The Princeton United Methodist Church has appointed two new pastors: Ginny Cetuk and Trey Wince. Cetuk will be administrative pastor and Wince will be worship pastor. After nine years as senior pastor at PUMC, Jana Purkis-Brash has been appointed executive director of the Greater New Jersey Conference Stewardship Foundation.
“I am humbled and delighted to be joining the Princeton United Methodist Churcht,” Cetuk said. Born and raised in northeastern Pennsylvania, Cetuk has a bachelor’s degree from Lycoming College and a masters in divinity from Drew Theological School. After serving as an associate pastor, a hospital chaplain, and a hospice chaplain, she returned to Drew. She was associate dean for 32 of her 35 years there, also serving as dean of students and interim dean of the theological school. She and her husband, Norman Cetuk, have two sons, Russell and Mitchell.
Wince majored in English at Baylor University and has a master’s degree from Princeton Theological Seminary. He has served as pastor of Kingston UMC, College Director, director of Young Adult Ministries at First Presbyterian Church in Nashville, and international missions coordinator with Joshua Expeditions. Currently he is Director of New Disciples at Greater New Jersey Annual Conference and will continue in that position part-time. He and his wife, Debbie, live in Kingston with their son, Liam.