As part of the ongoing work to re-envision PSR and create financial stability and growth for the PSR endowment and the community it serves, in May of 2013, the PSR Board of Trustees created the Campus
With your help, PSR just celebrated a very successful fall campaign.
Minister Bobbie Jean Baker (March 20th, 1964 – January 1st, 2014)
Many people across the church, public health, social justice, arts, & LGBT communities, as well as distant ...
This past weekend, on February 1 and 2, the Presidential Search Committee interviewed a small group of semi-final candidates.
For Christy Newton (MDiv ‘00), a trip to the store means a lot more than just picking up bread ...
The National Religious Campaign Against Torture (NRCAT) staff and fellow judges announced that PSR MDiv student, artist and poet Sarah McCune has been selected to receive 1st place honors in NRCAT
Congratulations to CLGS' LGBT Religious Archive Network (LGBT-RAN), winners of the Allan Bérubé prize for its online exhibit, "The Upstairs Lounge Fire", which documents early Metropolitan Community
In Icon & Artifact, Paul Roorda uses ashes, gold leaf, historical materials, and discarded Bibles to express a neo-liturgical approach to Christian art and ritual.
Students in the PSR U.S./Mexico Border Immersion are sharing their experiences and reflections along with photographs, poetry, and challengi
The Jeanne Audrey Powers Leadership for Change Scholarship is an innovative program for United Methodist seminarians studying at any one of the thirteen United Methodist seminaries in the United St