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June 28

The Rev. Dr. John Huh Named Dean of Chapel and Vice President for Student Life

Princeton Seminary is pleased to announce the appointment of Rev. Dr. John Huh as the Bryant M. Kirkland Dean of the Chapel and Vice President for Student Life.

June 9

Princeton Theological Seminary Embraces Bold Vision for PhD Program in a Changing World

Faculty Unanimously Endorses Recommendations from PhD Taskforce

June 2

Princeton Seminary Welcomes Four New Faculty Members

May 25

Responding to the Robb Elementary School Shooting in Texas

Yet another senseless act of violence took place yesterday when a gunman murdered innocent children and adults at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.

May 16

In Lament

Princeton Seminary joins the houses of worship around the country in deep lament over all who have been murdered by the racism that persists in our nation.

February 25

In Prayer for the People of Ukraine

As a people of faith, Princeton Seminary joins its voice to those around the world who are praying for peace in Ukraine.

February 14

Princeton Seminary Receives $1.25 Million Grant for Young Adult Ministry “Collaboratory”

Princeton Theological Seminary has received $1.25 million from Lilly Endowment Inc. to fund The Ministry Collaboratory @ Princeton.

February 2

Statement from the President Announcing His Retirement

President Barnes announces his retirement in 2023.

February 2

Princeton Seminary President Set to Retire in 2023

Change and community are hallmarks of M. Craig Barnes’ tenure

January 25

Board Vote on Chapel’s Name Is Another Step Forward in the Seminary's Journey of Repentance

At their meeting today, the Board of Trustees voted to disassociate the name of Samuel Miller from the chapel.

January 20

A New HTI $7.3 Million Grant Gives Princeton Seminary Latinx Students Greater Support

A $7.3 million Lilly Endowment Inc. grant to the Hispanic Theological Initiative will support the creation of a new program to help master's students.

January 18

A Statement from the President

Regarding the demonstration at Miller Chapel

December 14, 2021

Princeton Seminary Receives $1 Million Grant to Innovate New Models of Christian Leadership

October 14, 2021

A Biographical Reflection of Theodore Sedgwick Wright

By Professor Lisa Bowens

October 13, 2021

Princeton Seminary Names Library After Theodore Sedgwick Wright

August 3, 2021

Fire at Lenox House Extinguished

June 24, 2021

Princeton Seminary Launches Program to Empower Youth to Lead Ministries

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

May 12, 2021

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 4, 2021

Call for Papers: Conference to Explore Slavery and Religion

Scholars and experts must submit proposals by May 15

April 7, 2021

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 25, 2021

Statement on the Atlanta Murders

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

March 17, 2021

Our Commitment to Asians and Asian Americans

January 26, 2021

World Christianity Conference to Explore Christianity’s Interactions With Other Faiths

Examining Christianity’s increasingly diverse and dynamic global population

January 7, 2021

The Vision of the Constitution

September 9, 2020

An Update from the Antiracism Task Force

July 13, 2020

Princeton Seminary Files Amicus Brief

July 9, 2020

Our Commitment to International Students

June 23, 2020

A Call for Moral Leadership

Six divinity school deans and seminary presidents release a joint statement on the state of our national leadership

June 15, 2020

Doing Justice

President Barnes outlines actions the Seminary is taking to build a more just way of life together under God.

June 1, 2020

On the Recent Murders of African Americans in the U.S.

Members of the Princeton Seminary faculty have written a statement in response to the recent murders of African Americans in the United States.

May 29, 2020

Statement on the Death of George Floyd

By President M. Craig Barnes

March 20, 2020

COVID-19 Update

The Latest and Archived List of Messages from President Barnes

March 2, 2020

Princeton Seminary Reaffirms Its Commitment to Help Rebuild Puerto Rico

From March 6 to March 14, 18 members of the Seminary community will travel to Puerto Rico to assist in revitalization efforts.

November 6, 2019

Campus Construction and Traffic Updates

Princeton Seminary begins to upgrade facilities to create a deeply formative residential experience while maintaining its commitment to historic preservation.

October 30, 2019

Seminary Announces New Direction for Campus Redevelopment

October 18, 2019

Princeton Theological Seminary Announces Plan to Repent for Ties to Slavery

The Seminary will roll out more than 20 new initiatives by 2024

June 6, 2019

Princeton Seminary and Overseas Ministries Study Center Forge Partnership

The two institutions mark their new alliance at MOU signing ceremony June 5

April 10, 2019

12 Churches Awarded $15,000 to Design Youth Ministry Programs

Teens, Adults Work Together on Princeton Theological Seminary Initiative

February 4, 2019

Liberation Theologian Yvette Flunder Brings Message of Radical Inclusion

Recognized for her more than 30-year social justice ministry, Rev. Dr. Yvette A. Flunder, delivers the Prathia Hall Lecture

January 22, 2019

Princeton Seminary Names New Director of Alumni Relations

October 29, 2018

A Letter in Response to the Synagogue Shootings

September 24, 2018

Friday Flicks Explore Faith

Princeton Theological Seminary Offers Free Film Series Open to the Public

April 9, 2018

Ethiopian Community Gathers to Remember and Honor a Patriarch of their Faith

Program and lecture strengthens a connection with one of the fastest growing immigrant communities in the United States

Educating faithful Christian leaders.

Chaplain at the Hill School, Pottstown, Pennsylvania

Khristi Adams, Class of 2008

“At Princeton, we had precept groups—we’d engage text and debate. That gave me confidence to have those conversations anywhere.”