Field ed took Ryan Pearce out of his comfort zone
Seminary students lead meaningful conversations that foster mutual respect
Field study introduced Barbara Florvil to Alfred Street Baptist Church and her calling
Seminary interns take on a high level of responsibility, planning, and executing projects
Ruth Santana-Grace brings people together even in a climate that seeks to divide
A small community in New York helps build a school in Liberia
Seminary students partner with Princeton University students in community service and civic engagement
Leveraging the unconventional faith journey
Seminary and international studies clarified Thomas Wong's calling to Japan
A Christian think tank's tools for respectful discussion
Seminary interns provide patients with spiritual resources.
Changing lives through adventure ministry
Students bring skill, passion, and compassion to an innovative urban Pre K-8 school
Reflections on how field education shapes students for ministry
“Students are a crucial part of our programming.” Chaplain Liaison Rev. Miriam Diephouse-McMillan
Seminary student interns learn how to minister in a community where different faiths are practiced.
A photo gallery from Northern Ireland by Ryan Pearce
A 20-year partnership with this nonpartisan Christian think tank
Seminary student interns are “vital educators” for Trenton-area youth.
Field education helped discern her future.
Seminary interns bring hope to an organization that serves people affected by mental illness.
Jonathan Burke’s interest in prison ministry began with a PTS course that addressed both trauma studies and one-on-one counseling.
2018 graduate Andre A. Samuels shares his story
Mariana Thomas MDiv '19 on her international field education experience in Ghana
Richard Anthony Anderson MDiv '18 reflects on his experience in Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE)
Thomas Dearduff ’18 MATS reflects on his field education experience in Cape Town, South Africa
Students share how field education is shaping them for ministry
Rebecca Gilmer ’19 MDiv shares about her international field education experience in India
Zoë Garry ’19 MDiv shares about her experience serving at The Chautauqua Institution
“My passion is doing what I can to empower and liberate people who are hurting. PTS has made me a better person and pastor because it’s given me the tools to better serve the oppressed and marginalized.”