Upcoming Public Events

Present Absence: Icons from the Collection of the Patriarch Athenagoras Orthodox Institute

February 3 to May 29, 2015

Check out "Present Absence:  Icons from the Collection of the Patriarch Athenagoras Orthodox Institute", the newest Doug Adams Gallery Exhibition!

 

"Present ...

"Invisibility = Death": Brown Bag Lunch with Dr. Justin Tanis

March 6, 2015

The Center for the Arts, Religion, and Education presents “Invisibility = Death”: A Brown Bag Lunch Discussion with Dr. Justin Tanis.

“Silence = Death” was a seminal statement in ...

"Stories Seldom Told," a feminist retelling of some familiar and not so familiar Biblical Stories

March 6, 2015

The PSR community presents: “Stories Seldom Told,” a feminist retelling of some familiar and not so familiar Biblical Stories, written by Lizann Bassham.

"Stories Seldom ...

Black Liberation and Spirituality Dialogue

March 11, 2015

The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies presents Black Liberation and Spirituality.

This dialogue features the insights of black faith leaders, community organizers, and activists on the ...

Social Change Brown Bag Lunch Series

March 19, 2015

Join us for an informal Brown Bag Lunch as PSR Ch

The #BornPerfect Campaign: A Conversation on Ending Conversion Therapy

March 19, 2015

The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies and the National Center for Lesbian Rights present a panel discussion on the role of progressive faith in dismantling practices of conversion ...

Come & See! Prospective and Admitted Student Event

March 20 to March 21, 2015

Pacific School of Religion (PSR) prepares spiritually formed, theologically rooted leaders for social transformation!

Social Change Brown Bag Lunch Series

April 2, 2015

Join us for an informal Brown Bag Lunch as PSR Ch

Social Change Brown Bag Lunch Series

April 16, 2015

Join us for an informal Brown Bag Lunch as PSR Ch

Religion and Labor: A Talk with Jorge Rieger and Rosemarie Henkel-Rieger

April 24, 2015

What does religion have to do with labor? How do communities of faith contribute to discussion on class inequality?