PSR Alum Launches New Faith Community in San Jose

Rev. Nicole Lamarche (MDiv 2005) is the founding pastor of of the newly formed Silicon Valley Progressive Faith Community in San Jose.

PSR Community takes part in march for Marriage Equality in San Francisco

On Monday, March 25, PSR alums, staff, and current students joined thousands who marched for marriage equality in San Francisco the night before the U.S.

Swedenborgian House of Studies mentioned in NYT’s article

Megan Marshall, author of “Margaret Fuller: A New American Life,” writes in a New York Times opinion article of how she learned from an man in Idaho that the Swedenborgian House of Studies at ...

PSR Student quoted from panel discussion on women's ordination

Christine Haider-Winnett, current MDiv student and Co-President of the Women's Ordination Conference was part of the Catholic-Mormon dialogue on women's ordination hosted by the Sunstone Education ...

PSR Student Featured on CNN

Christine Haider-Winnett is a second year MDiv student, who is Catholic and feels called by God to become a Catholic priest.

PSR Alum & Faculty Participate in Discussion at Screening of Methodist Documentary

On Tuesday, March 12, 2013, about 50 people gathered for a free screening of A Church Divided, followed by a panel discussion with Dr. Randall Miller, Assistant Professor of United Methodist ...

PSR Alum Appointed Interim Minister in Seattle

Rev. Eric Dale (MDiv 1980) has been appointed interim minister of Fauntleroy Church UCC, starting on Palm Sunday, March 24, 2013. Ordained in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in 1981, he ...

PSR Professor quoted in Election of New Pope

With the election of a new Pope, local media, the media was quick to reach out to Bernard Schlager, CLGS Executive Director; Associate Professor of Historical and Cultural Studies for insight ...

PSR Student Part of a Project Featured on Huffington Post

Third year MDiv student Izabella (Bella) Sempari spoke of her call to ministry as a desire to meet the people where they are at and provide a ministry of presence for them.

CLGS Collaborates with US Government to End Anti-LGBTQ Violence

GTU Doctoral student Justin Tanis brought together representatives from The US Department of Justice (DOJ) and CLGS to offer a day of education and skill-building for religious leaders, theologians