Dr. T. Patrick Milas
Director of the Gardner A. Sage Library
Assistant Professor of Theological Bibliography & Research
Dr. Milas earned an A.B. in Religion from Davidson College, and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Library and Information Studies from Florida State University. For the last 18 years he has served in public, government, and academic libraries, most recently at Princeton Theological Seminary. He enjoys harnessing the latest bibliographic management and biblical research technology for his research, and integrating them to teach research methods. His research focuses on intersections of religion, technology, and libraries. Dr. Milas enjoys worship and music at Christ Episcopal Church, where he serves on the Vestry.
Phone: 732-247-5241 x 1772
Rev. James Brumm
Director of the Reformed Church Center and Seminary Archives and
Director of the Theological Writing Center
Phone: 732-247-5241 x 1760
Coordinator for Acquisitions and Serials
Phone: 732-247-5241 x 1775
Librarian for Reference and Access Services
Bethany received her Masters in Library and Information Science from Rutgers University in 2012. Prior work experience includes teaching library instruction classes and working as a Reference Assistance at the Alexander Library. Bethany graduated with a B.S. in Early Childhood/Special Education from West Chester University. Her passion for teaching and her love of learning lead her here and Bethany is thrilled with the opportunity to connect with the students and faculty of the Seminary. In order to further assist students in their research endeavors, appointments can be made via phone or email.
Phone: 732-247-5241 x 1774
The official Archives of the Reformed Church in America (RCA) is located in Sage Library, however, it is institutionally separate from Sage Library. If you are in search of genealogical information or other archival records from RCA churches, missions, or programs, please directly contact archivist Russell Gasero to make an appointment before visiting the archives. The Sage Library staff is not able to provide access to the RCA archives.