Rice is scheduled to speak at the school on May 8 as part of a series on faith and the future of American democracy.
Bishop Chip Stokes will retire in June.
Jonathan Lee Walton replaces M. Craig Barnes, who served as president of the seminary for a decade.
The Rev. Dr. Jonathan Lee Walton has been selected to serve as the eighth president of Princeton Theological Seminary. Walton currently serves as the dean of the Wake Forest University School of Divinity in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, where he also holds the Presidential Chair in Religion and Society. Prior to joining Wake Forest University, he…
The first event in the series will take place Oct. 13.
The Rev. Jane Milliken Hague has been appointed to serve as the interim rector at All Saints’ Church in Princeton. She will begin working at the Episcopal parish, located on All Saints Road just north of the Princeton Shopping Center, on Sept. 26. In addition to officiating at services and managing church affairs, Hague will…
South Bound Brook, 17 miles north of Princeton, has a large Ukrainian American community.
The board of trustees meets today, Jan. 25.
Samuel Miller was the second professor at the seminary, and used slave labor.
The goal of the project is to innovate when it comes to pastoral leadership.
Refugees need items like gloves, hats, and blankets now that cold weather is here.
Donate supplies, help fund a social worker, or volunteer your time.
The garden is located on HomeFront’s Ewing campus.
Rabbi Andrea Merow begins her new job on July 1.
Jewish groups in the Mercer County area are planning to protest antisemitism Thursday, June 17, at a rally in Princeton. The demonstration comes after fighting in the Middle East sparked tensions in the U.S. Harassment targeting Jews broke out in some places during the 11 days of fighting between Israelis and Palestinians that ended in a…
The Rev. Amy Cornell comes to Cranbury from a parish in Mercer County.
Pride Month commemorates the Stonewall riots, which occurred in June of 1969. Many pride events are held in June to recognize the impact LGBT people have had in the world.
The center has been renamed as part of a multi-year action plan to repent for the seminary’s historical ties to slavery.