The Rev. Greg Horn has led Auburn’s Program for Presbyterian Students and served as Counselor to Presbyterian students at Union Theological Seminary since 2005. He supports Presbyterian students in all degree programs as they prepare for vocations in ministry, especially as they navigate the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) ordination process in a multi-denominational, multi-faith seminary; prepare for the PC(USA) ordination exams; and take his classes on Polity and Worship in the Reformed theological tradition. These classes are open to all.
A graduate of Union and Auburn’s program himself, Greg is also a full-time pastor, having led four Presbyterian congregations through periods of sustained renewal, vitality and growth. He has served three churches in New Jersey, one in Denver, and one in New York City, where he also served as Director of Operations for a not-for-profit agency that employed recently-incarcerated people and housed homeless persons living with HIV/AIDS.
Greg graduated from Stanford University and Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York. His approach to pastoral ministry and supporting students is grounded in compelling worship, valuing diverse voices and relationships, the spiritually-transforming experience of serving others while working for social justice, and an openness to embracing the “new thing” that God is always doing.
Greg lives in Montclair, New Jersey and is married to Sarah Touborg-Horn, Editor at W.W. Norton & Co. Publishers in New York City. They are parents of teenagers, Will and Maggie.