October 20–22, 2014

As Princeton Seminary alumni/ae, we value the lifelong friendships and professional bonds nurtured during our residential education. We also highly prize learning opportunities that positively impact our ability to serve God. Coming to Princeton Seminary’s reunion, provides an ideal opportunity to celebrate our common bonds, and be exposed to first-rate preaching, lectures, and workshops. 

This year, the Office of Alumni/ae Relations has collaborated with the Alumni/ae Association Executive Council to answer the question, “How do we make reunions transformational and relational experiences rather than simply informational?” To that end, we offer the following:

Transformational: This year’s reunion theme “Fulfilling the Great Commission: Making Disciples of Jesus” (Matthew 28:18–20), seeks to present missional and disciple-making ideas and tools that can be used in preaching, teaching, programming, and social action ministries.

Be sure to register, so that you can:

    • Attend the inaugural President’s Choice Lecture given by Eugene H. Peterson, renowned author and winner of the Gold Medallion Book Award for The Message: The Bible in Contemporary Language, and the Geddes W. Hanson Lecture, given by Jonathan L. Walton (’02, ’06 PhD), the Plummer Professor of Christian Morals and Pusey Minister in the Memorial Chapel, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, and professor of religion and society, Harvard Divinity School, Harvard University.

    • Hear exceptional preaching by President Barnes (’81), Professor Nancy Lammers Gross (’81, ’92 PhD), and alumnus Pastor Dharius Daniels (’04).

   • Come to lectures by Professors Darrell L. Guder and Richard R. Osmer, and alumna Amanda Drury (’05, ’12 PhD). They will address challenges the church faces in living out and preaching on the Great Commission.

   • Experience inspirational and practical workshops led by Professor Bo Karen Lee (’99, ’07 PhD ) and other alumni/ae on “Spiritual Exercises for Ministry Leaders,” “Building a Disciple-Making Congregation,” “Making of Korean Protestant Christianity,” and on a variety of other topics. Click here for the list.

   • Discounted Pricing: Alumni/ae who have graduated within the last ten years will receive a reduced registration rate to attend reunion. Click here for more information.

You are important to Princeton Seminary and we want to continue to support you throughout your career. Feel free to contact the Department of Advancement with any questions.