Alumni

ALUMNI

Welcome back to the University of Valley Forge (UVF)! You are always welcome here. Remember those chilly fall days walking to class with friends, dialogues with caring professors, and the lessons that could only be learned in those few special years spent in chapel or the residence halls? You will always be part of this community, whether you graduated from UVF or one of its previous merger schools, and we encourage you to stay connected with us.

 

As a graduate of UVF, you join more than 5,000 alumni worldwide serving as leaders in the church and in the world. Whether you have found yourself on the mission field of a foreign country, as a kindergarten teacher in a public school, a business leader in a corporation, or a pastor, counselor, or musician – you represent all that UVF does through the leading of the Holy Spirit.

 

You ARE the University of Valley Forge!

Opportunities

The staff and faculty of the University of Valley Forge want to make sure that you have the resources you need to make the personal and professional connections that will enhance your career or ministry. As UVF alumni, you stay part of the family long after you receive your degree, and we want to continue to be a community of support as you discover God’s plan for your life.

Stay Connected

Meet the President of the Alumni Association: Kim Keinath

While attending the University of Valley Forge (then Valley Forge Christian College) from 1978-81, the seeds for ministry were planted in Kim’s heart. It was there that she met her husband, Rev. Dr. Thomas Keinath ’81, with whom she has ministered for over 30 years. For the last 17 years they have served as lead pastors at Calvary Temple International A/G in Wayne.

 

Kim went on to graduate from the University of Valley Forge in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in Christian Ministries and to receive her ministerial ordination in May 2017. She currently serves on the New Jersey Presbytery as an auditor representing the women of our fellowship.

 

Kim and Tom have three married daughters—all graduates of UVF—and three beautiful grandchildren. Kim is an avid reader, especially in her studies of the Bible. She also enjoys playing the piano, sculpting pottery and taking long walks.