One Size Does Not Fit All: Ministry to LGBT Seniors

When you're doing pastoral care, an inclusive ministry to diverse communities can some times come easier than others.

The Future is Now Summit, August 15-17

PSR is pleased to present The Future Is NOW, where people can live out the beloved community while honoring and rebuilding the bridges between generations and go deeper into solution-oriented work to

Rev. Hilary Marckx Blogs About Us!

Rev. Dr. Hilary F. Marckx is a UCC and Disciples minister, a musician, and a poet, who has also been a nature-inspired photographer for the past 40+ years.

Alum Fights for Justice in Bay Area


When Israel Alvaran (DMin ’10) says he’s exiled from his homeland, he speaks of both the physical and metaphysical separation from his beloved Philippines. “Knowing that I ...

Interim President Bernard Schlager Op-Ed Published In San Francisco Chronicle

Published on Sunday, June 15, 2014, Interim President Bernard Schlager's San Francsico Chronicle Op-Ed, "Will S.F. archbishop promote hatred or reconciliation?" is a bold call to ...

Dr. Elizabeth Peña Named Executive Director of CARE

The board of the Center for Arts, Religion, and Education at the Graduate Theological Union is thrilled to announce the appointment of Dr. Elizabeth Peña as the new Executive Director of CARE.

Bernie Schlager & Randall Miller Urge LGBT Equality in Presidential Executive Order

As some American religious leaders ask for exemption from President Obama's Executive Order barring anti-LGBT workplace discrimination, PSR's Interim President Dr.

Student Does Innovative Chaplaincy Work

“During a time where we see a lot of mainline denominations closing church doors and giving pastors multiple churches as one appointment, chaplaincy- ministry in ...

Presidential Search Committee Update

From Stan Watson, Chair of the Presidential Sarch Committee:

GETI and the Future of Ecumenism

PSR students Jorge Bautista (UCC), Darnell Fennell (DOC), and Rachel Cosca (Episcopal Church)- led by Randi Walker- were honored to be representatives from one of seven US theological schools tha