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NEWS RELEASE Princeton Theological Seminary is pleased to announce that the Rev. Dr. Jonathan Lee Walton has been elected by the Board of Trustees to serve as the Seminary’s eighth president, effective January 1, 2023. Dr. Walton will succeed President M. Craig Barnes, who has served as Princeton Seminary’s president since January 2013. Dr. Walton […]

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1LOVE Media Celebrates Rev. Melva L. Sampson, PhD and The Pink Robe Chronicles Digital Hush Harbor for being accessioned into the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) Celebrating and Centering Black Women in Ministry Through Digital Black Religion, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Winston-Salem, NC –1Love Media celebrates the innovative ministry of Rev. Melva […]

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A Discussion of William Augustus Jones’s God and the Ghetto for the Black Church Today Judson Press and Morehouse School of Religion present “We need a Trumpet Because a Flute Won’t Do: A Discussion of William Augustus Jones’s God and the Ghetto for the Black Church Today.” A dialogue on how the sermons of one […]

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AFTER AN 11-MONTH SEARCH, THE LEADERSHIP OF THIS HISTORIC INSTITUTION TRANSFERS WITH GRACE, LOVE, AND JOY. NEW YORK, NY – Auburn Seminary is pleased to announce the appointment of the Reverend Dr. Emma Jordan-Simpson as our new president. She succeeds the Rev. Dr. Katharine Henderson, Auburn’s 10th president, who began stewarding this transition with Auburn’s Board of Directors in […]

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Encourages Families to Sign up for Emergency Broadband (Internet) Benefit

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New, full-time applicants to our masters degree programs will be eligible for a limited number of “50/50” scholarships – scholarships that cover 50% of tuition and 50% of the cost of a residence hall room.

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The panel discussion explores the relationship between the Black Church and the community while highlighting ways to use burgeoning tech spaces to build equitable Black tech futures.

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In particular, the story of how three Black churches in Philadelphia endured events similar to those afflicting society today can give both solace and hope.

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The Gift of Black Theological Education & Black Church Collaborative is anchored in an arc of transformation for communities and is designed to transform experiences through exploration, theological learning and conversation, and innovative thought.

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The Gift of Black Theological Education & Black Church Collaborative enhances the Historically Black Theological Institutions (HBTI) and the Black Church. The Black Church has been at the center of Black culture for more than 200 years, as well as one of the ways to combat systemic racism and other social ills. The HBTIs are founded […]

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