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PSR Presents "Justice Moments"

As we enter a new year, PSR Community & Continuing Education and the Center for Social and Spiritual Transformation (CSST) present PSR Justice Moments.

PSR Alum Lynne Hinton (MDiv) Publishes Book on Mysteries of Life

Minister, New York Times bestselling novelist, and PSR Graduate Lynne Hinton (MDiv '88) published her 17th novel, "Sister Eve., Private Eye" this year.

"Epiphanies": A Faculty Member Reflects on Recent Protests and Arraignment

Epiphanies Today is the Feast of the Epiphany in Christian churches, the day in which we ...

PSR Student Receives Merit Scholarship for Leadership and Service

We are proud to announce that Demitrius Burnett has been selected to receive to receive a Merit Scholarship from Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

Announcing the Jeanne Audrey Powers Leadership for Change Scholarship

The Jeanne Audrey Powers Leadership for Change Scholarship is an innovative program for United Methodist seminarians studying at any one of the thirteen United Methodist seminaries in the United St

Schlager Completes Term as Interim President; Returns to Extended Appointment as Vice President & Dean

Incoming President David Vásquez-Levy and Pacific School of Religion’s Board of Trustees announced today that Bernard Schlager, PhD, has been re-a

An Open Letter from Students and Faculty Arrested During Protests

On the night of December 8th, a group of GTU students and faculty were participating in a protest that marched through Berkeley and Emeryville.

Students and Faculty Participate in Millions March Oakland

This past Saturday, a group of students and instructors returned to the streets to be a part of Millions March Oakland.

Activist Andrea Smith Speaks at PSR

On December 11th, anti-violence activist and educator Andrea Smith braved the rain to visit PSR for a public lecture entitled "Decolonizing Spirituality." As she shared her scholarship ...

Students and Faculty Arrested During Berkeley Protests

Berkeley, CA – Hungry and exhausted, 10 students and faculty from Pacific School of Religion returned to campus Tuesday afternoon after being arrested Monday night while peacefully protest