Alumni Connections
October 2019
2019 Graduation Highlights and Alumni Awards  

As many of you know the Baccalaureate and Commencement took place on May 17 and 18, 2019.
These were wonderful events. Here is a link to the videos and photos
The Alumni Awards section starts at 24 minutes through 33 minutes in the Commencement video and features, Rev. Dr. Leonard Kalkwarf (1956), Posthumously Rev Dr. John deVelder (1968), Rev. David Alexander (1980), Rev. Dr. Patricia Singletary (1995)
Save The Date
Upcoming Events:

Friday, October, 25th 2019 
The President and Board of Trustees invite you to the Celebration of New Brunswick Theological Seminary's 235 Years of Theological Education. This is a celebration for the entire community. 
6:00 pm - Live Music and Program in Mast Chapel
7:00 pm - Reception in Hageman Hall
Attention: The NY Campus alumni will be gathering at 4:00 pm in Sage Library prior to this event. We look forward to seeing you. RSVP here!
2020 Alumni New Book Celebration
The Theological Writing Center at NBTS is planning our 2020 Alumni 
New Book Celebration! 

It will be held between 27 February and 4 March (watch for a firm date at the end of January) from 5:30 to 7:00 and will feature recent books written by alumni that relate to topics taught at NBTS. 

If you have such a book and would like to be considered to be part of this Celebration, or if you know an alum should be considered, contact James Brumm or go to our website for more information and an application/nomination form.
Educational Opportunities
Alumni Continuing Education Discounts:
NBTS is now offering all Alumni masters -le vel continuing e ducation courses at a reduced cost. Whether you graduated from the Certificate, Masters, or Doctor of Ministry programs, you are eligible!   Study in a way that suits your needs either for credit, or as an auditor .
For Credit: (up to 5 courses in total)
  • $178.40 per credit hour or $535.20 per course
Auditing: (up to four courses in total) 
  • $178.40 per three-credit course.                                                      
Earn your D-Min with the NBTS Advantage
Affordable, flexible, c onvenient, and rigorous!

The D.Min. degree can be completed in three years. Coursework is completed in an online format with students gathering twice for one-week intensives for the first two years, with ministry project completion in the final year.

Concentrations include:
  • Missiology and Global Christianity
  • Pastoral Care and Counseling / Pastoral Theology 
  • Prophetic Urban Ministry
  • Transformational Preaching 

 Click to learn more!

Alumni Relations
Visit your NBTS Alumni page to see the new opportunities for you to connect, get involved and have access to resources available to you.
Building the Alumni Association: Volunteers Needed
Are you available to work on building the Alumni Association? We are in the process of reconnecting with you and need volunteers to gain momentum. Will you participate on one of the following working teams?
  • Regions -determine the areas that will make up regions across the country, and within NJ and NY taking into consideration characteristics such as distance, density, willing coordinators (shepherds) within regions. 
  • Leadership Structure & By Laws - consider several models and determine which structure will work best for the NBTS context and then develop by-laws to support that structure.
  • Funding -- The initial task is to complete raising the matching funds from the Lilly Grant and then beyond.
Email: Joan Marshall or call 732-247-5241 Ext. 1720
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Alumni by the Numbers
  • There are approximately, 1100 living alumni.
  • NBTS alumni live in 41 states, Canada, the Virgin Islands, South Korea, Germany, South Africa, Ecuador and Canada
Do you know other alumni who are not connected with the seminary? Feel free to forward this newsletter to them. Alumni can update contact information by going to our website here!
We want to hear back from you, contact us through the website, by emailing or Joan Marshall Director of Student Care and Outreach - ., 732-247-5241 Ex. 1720.
For more i nformation
about any of our programs, events, or classes, please visit our website.
New Brunswick Theological Seminary is committed to training Christian leaders who are called to serve the local church, community and the world. Your contributions and generous gifts enable us to provide academic programs at the highest level of excellence. We covet your prayers, generous gifts, and partnerships in this mission.
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