Here is your one-stop shop for useful resources!
Planning a campus visit? We'd love to meet with you. Email our Director of Campus Relations, Joicy Becker-Richards, or call 609-497-7960 for more information and to learn about resources, events, and opportunities to meet others in ministry.
CommUNITY Gatherings – Come connect with ministry colleagues and the PTS community through a variety of gatherings with flexible options. Some will center on lunch with brief, practical presentations and conversations following chapel worship. Others will feature a supper, presentation and conversation before a concert or lecture. For more information, download our printable 2017–18 CommUNITY Gatherings list.
Multimedia – Accessible from home and on campus, be sure to peruse the audio and video recordings of lectures, sermons, concerts, and events. For the latest audio content and podcasts, follow us on iTunes and SoundCloud. Select videos are also now available on our new Youtube and Vimeo channels!
Chapel Worship – You are welcome to join us for worship in the chapel. When classes are in session, daily services are held in Miller Chapel at 11:30 a.m., Monday through Friday. View the 2017 Fall Semester Worship Calendar.
Continuing Education – The Office of Continuing Education offers a number of one-day and multi-day educational events on campus and online. Check out the listing of upcoming continuing education events and courses. Alumni receive a 15% discount on most continuing education events. See the details about the discount.
Institute for Youth Ministry Blog – Read the Institute for Youth Ministry’s blog for inspiration and thoughtful approaches to ministry with and for young people. Articles include titles such as, Satisfying a Jealous God, Healing the Disabled, and Intergenerational Ministry: Participating as Partners.
Library Resources – You are always welcome to come study in the library. Come browse the stacks, enjoy coffee and conversation at the Brick Café, read, and write. Alums also receive free access to a wide range of subscription databases and lifetime borrowing privileges.
Digital Collections – These resources are freely available whether you live near and far. We encourage you to discover the wide array of audio and video recordings along with digitized books, journals, and manuscript collections available through the Library.
“One of the biggest lessons I learned was how to be charitable to views other than my own. Christian charity was shown to me, not just in the readings for class, but from the professors, and the Seminary community.”