News

Presidential Search Begins

The Presidential Search Committee established by the Board, and consisting of faculty, staff, students, and trustees, has begun the search for a new president.

Director of Advancement Katherine Kunz Leaves PSR

We are sad to announce that Katherine Kunz, Director of Advancement, will be leaving PSR on September 13.

New Student Orientation 2013

PSR is pleased to welcome fifty-one new students to our campus!!

Remembering Alma Gardner, Former PSR Adjunct Faculty Member

Alma Gardner (aka Alma Weseman) passed away at her home in Berkeley, on June 10, 2013, after a brief illness. She taught Bible Resources Workshops to seminarians at PSR for over 30 years. Alma’s ...

Volunteers needed for PSR parking lot fundraisers

The first opportunity will be for the UC Berkeley home football game on the afternoon of Saturday, August 31st.
 
These fundraisers will take place before UC Berkeley footbal

Summer Session Recap

As PSR begins a new academic year, we pause to celebrate the conclusion of a successful Summer Session (www.psr.edu/summer). Intensive courses and workshops were held in July and August, on ...

Lilly Impact Study - Survey for Alum

PSR has been invited to participate in an exciting research project, funded by the Lilly Endowment and directed by Virginia Theological Seminary, called the Lilly Impact Study. This study is ...

PSR Bids Farewell to Reverend Jim Mitulski

PSR bids farewell to Reverend Jim Mitulski (MDiv ’91), who has been called to be the Interim Senior Pastor for Cathedral of Hope in Dallas, Texas (www.cathedralofhope.com). Rev. Mitulski has ...

PSR Welcomes Visiting Professor in Christian Worship - Dr. Sharon Fennema

PSR welcomes Dr. Sharon Fennema, our 2013 Visiting Professor of Christian Worship and Director of Worship Life. Dr. Fennema received her PhD from the GTU in Liturgical Studies in 2011 and has been ...

PSR Alum Working for Peace in Iran

Two years ago, Rev. Linda Prendergast (MDiv ’99) was invited to hear a group of Persians speak at a friend's church. The visitors were there to talk about the work of the People’s ...