Clergy marches to support Occupy effort in San Francisco

PSR students, staff and religious leaders lent their support to the Occupy San Francisco movement Monday, October 24 by marching from the protesters' site at Justin Herman Plaza through the city's ...

Interfaith Clergy Action in Solidarity with Occupy Wall St. SF

Clergy & Religious Leaders of all Faiths: Be part of an important interfaith clergy gathering and action to offer solidarity and faith-based support to the Occupy Wall Street movement and to sh

University of St Andrews Conference and Call for Papers

The University of St Andrews is pleased to announce the fourth conference on Scripture and Christian Theology: Paul’s Letter to the Galatians & Christian Theology. The conference will be ...

Remembering September 11 Ten Years Later

As the United States heads into a week of remembering the events of 9-11, we asked PSR faculty and alumni/ae to offer some reflections on the ten years afterward.

Tuesday Night Talks Now Available Online

The "Talks" were held on Tuesday nights during the 2011 Summer Session.

Theological Education for Leadership (TEL) Online Orientations

Are you interested in what progressive lay theological education looks like in the 21st century?

PSR’s Tradition of Boldness flourishes in the summer!

Summer Session 2011 wrapped up last week at Pacific School of Religion. During these six weeks classes, workshops, and events were offered to more than 250 students.

Younger Alumni/ae Invited to the First Parish Project

The Hinton Rural Life Center in western North Carolina invites young alumni/ae to apply for the First Parish Project (FPP) supported by the Lilly Endowment.

PSR 2nd Year Students Selected to Receive FTE Fellowship

ATLANTA, July 5, 2011 – Lindsey Kerr and Terry Yasuko Ogawa, second-year Master ofDivinity students at Pacific School of Religion, have been recognized by The Fund forTheological Education (FTE) ...

PSR Students Selected to Receive FTE Fellowship

ATLANTA, June 30, 2011 – Darnell Fennell and Andrew Holcom, entering Master of Divinity students at Pacific School of Religion have been recognized by The Fund for Theological Education (FTE) as