Distinguished Alum and Current Trustee Lynne Hinton featured on Faith & Leadership blog!

Read a Q & A interview with PSR alum, trustee, and writer Lynne Hinton where she discusses being a pastor, writing, and, of course, PSR- Lynne Hi

New Book by Randi Walker Published

Randi Walker, Professor of Church History, has just published a new book entitled Religion and the Public Conscience: Ecumenical Civil Rights Work in Seattle, 1940-1960.

PSR Announces Five New Appointments to the 2012-2013 Faculty Roster

Pacific School of Religion is proud to announce the addition of three part-time lecturers to its faculty. 

Former PSR Trustee and Faculty Member Passes

Former PSR trustee and faculty member Leontine Kelly died, at 92 years of age, on June 28.  Bishop Kelly was the second woman and the first African-American woman bishop in the United Methodist Ch

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PSR Alum and Adjunct Professor Speaking at Amplify 2012 in Hong Kong

Bishop Yvette Flunder will be speaking at the fourth annual Amplify 2012 conference in Hong Kong and will be joined by Bishop Gene Robinson of the diocese of New Hampshire for the Episcopal Church

Join us for "Call, Courage & Conviction" -- Remembering 40+ years of LGBT Witness

Join us between June 15-17, 2012 for a weekend of events celebrating the 40th anniversary of William R. Johnson's ordination and early advances in LGBT movements in the United Church of Christ.

Hot Topics on Cool Summer Nights

Come to Berkeley this summer and tackle the issues with star theologians, faculty, and guests as they speak on vital topics that touch our faith and our lives.

PSR Alum Takes on Anti-Gay Church Bigotry

Rev. Dr. Lea Brown (MDiv 1990) is taking on anti-gay church bigots in south Florida. Here is an excerpt from her article at South Florida Gay News:

Center for Progressive Renewal Webinar with Bill McKinney

PSR President Emeritus Bill McKinney will be offering a one-hour webinar about his recent research on American religion and its implications for congregations.