Chapel Sermons

GTU student Richetta Amen delivers sermon

February 9, 2010

GTU Doctoral Student Richetta Amen delivers the sermon "Prayer and Dangerous Memory": In what ways are the practices of remembering and prayer dangerous?

Appearances and Revelations

February 2, 2010

D. Mark Wilson, pastor at Tapestry Ministries and member of the PSR pastoral care team, celebrated African American History Month at the first chapel of the spring 2010 semester.

World AIDS Day 2009 Service with Communion by Michael Walker

December 1, 2009

PSR MDiv Michael Walker delivered the sermon on December 1, 2009, World AIDS Day.

PSR’s CLGS and New Spirit Community Church convened the service.

PSR MDiv student Akiko Miyake-Stoner delivers chapel sermon on Nov. 10.

November 10, 2009

PSR MDiv student Akiko Miyake-Stoner delivers chapel sermon on Nov. 10.

All Souls Day Observance Chapel by Brad Corban

November 3, 2009

Brad Corban, PSR MDiv Student delivers the “Open Your Graves” sermon in the All Souls Day chapel on November 3rd.

"Get Off the Road" Chapel by Linda Jaramillo

October 20, 2009

Linda Jaramillo, Executive Minister of the UCC’s Justice and Witness Ministries & PSR Board Member, delivers the "Get Off the Road" sermon in the chapel on October 20th.

PSR MDiv student Meighan Pritchard delivers chapel sermon on Oct. 13

October 13, 2009

PSR MDiv student Meighan Pritchard delivers chapel sermon on Oct. 13

Differently Abled Student Union (DASU) Chapel

October 10, 2009

PSR MDiv student John Alex Lowell delivers the “With God, From Many We are One” sermon in the chapel on October 6th.

World Communion Day Chapel

September 29, 2009

CDSP student Edwin Johnson delivers the Hispanic Heritage Month chapel sermon on Sept 29.

Stewardship of Injustice

September 15, 2009

Preaching on the parable of the Unjust Steward, Dean Mary Ann Tolbert says: "Over and over again in most of the serious decisions we must make throughout our lives, we often face, not a right way a

I stand in a long line of wonderful deans who have served PSR with distinction, people like Del Brown, whose passing we are all mourning today, and Mary Donovan Turner, who is taking a well-deserved s