Center for Lesbian & Gay Studies Statement on Anti-LGBTQ Votes at 2012 United Methodist General Conference

The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies in Religion and Ministry is deeply saddened by today’s vote at the United Methodist Church’s General Conference in Tampa, Florida, which leaves unchanged the

PSR mourns the death of Maura Tucker

Maura Clare Tucker died surrounded by her family and friends, early Tuesday morning, May 1st at the family home in El Cerrito after a courageous struggle with cancer for 2 ½ years. She ...

PSR Faculty, Staff and Students attending UCC Annual Gathering this Week

Beginning Thursday, April 26, the Northern California Nevada Conference of United Church of Christ will be holding their Annual Gathering at the Sofitel Hotel in Redwood City, CA. Numerous PSR ...

Upcoming Online Courses/Seminars offered by TEL Program

The TEL program includes courses and seminars in a variety of lengths and formats. All courses are open to any learner, and are available entirely online. They may be taken individually, or as ...

Easter Reflection by Rev. Jim Mitulski in the Bay Area Reporter

Rev. Jim Mitulski, co-director of worship and campus pastor, writes an Easter reflection on Resurrection, Life and PSR for the Bay Area Reporter.

PSR Alum to be Installed as Co-Senior Pastor at UCC Church in El Cerrito

Kevin Omi (MDiv 2009) will be installed as Co-Senior Pastor of Sycamore Congregational Church UCC on Sunday, April 28 at 3:30pm.

PSR hosted opening panel for 27th Annual PANAAWTM Meeting

On March 15, PSR hosted the opening panel of the 27th annual meeting of PANAAWTM (Pacific, Asian and North American Asian Women in Theology and Ministry).  PANAAWTM is the oldest and probably the ...

Major Research Grants Awarded to Three PSR Faculty

Three PSR faculty have recently received major research grants that will deepen the institutions knowledge of Christian traditions from regional and global perspectives:

Sculptor John Toki's "Black Triangle" Installed at PSR Campus

Renowned Bay Area artist John Toki's sculpture "Black Triangle" was installed on March 1 at the entrance of Pacific School of Religion’s Doug Adams Gallery and Badè Museum of Biblical ...

Carin Jacobs, Director of CARE, accepted to Leadership Seminar

Carin Jacobs, Director of CARE, has been accepted to the inaugural class of the Association of Academic Museums and Galleries Museum and Gallery Leadership Seminar in partnership with the Kellogg ...