Today, Japanese American Internment Remembrance Day, we celebrate the people affiliated with PSR who fought the injustice of the internment of Japanese Americans.
Every Sunday during the Lenten season, worshipers at the First Congregational Church in Berkeley wi
Audio files from the 2010 Earl Lectures and Leadership Conference are now available online.
How does PSR serve as a good steward of this good earth?
On the morning of February 4, 2010, CLGS held an interfaith service in PSR's chapel to pray for peace, justice, and dignity for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people around the world.
“This is the worst disaster I've covered in the last ten years, given the deep vulnerability of the Haitian people before the quake,” says documentary photographer Paul Jeffrey
PSR alumnus David Howell has been selected as president of the board of directors for GTU’s Center for the Arts, Religion and Education (CARE).
The devastation caused by the recent earthquakes in Haiti has left many in the United States wishin
When asked why interfaith dialogue is relevant today, Jhos Singer, a 2010 Earl Lectures workshop leader, points to history.