JORDANVILLE ANNUAL FUND 2021 Year-End Appeal
As of December 27, we have raised $120,000.00 on the way to the overall goal of the $250,000.00 needed by 12/31/2021, so as to balance the seminary's budget through the end of the current academic year.
Dear Friends and Supporters!
Many wonderful things are happening at Holy Trinity Seminary in Jordanville, and the pace is picking up like never before!
- This year 2021-22 we have enrolled an unprecedented number of exceptionally qualified and enthusiastic students, so that on-campus housing is now filled to capacity which will soon necessitate additional space.
- Many facets of the HTS curriculum are now under review with the aim of optimally responding to the evolving needs of today’s Orthodox seminary education and pedagogy.
- Institutional accreditation with the NY State Board of Ed is being officially sustained, thereby confirming our program’s true excellence at both the undergraduate (B.Th.) and graduate (M.Div.) levels.
- The HTS faculty is rapidly rising in its stature and credentials with a clearly strengthened perception of both spirituality and scholarship as key components of contemporary Orthodox pastoral formation.
In 2023 many of you will obviously join in a celebration of what will be Holy Trinity Seminary’s 75th Anniversary, so that charting a path towards the success of this milestone is now a priority. In the meantime, during the remaining weeks of 2021, the Jordanville Annual Fund needs to raise an additional $250,000 to help balance the Seminary’s budget through the current academic year. With your help, we must reach this goal by midnight Dec. 31st—which will comprise a major step within our overall effort toward the Seminary’s long-term stabilization.
Each year, the Annual Fund reaches out to everyone because it is indeed about everyone’s regular participation.
Many thanks to those who have already donated to this Jordanville Annual Fund 2021 Year-End Appeal, and if you have not gotten around to this as of yet, please consider giving generously!
Sincerely, in Christ,
Deacon Michael Pavuk
Director of Development