Fumitaka Matsuoka, PSR's Robert Gordon Sproul Professor of Theology and PANA executive director, who will retire in June, will deliver the sermon for this chapel service.
Lynn Rhodes, PSR's associate professor of ministry and field education, who will retire in June, will offer the sermon for this last chapel of the spring preaching series.
Michael Krasny, host of KQED-FM radio's award-winning Forum and professor of English at San Francisco State University, will discuss religion, ethics, and media at sixth annual McCoy Memorial L
Join us for healing and dialogue as we gather as leaders, healers, and allies in an effort to think together about what is needed for leadership in Queer Latin communities.
Dr. Virginia Burrus, Professor of Early Christianity at the Drew University Theological School, will offer a lecture entitled "What's Queer about Christian Couples?
Come see Linda Tillery and the Cultural Heritage Choir in concert at the PSR campus on April 28 at 7 pm, as part of Advancing Racial Justice Month at PSR. There is no admission charge for the ...
With the historic election of Barack Obama as the 44th president of the United States in November 2008, people talked about change coming to America.
Thomas Cattoi, Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley's associate professor of Christianity and culture, will offer the sermon at the second chapel service in the preaching series entitled "Theology an
Susan Duhan Felix will be showing her new work at the Badè Museum starting April 6. Mystery Made Manifest will be showing through July 21.
Marian Grau, Church Divinity School of the Pacific's associate professor of theology, will offer the sermon at the first chapel service in the preaching series entitled "Theology and Economics." The T