Application & Costs

How to Apply

Interested pastors are invited to form a cohort of 4 – 6 preachers and apply together. Because of the nature of the program, gathering online and on the Princeton Seminary campus, cohort members need not live in the same area.

You might recruit pastors from your community or draw upon colleagues in your regional judicatory. Consider forming new bonds of vocational friendship or strengthening those already established. Be thoughtful about how you form your group to ensure the experience you are seeking. If admitted, you will work together to create the plan for your group.

Once you have recruited your cohort members, you will begin the application process.  Step One: The organizing pastor completes the cohort application linked from this page.  Step Two: Each member of the cohort submits a cohort member form.  Access to the cohort member form is included in the confirmation email sent to the organizing pastor along with instructions to share the link with members.  An application is complete once all members have submitted the information form.  Cohorts with complete applications will hear of admission no later than March 28, 2022.  Space is limited to 48 participants (8 – 12 cohorts) and priority will be given to those who have not participated in an earlier roundtable or S.T.P.L. group at Princeton Seminary.

The application closes March 14, 2022.

Questions? email us at coned@ptsem.edu 

Cost and Registration

The fee for participation is $200 per person. Payment is required at registration and each peer group member will register individually. If your group is admitted to the program, each member will receive an email with a link to register for the program.

The fee includes the opening virtual planning retreat, two online courses with live discussion with the instructors, and a closing retreat on the seminary campus.

Travel reimbursement of up to $400 per person, is provided for travel to Princeton Seminary for the on-campus retreat, with proper documentation.

The 2022 program receives support from a grant from Lilly Endowment, Inc.