What would you do with $20K to reimagine ministry with young adults?

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If your church is within 100 miles of Princeton Theological Seminary, you’re invited to find out!

Introducing The Zoe Project, sponsored by Princeton Theological Seminary and supported by a grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. The Zoe Project is dedicated to building life-supporting relationships between young adults and Christian congregations. Twelve congregations will set out to nurture young adult faith through this three-year program, designed to enable congregations to engage with their communities and the young adults within them in new and innovative ways. Find out more here.

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