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The Annual Fund for Princeton Theological Seminary—Stepping Forward in Faith—supports the Seminary’s mission of preparing women and men to serve Jesus Christ in ministries in congregations, communities, and the larger church, providing resources for student scholarships, a faculty of scholars invested in the life of the church, a world-class library, new technologies, practical field education, services for students, and day-to-day operations. These essential components of a theological education sustain our students in their work, study, and prayer. By stepping forward in faith and giving to the Annual Fund, you join the larger Princeton Seminary community in its service to Christ’s church across the nation and around the world.

For more information about giving to the Annual Fund, contact Susannah Coleman in the Department of Advancement at 800.622.6767, ext. 7750 or 609.497.7750.


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Your Gifts at Work

Your gift makes it possible for the Seminary to provide a deep and broad theological education to men and women preparing for ministry. Read about how our students and alumni/ae are making a real difference in the church and the world.

    

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Deanna Ferree Womack, M.Div. 2007, Th.M., 2008, taught religious education classes and served as a chaplain with the Secondary Evangelical School administered by the National Evangelical (Presbyterian) Synod of Lebanon and Syria in Zahle, Lebanon. In 2006, two days after graduating, she participated in a seminar being offered by Princeton Seminary on Christian-Muslim relations in the Sultanate of Oman. read more...

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Graham J. Baird, M.Div., 2000, David Sang Chil Yi, M.Div., 2001, and Scott Bowerman, M.Div., 1990, were recipients of The Sam and Helen R. Walton Award, $50,000 given annually to new church developments in the Presbyterian Church (USA). Find out what these alumni are doing to grow the church. read more...  

 

 



Giving Societies

 

 Giving societies honor and thank alumni/ae and friends who have made exceptionally generous gifts for all purposes to Princeton Theological Seminary.

  • 1812 Society­—Lifetime gifts of $100,000 or more
     
  • Archibald Alexander Society—Annual gifts of $20,000 or more
  • Isabella Brown Society—Annual gifts of $10,000 to 19,000
  • President’s Circle—Annual gifts of $5,000 to $9,999
  • Robert E. Speer Society—Annual gifts of $2,500 to $4,999
  • Charles Hodge Society—Annual gifts of $1,000 to $2,499
  • Samuel Miller Society—Annual gifts of $500 to $999
  • Muriel Van Orden Jennings Society—Annual gifts of $250 to $499
  • William Tennent Society—Annual gifts of $100 to $249

Read more about the giving societies.