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Faculty Search Update

Pacific School of Religion is still a destination school for scholars and teachers, if the current two faculty position searches are any indication.

PSR Student Sarah McCune Wins Art Prize

The National Religious Campaign Against Torture (NRCAT) staff and fellow judges announced that PSR MDiv student, artist and poet Sarah McCune has been selected to receive 1st place honors in NRCAT

Annual Fund Campaign Update: Thank You To Our Supporters!

With your help, PSR just celebrated a very successful fall campaign.

Remembering CMS Student Bobbi Jean Baker

Minister Bobbie Jean Baker (March 20th, 1964 – January 1st, 2014)

Many people across the church, public health, social justice, arts, & LGBT communities, as well as distant ...

Presidential Search Committee Identifies Candidates

This past weekend, on February 1 and 2, the Presidential Search Committee interviewed a small group of semi-final candidates.

Alum Explores Walmart, Faith, & Consumer Culture

                           

For Christy Newton (MDiv ‘00), a trip to the store means a lot more than just picking up bread ...

LGBT-RAN Wins Allan Berube Prize

Congratulations to CLGS' LGBT Religious Archive Network (LGBT-RAN), winners of the Allan Bérubé prize for its online exhibit, "The Upstairs Lounge Fire", which documents early Metropolitan Community

“Icon & Artifact” Works by Paul Roorda at Doug Adams Gallery

In Icon & Artifact, Paul Roorda uses ashes, gold leaf, historical materials, and discarded Bibles to express a neo-liturgical approach to Christian art and ritual.

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

PSR Remembers Nelson Mandela

Throughout history, there have been extraordinary individuals who emerge from humble origins to lead people and nations to new experiences of freedom, new commitments to justice. Nelson Mandela ...