Princeton Theological Seminary’s Center for Theology, Women, and Gender is a visible, active agent in promoting the flourishing of all persons. To that end, the CTWG advocates for those who find themselves marginalized, in both church and society, due to their gender identity, particularly women and sexual minorities who struggle for equality and inclusion at all levels of society.


The Center accomplishes this by fostering critical reflection on gender through a theological lens, and by advocating for positive change in church and society as necessary.


Furthermore, the CTWG takes, whenever possible, an intersectional approach to issues of gender, race, class, and disabilities, believing that only through attention to the complex interplay of these categories can enduring and life-giving transformation take place.


The Center advocates for change so that the church might better reflect the body of Christ, and witness more faithfully to the transforming power of Christ in the world.