There will be no classes or weekly chapel service during Spring Recess, which will be March 22 to 27.
This six-week workshop series exploring the music of the African Diaspora will be led by Linda Tillery and Ann Jefferson, PSR's CMS program coordinator.
Join CLGS for a Lavender Lunch with PSR students Monica Cross and Jakob Hero, who will offer their own reflections on how to teach about transgender issues, people, and communities.
PSR student Arturo DeRobles will offer the sermon for this service, which will be convened by the PSR students who went on the contextual learning immersion trip to El Salvador in January.
PSR student Michelle Harris-Gloyer will convene this service, which will include communion and a presentation by PSR community dancers.
CLGS and New Spirit Community Church of Berkeley join together to celebrate the publication of John McNeill’s new book, Sex As God Intended.
Join PANA on a tour of the Angel Island Immigration Station in the San Francisco Bay.
Joe Driskill, Professor of Spirituality, Ronald D. Soucey Lecturer and DSF Dean, will co-lead a retreat on March 6-7, 2009 at Mercy Center, Burlingame, CA for the Spiritual Directors Institute.
The Badè Museum will hold an opening reception for a new exhibit, which features GTU artists' responses to artifacts from Tell en-Nasbeh, on March 5 from 5-7pm.
This week's Tuesday chapel celebrates International Women's Week. PSR student Joyce Parry-Moore will preach at this service convened by PSR students Brenda Loreman and Stephanie Gameros.