News

New pastoral care team serves PSR community

Beginning this fall, PSR will offer a team-based approach to pastoral care for students, staff, and faculty.

New Certificate of Swedenborgian Theology launched

The Swedenborgian House of Studies, an affiliate of Pacific School of Religion, announces a new certificate, the Certificate of Swedenborgian Theology. The newly accredited program is the first at ...

Bernard Schlager is CLGS’s new executive director

With Mary Ann Tolbert, the founding executive director of the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies in Religion and Ministry (CLGS), taking on duties as PSR’s dean, the center needed an experienced hand

Del Brown, PSR dean emeritus and voice of progressive Christianity, dies at 73

Delwin Brown, dean emeritus of Pacific School of Religion (PSR), died at his home in San Rafael, CA on September 12, of colon cancer. As a lay theologian equally at ease in academia and the public ...

Director named for Community and Continuing Education

Laurie Isenberg has been named the first director of Community and Continuing Education at PSR.

Summer reading and much more on Bill's blog

It’s been a somewhat open secret on campus that Linda and I have been thinking about our future plans. A year ago I told the board that while we were committed to staying at PSR through the ...

PSR president announces retirement

William McKinney, president of Pacific School of Religion since 1996, announced today that he will step down from his position at the end of the coming academic year, June 30, 2010. “This has ...

PSR announces hiatus for PANA Institute

The PSR faculty, the executive committee of the board of trustees, and the administration have announced the suspension of operations of the PANA Institute for six to twelve months in order that ...

Joe Thomas memorial service on August 15

Joe Thomas, who served PSR as its vice president for administration from 1989 until 1994, died July 27, 2009.

New Doug Adams Gallery to open in September

Carin Jacobs, director of the Center for the Arts, Religion, and Education (CARE), has announced the September 2009 opening of the new Doug Adams Gallery at PSR’s Badè Museum.