Rev. Patrick David Heery, ’11 MDiv, writes about not rushing the Advent season in an editorial for The Citizen.
From the food preparation to the last morsel of each meal, the people of Princeton Seminary are in community at Mackay dining hall.
Jacqueline Lapsley recently began her appointment as dean and vice president of academic affairs.
John Francis Maher is a recording music artist and Episcopalian rector who melds his two worlds together to address social ills.
Rev. Mandy Sloan McDow has zero need for a church building, not while parishioners are without a place to call home.
Assistant Professor Sonia Waters’ new book aims to both define substance addiction and help care for those in its grip.
Alumna Farhana Nazir shares the gospel and empowers women in Pakistan.
Nate Stucky, director of The Farminary Project, is featured in a new article exploring the subject of food waste as a religious issue.
President Barnes talked with Presbyterian News Service about what the research revealed.
“Princeton Seminary helped me think critically and understand the relationship that humanity has with religion—historically, emotionally, and spiritually.”