Virtual Open House: Learn More About the Farminary

May 26 at 2–3 p.m. ET

You are invited to attend our virtual open house session to ask questions, learn more about Princeton Theological Seminary’s degree programs, and meet representatives from the Office of Admissions.

This week: Learn More About the Farminary

Located at the Seminary’s 21-acre farm, the Farminary is a garden of innovation and an incubator for leadership. The Farminary Project at Princeton Seminary integrates theological education with small-scale regenerative agriculture in the conviction that the skills and character vital to faithful Christian leadership must be formed in direct relationship with God’s good creation. Through the Farminary, students dive into topics related to ecology, sustainability, and food justice while learning to live into a different rhythm of life governed by the seasons and Sabbath. As students study and tend the soil alongside one another, they experience a deep dimension of Christian community and learn to love God, creation, and one another in new ways. The Farminary is also the site for the Seminary’s concentration in Theology, Ecology, and Faith Formation, which is open to all master’s-level students.

Nate Stucky
Director of the Farminary Project

Emma Lietz Bilecky
Farminary Fellow

Join us for a conversation with Nathan Stucky, the director of the Farminary project, and Farminary Fellow Emma Bilecky to learn more about the Farminary, ecology and sustainability, and faith formation. Bring your curiosity and your questions!

We look forward to seeing you then!


There is no cost for this event but registration is required.

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Kathleen M. O’Connor, Class of 1984

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