Come be fed, as we gather and connect over a shared meal
Dear Monmouth Presbytery,
Why on earth would Princeton Theological Seminary want to train leaders for service in the church and world at a farm? How did the Farminary come into existence, and what actually happens at the Farminary? At our next CommUNITY Gathering, we will touch on these questions, and also provide an opportunity for you to reflect on how the Farminary might have inspiring implications for your own ministry.
Our presenter, the Rev. Dr. Nathan Stuckey, grew up on a farm in Kansas, where his love for Christian faith and agriculture first took root. Later, he earned his MDiv and a PhD from PTS, and now serves as our Director of the Farminary Project. Ordained in the Mennonite Church (USA), Nathan engages Farminary work as integral to his calling to teaching ministry.
Just click here to register, and feel free to invite colleagues who may be interested. Respond by October 30th, and get the lunch of your choice for the reduced rate of just $5.00 (normally $12.25).
Prior to our Gathering, you are also invited to join the Seminary community in worship at Miller Chapel from 11:30 -12:00 pm. At noon, select your lunch from the Mackay Dining Room, and then join us for the presentation and conversation in the Main Lounge. While some may need to leave early, Gatherings typically end around 1:30 pm.We look forward to welcoming you!
Blessings and peace,
Rev. Joicy Becker-Richards | Director of Campus Relations
Department of Communication | Princeton Theological Seminary
[email protected] 609.497.7960