Concert

Watch In the Garden, a Concert of Readings and Anthems on the Octave of Easter

April 7

A Call for Solidarity

Members of the Princeton Seminary faculty have written a call for solidarity in response to the increasing acts of violence against Asians and Asian Americans.

March 29

Recap: The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Lecture Featuring Dr. Marc Lamont Hill

Watch the 2021 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Lecture

March 25

Statement on the Atlanta Murders

The Center for Asian American Christianity responds to the murders of eight human beings in Atlanta, Georgia.

March 17

Our Commitment to Asians and Asian Americans

March 10

Princeton Seminary Alums Build Student Housing to Fund Campus Ministry

Mark Elsdon and Erica Liu share their innovative approach to creating a thriving campus ministry.

March 3

Redefining Sin as Suffering

If you ask Sonia Waters, addiction isn’t a moral failing to be punished. It’s an expression of suffering to which ministers must respond.

February 25

Servant Leadership

Sushama Austin-Connor engages in public theology at Princeton Seminary, connecting pastors to cutting-edge developments in the academy.

February 17

A Call to Something More

From theatre to fatherhood, real estate, and fashion, Peter Manning shares his path to seminary

February 12

The 2021 Lenten Devotional Available for Download

Everyone is welcome to view Princeton Seminary’s Lenten devotional, which is filled with reflections and stories by members of the Seminary community.

February 2

Sparking Difficult Conversations About Racial Injustice

Anti-Racism Design Lab participants create tools to help congregations address racism

January 27

Musical Ministry

How one pastor bridges a cultural divide with the power of song

January 21

A Veteran Youth Pastor Reimagines His Ministry

Through apprenticeships and classes, Matt Overton helps teens forge their own identities

January 14

Exploring Christianity’s Increasingly Diverse Global Population

World Christianity scholars examine globalization’s impact on the dynamics of faith

January 7

The Vision of the Constitution

January 5

Princeton Seminary Alumna and Board of Trustee Member Appointed House Chaplain

Rear Admiral Margaret Grun Kibben is the first woman to serve as Chaplain in either chamber of Congress

December 29, 2020

A New Perspective

Raimundo Barreto, recently promoted to associate professor of world Christianity, brings a global focus to Princeton Seminary

December 15, 2020

Recap: Electoral Aftermath: Can We Still Begin Again?

Watch or listen to a conversation between Eddie Glaude and Keri Day

December 14, 2020

Professor Nancy Duff Retires

Duff taught students to understand moral issues in theological ways

December 7, 2020

Leading by Example

Angela Ying bridges ministry with social justice

December 2, 2020

Maintaining Spiritual Life on Campus in Our New Normal

The Chapel Office provides spiritual caretaking in a multitude of ways

November 23, 2020

Discernment and the Significance of Storytelling

Tyler Davis awarded prestigious Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship

November 19, 2020

The Stuff of Politics

Nyle Fort, a 2020 Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellow, on Black grief and activism

November 9, 2020

COPING WITH COVID-19: Practicing Self Compassion

Wanda Sevey on reclaiming a place of safety through God's presence

November 2, 2020

David Chao Appointed Director of Asian American Program

Through the program, Chao seeks to expand and enrich the conversation about Asian American theology and ministry

October 29, 2020

Connecting Communities in Northern Ireland and Beyond

As community leader of Corrymeela, Alexander Wimberly fosters curiosity, understanding, and reconciliation

March 22, 2019

Congolese "Sisters" Help Women in Need

Led by Elsie McKee, Seminary community members helped to open the Tomisunga Women’s Center in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Educating faithful Christian leaders.

Pastor at Grace Presbyterian Church, Crystal City, Missouri

Joshua Noah, Class of 2015

“Through my field education placement at Trinity Presbyterian Church in East Brunswick, New Jersey, I discovered my gift to minister to all age groups.”