Preparing theologically and spiritually rooted leaders for social transformation
At the intersection of two rapidly changing institutions — the church and higher education — seminaries are grappling with the meaning of theological education in the 21st century. As young people increasingly identify as “unchurched” and small liberal arts colleges shutter, are seminaries relevant? At Pacific School of Religion, we know the answer is a resounding “yes.”
For the past 150 years, Pacific School of Religion has crafted theological education that responds to the world’s most urgent needs. From speaking out against Japanese-American internment in the 1940s to proclaiming that Black Lives Matter today, our students and alumni/ae bear prophetic witness in the face of injustice. Pacific School of Religion challenges the minds and nurtures the spirits of leaders who transform the world.
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Your gift allows students to apply a critical, theological lens to pressing social concerns. Your generosity will impact not only our students, but the lives they touch through ministry, community-building, and social transformation.
“If your hope for the future includes a strong progressive Christian voice for justice, leaders who welcome the challenges and richness inherent in an increasingly diverse world, and a renewed and revitalized religious community, supporting Pacific School of Religion is an opportunity for you to participate in making your hope a reality.”
—Rev. Dr. David Vásquez-Levy, President