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Planning with Purpose, Planting with Promise

They are the shoots that I planted, the work of my hands, so that I might be glorified. (Isaiah 60:21)

Have you considered how planned giving to Princeton Theological Seminary prepares faithful Christian leaders? The incredible legacy inherited by today's students started with seeds of generosity from past sowers. There are many wonderful ways a planned gift may realize your personal, financial, and philanthropic goals while ensuring personal financial security. We invite you to plant ...

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Stories from Our Donors:

The Rev. Dr. Kenneth E. Kovacs '90 MDiv

Two strong influences on Ken Kovacs' Presbyterian faith were his Scottish-born grandmother and Princeton Theological Seminary. As a youngster, Ken met many PTS Seminarians - his home church in Northern New Jersey was a PTS field education site. Ken earned his undergraduate degree at Rutgers University and then nearly missed ...

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The Rev. Dr. Kenneth E. Kovacs '90 MDiv

Tom Harmon '06 and Kelley Anne Angleberger '07

Tom Harmon '06 and Kelley Anne Angleberger '07 met as students at Princeton Theological Seminary, married in 2011, and eventually added three children to their family.

For Kelley and Tom, Princeton Seminary is "the place where it all began." It is the place where they met, received their call to ...

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Tom Harmon '06 and Kelley Anne Angleberger '07

Melissa Anne (May) Rogers '94

"Because I work in pastoral care and share in many experiences with those who are dying, I know how fragile this beautiful life is and feel compelled to make sure I can give thanks - in life and in death. Because others had this understanding, my seminary education was supported ...

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Melissa Anne Rogers '94, husband Jim, and sons Charlie and Luke

Educating faithful Christian leaders.

Associate Rector at Trinity Church, Princeton, New Jersey

Nancy Hagner, Class of 2013

“Preaching is one of the most important things we do as pastors. You get to challenge people’s minds and hearts, as the gospel challenges all of us. ”