Badè’s Doug Adams Gallery spearheads monthly art walk

In an effort to bring the wider community to the Badè Museum, the Doug Adams Gallery is opening its doors during the new Second Fridays art walk. Once a month, the gallery will extend its hours ...

PSR alum leads church in holy hilarity

It’s not often that one’s spiritual practice inspires others to call the police, but Laura Gentry’s (MDiv and MA 1997) unique approach to happiness and spirituality isn’t typical, either. ...

Free HIV Testing at PSR on World AIDS Day

PSR will mark World AIDS Day on December 1 with free HIV testing and a chapel service on campus.

PSR announces 2010 Distinguished Alumni/ae

Since 1995, the PSR Alumni/ae Council has presented its annual Distinguished Alumni/ae Award to graduates who have provided outstanding service in their ministry or profession and shown distinguish

PSR alum fights torture with faith

Four years ago, while organizing the Presbyterian Peacemaking Conference in Ghost Ranch, New Mexico, Carol Wickersham (MDiv 1982) saw the just-released photos from Abu Ghraib.

PSR alum calls for Christians to "make corruption history"

Daryl Balia, who earned his certificate of advanced professional studies from PSR in 1988, wrote Make Corruption History not only from a theoretical and theological perspective but also ...

PSR alum's music brings congregations together

Mark Clay Unbehagen, MA 2006, finds God not only in religious settings, but in nature as well. That inclusive access to the divine sparked his idea for “God of Inspiration,” one of four of his ...

Former Trustee William Howard dies

William A. Howard, who served on PSR’s Board of Trustees from 1985 to 1994, died November 5.

Earl Lectures 2010 speakers announced, registration opens

The 109th annual Earl Lectures and Leadership Conference will take place at the Ecumenical Center of Berkeley, on Scenic Avenue across the street from Pacific School of Religion, host and sponsor ...

Highlights of PSR events this fall

Pacific School of Religion is hosting a wide variety of exciting events this fall. Members of the public are warmly invited to participate in multidisciplinary, inter-religious, and ...