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Five Ways Into Sunday’s Scripture: Remembering and Redemption

November 17, 2022

We can’t easily make sense of Jesus’s harsh apocalyptic portrayal today, and an exclusively literal interpretation misses an important message: there comes a time in the spiritual life where one can choose either to despair or to endure.

Afternoon light spotlights a cross on the top of Trinity Church Wall Street in Lower Manhattan
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Five Ways Into Sunday’s Scripture: Live By Me, Not By Fear

November 11, 2022

We can’t easily make sense of Jesus’s harsh apocalyptic portrayal today, and an exclusively literal interpretation misses an important message: there comes a time in the spiritual life where one can choose either to despair or to endure.

Black girls and LBGTQ+ youth gather in a meeting to discuss a campaign.
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Grantee Spotlight: Girls for Gender Equity

November 9, 2022

Girls for Gender Equity (GGE) works intergenerationally, through a Black feminist lens, to center the leadership of Black girls and gender-expansive young people of color in reshaping culture and policy through advocacy, youth-centered programming, and narrative shift to achieve gender and racial justice.

A beam of sunlight shines through a window in the bell tower of Trinity Church Wall Street
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Five Ways Into Sunday’s Scripture: To See and Be Seen

October 27, 2022

In our Gospel this week, we hear the story of Zacchaeus. Those of us who experienced formal faith formation in childhood will remember this story, as it was a favorite of Sunday school teachers because they thought children could relate to Zacchaeus’s height and, of course, climbing trees.

Members of Princeton Theological Seminary's Log College Project wear red shirts and smile at an unseen group. In the foreground is a young  person of color with tattoos and glasses, standing next to a smiling Black woman looking directly at the camera. A young white woman wearing a white and black spotted backpack in another red shirt with blue dot logo that says "Log College Project" also smiles at the camera, while slightly blurred in the shot.
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Grantee Spotlight: Princeton Theological Seminary

October 26, 2022

In July 2022, Trinity and Princeton Theological Seminary formalized a partnership with an initial year-long grant of $290,000 to begin the work of transforming theological education. The ultimate goal of this work is to equip seminaries across North America to theologically form and practically prepare students to lead social innovation and entrepreneurial ministries.