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Join partners, friends, and colleagues for conversations, colloquiums, and conferences on topics that impact your House of Worship today.

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Changing the Conversation: The Theology of Reproductive Justice

Join The Rev. Dr. Rebecca Todd Peters for a conversation on reproductive theologies as she explores themes such as justice and ethics.


A Live Q&A on the Future of Youth Ministry

Join Princeton Theological's special Q&A session with IYM Director Megan DeWald and Assistant Director Liz Moore to learn more about the future of youth ministry. 


Black History: Unsung Heroes of the Environmental Justice Movement

Join the UCC in celebration of past environmental justice leaders and their historic contributions to the movement. We will lift up and reflect upon the lives of these champions for justice: Dana Alston, Cecil Corbin-Mark, Hazel Johnson, Patsy Oliver, Gloria Roberts, Damu Smith, Emelda West, and Margaret Williams. To fully appreciate their impact and legacy, we will hear from those in the movement who knew them. Panelists include Robert Bullard, Cheryl Johnson, Vernice Miller, Peggy Shepard, and Beverly Wright.


Christ Among the Classes: Toward an Asian-American Theology of Wealth and Poverty

Join Rev. Tizon, lead pastor of Grace Fellowship Community Church in San Francisco, CA, and affiliate professor of missional and global leadership at North Park Theological Seminary, for a dialogue on wealth, poverty, and the AAPI experience. Hosted by Princeton Theological Seminary's Center for Asian American Christianity. 


Shades of Black: Doing Theology and Ethics in a World on Fire

Join the James H. Cone and Emilie M. Townes Lectureship at Garrett-Evangelical honoring the scholarship, ministries, and lives of two of our most prominent alums. This lecture delivered by Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas, will focus on Black Religious Thought and the Black Religious Experience.


Let's Talk Globally with GETS

Join Garrett for a Let’s Talk Globally session where we discuss a topic or issue pertinent in an international context. The point of these conversations is to inform, educate, and discuss international issues that do not always get media attention in the US.  This event will be held both in-person (lunch will be provided) and online.


Betsey Stockton Center for Black Church Studies

Join Princeton Theological for a conversation with Parsonage Board of Advisors member  Dr. David Latimore, Director of the Betsey Stockton Center for Black Church Studies, and learn more about the vision and work of the center.


Thriving in Rural and Small-Town UCC Churches & Ministries

A recent United Church of Christ (UCC) survey found that over 60% of UCC congregations have small memberships, mostly found in rural and small-town settings. Join the UCC for this 3-part Nurture the Soul series featuring the vitality and thriving experiences of rural and small-town church settings. Members and pastoral leaders share their personal life experiences in rural and small towns, the innovative ways of doing church and ministry in these settings, and their essential contributions to the wider UCC.


How Order and Chaos Shape Theology

What significance do the concepts of order and chaos hold in our theologies? How do they influence our understanding of creation and eschatology? Community and justice? Join Princeton Theological's Dr. Hanna Reichel for a conversation to discuss these questions and more.


Cátedra Paulo Freire 2024: Navigating Educational Landscape in Unsettling Times

In the contemporary landscape of global education, the rise of hate, greed, prejudice, and authoritarianism poses significant challenges to the principles of critical pedagogy. As we traverse the educational landscape of the 21st century, Cátedra Paulo Freire 2024, “Navigating Educational Landscape in Unsettling Times” conference invites educators, researchers, activists, and church leaders to join forces in safeguarding the transformative power of education against the encroachment of authoritarian ideologies. This conference is presented by Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary.


Craft: The Future of Youth Ministry   $

Join Princeton Theological Seminary for 3.5 days of worship, workshops, and small groups in productive conversations that give voice to our collective hopes, dreams, and ideas for the future of youth ministry.

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