The Forum on Youth Ministry is held on the campus of Princeton Theological Seminary in the beautiful and historic town of Princeton, New Jersey. Roughly equidistant from New York City and Philadelphia (and their associated airports), the town is home to cultural institutions like Princeton University, the Albert Einstein House, the Institute for Advanced Study, and the Princeton Battlefield. Participants at the Forum enjoy the leafy dining and retail spots along Nassau Street and Palmer Square, as well as scenic walks through the Seminary and University campuses.

Princeton Theological Seminary is located at 64 Mercer Street, Princeton, New Jersey 08540. Parking is available for Forum participants behind the Theodore Sedgwick Wright Library at 25 Library Place. Accessible parking spaces are situated along the northeast exterior wall of the library. Alternatively, participants who need accessible parking may park in the lot adjacent to the Mackay Campus Center off the College Road entrance to the Seminary campus. Parking passes will be emailed to participants who indicate their need for one in their event registration and will also be available at Forum check-in.


Located on the campus of Princeton Theological Seminary at 20 Library Place, the Erdman Center has 55 simple guest rooms, priced from $65-$125/night, including six accessible rooms. Check-in is at 3:00 pm, and check-out is at 11:00 am. A locked room to store your luggage is available for your convenience. 

Call 609-497-7990 to reserve your room, and mention the Forum on Youth Ministry to be included in our participant block.

Located only five miles from campus at 1300 Lennox Drive, Lawrence Township 08648, the Hilton Garden Inn is our preferred off-campus hotel for Forum participants. Check-in is at 3:00 pm, and check-out is at 11:00 am. The on-site restaurant includes breakfast service, and the facilities include an indoor pool, fitness center, and free parking.

Call 609-895-9200 to reserve your room, and use Group Code PTSIYM to receive discounted rates in our room block.

We Honor the Land

Princeton Theological Seminary sits on the ancestral, traditional, and contemporary lands of the Lenape people on territory called Lenapehoking. The Lenni-Lenape were the people indigenous to this land, and we honor them as caretakers of these lands and waters. We acknowledge our responsibility to work toward meaningful relationship with the Lenape people past, present, and future.

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