ANNOUNCING OMSC’S 2ND CENTURY CAMPAIGN
Having begun in 1922 as the Houses of Fellowship in Ventnor, New Jersey, we changed our name to Overseas Ministries Study Center in 1967 and moved to New Haven in 1987. To date, our alumni include more than 25,000 missionaries, church leaders, mission agency executives, research scholars, and artists and their families from more than 100 countries! As we prepare to celebrate OMSC’s Centenary in 2022, we are entering into a new and exciting covenant relationship with Princeton Theological Seminary, where our ministry will be embedded on their beautiful campus, beginning with the 2020–2021 academic year.
HOW CAN YOU BE INVOLVED?
Please join former OMSC Executive Director (1976–2000) Dr. Gerald Anderson and his wife Joanne, who have given a generous leading gift to our 2ND CENTURY CAMPAIGN. 100% of your gift* will go to OMSC’s contribution to renovating our new administrative offices and seminar room in the center of Princeton Theological Seminary’s historic campus.
*For major gifts and naming opportunities, please contact OMSC Executive Director, Dr. Thomas Hastings (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mail checks/credit card information to OMSC Second Century Campaign, 490 Prospect St., New Haven, CT 06511-2196. Make checks payable to Overseas Ministries Study Center.
At Princeton Theological Seminary, OMSC will Continue
Engaging in God’s mission with the world Christian movement through our signature four-fold ministry:
Residential Community of Global Leaders (pastors, church and mission executives, and cross-cultural missionaries), Research Scholars (seminary, college, and university professors, administrators, and PhD candidates in the dissertation phase), and Artists
Study Program, leading to a Certificate in Mission Studies & World Christianity
International Bulletin of Mission Research (IBMR), our quarterly, peer-reviewed academic journal, published by SAGE, featuring the latest research on the churches engaged in God’s mission & on World Christianity
Artist in Residence Program, a unique opportunity for visual, musical, or literary artists
Thank you for helping OMSC continue to flourish in our second century!