My name is Ryon Herin. I was born and raised in rural Indiana. I am the son of two pastors; my father is a hospice chaplain, and my mother is a retired music minister. I graduated from Ball State University in 2018 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. During college, I was nurtured by my local Presbyterian church and their choir ministry. I then came to Princeton Seminary, and having completed my classes during fall semester, I will graduate this May with my Master of Divinity. During seminary, I served at Metuchen First Presbyterian in New Jersey as a pastoral care intern and Forest Grove Presbyterian Church in Pennsylvania as a pastoral intern. I also recently completed a chaplaincy internship at RWJ University Hospital in New Brunswick. My two passions in ministry are pastoral care and preaching. I also enjoy music in church, especially singing. Over the years, I have had the opportunity of singing in two church choirs and the seminary choir. Other activities I enjoy are running, hiking, camping, genealogy, and exploring new places. Feel free to reach out to me by email with any pastoral concern you might have!