PSR MDiv student Eric Eide will preach and Hal Bergman will be among the students convening weekly chapel services in the Chapel of the Great Commission at 11:10 am on Tuesday.
PSR's Certificate of Ministry Studies program will offer this lay theological education workshop Saturday, April 17, from 9am to 2pm in the Mudd Building on PSR's campus.
In celebration of National Poetry Month, Christina Hutchins, PhD, adjunct faculty in process theology and UCC theology, will be giving a reading with local poet Richard Silberg (of Poetry Flash) on
The 19th annual Surjit Singh Lecture in Comparative Religious Thought and Culture, "The Theology of Forgiveness from a Comparative Perspective," will be delivered by Anri Morimoto, ...
The student environmental group TREES will convene chapel for a celebration of the 40th anniversary of World Earth Day.
PSR president Bill McKinney will preach at the Sycamore Congregational Church in El Cerrito, California on Sunday, April 11.
The field of Near Eastern Archaeology has undergone several transformations throughout its 150-year history. In that time the process of archaeology has developed from an amateurish hobby for the ...
An opening for the show, “Mining the Collection: An Archaeology of the Senses,” with works by Pamela Blotner, will be held Thursday, April 8, from 5-7 pm in the Doug Adams Gallery, at Badè Museum
In a lunchtime lecture, Cornell University professor Dr. Jeffrey R. Zorn will speak about the battle attire of the biblical figure Goliath.
Bishop John Shelby Spong, author of 82 books and spokesperson for an open, scholarly, and progressive Christianity, will present at the Pacific School of Religion Summer School lecture series.