PTS Episcopal/Anglican Student Fellowship
The Episcopal/Anglican Student Fellowship at Princeton Theological Seminary (PTS) is an independent fellowship led by Anglican/Episcopal seminarians.
While members of the PTS community participate fully in the ECP Graduate Student Fellowship, the PTS Episcopal Student Fellowship offers worship and fellowship opportunities for the Anglican/Episcopal community at PTS.
For more information about joining the PTS Episcopal Student Fellowship, contact the co-leaders below or just come to one of our upcoming events.
Join Anglican/Episcopal seminarians at PTS for an informal, monthly lunch fellowship in the Mackay Dining Center. Dates for the spring term will be announced shortly. All current Anglican/Episcopal students, alumni/ae, and friends are welcome. Look for the conspicuous tabletop Episcopal flag!
PTS EPiscopal/Anglican Student Fellowship Co-Leaders
Naomi Ketchens PTS’20
Naomi is a current student in the Master of Divinity program at Princeton Theological Seminary, with (only!) one year of her program remaining. She recently moved from Colorado where she graduated with a BA in Theology and Biblical Studies, and hopes to continue her formal education by studying ethics after receiving the MDiv. In her studies, she is interested in how stories (particularly scriptural narratives) mold Christian life today. When Naomi is not hidden away in the seminary’s library, she enjoys biking, reading novels, exploring new places, and hanging up her hammock wherever she can find room. Contact Naomi at naomi.ketchens [at] ptsem.edu.
Eric Tuttle PTS’20
Eric is an senior at Princeton Theological Seminary pursuing a Master of Divinity degree. Originally from Colorado, he grew up in the evangelical church and has only come into the Episcopal Church within the last three years or so, having been part of parishes ranging from the “high” Anglo-Catholic end all the way to the charismatic Anglican tradition. Eric completed a B.A. in Classical History at Colorado Christian University before moving to Princeton. In his free time, he enjoys reading classical literature (especially Russian novels).