You’re a creative, fearless, spiritually-rooted thinker who wants to build a better world.

We’re a radically progressive seminary that can give you the tools and experience to do it.

Pacific School of Religion is a community of loving and curious people who connect theological study with spiritual formation and innovative leadership training. Our faculty and student body work together to create an educational experience focused on justice and equality, for ourselves and the world.

Located in the historically and culturally vibrant San Francisco Bay Area, we’re home to two groundbreaking centers for social transformation—Center for LGBTQ Studies in Religion and Ignite Institute @ PSR. We are also part of the Graduate Theological Union, a consortium of interreligious grad schools with the largest theological faculty in the U.S.

Come and See, our Prospective and New Student Event, is coming in October. Dates will be announced soon. Check it out!

Join us March 2-3 for Come & See! Prospective and Admitted Student Event. Come & See! is designed for those pursuing a call to ministry or considering seminary (graduate theological education) as preparation for social change work as a pastor, justice leader, chaplain, religious educator, scholar, administrator, or other faith community professional.

Contact us or fill out our Visit Planner if another date works better for your campus visit.

Admissions staff and PSR representatives can be found around the country at recruiting events and national conferences. We are always adding new events, so check back again often, as we update our plans. If you don’t see an event you think we should attend, contact us at!
Thursday, November 1, 2018

Human Migration: Claiming Roots in an Uprooted World

Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon’s 2018 Collins Summit, HUMAN MIGRATION: Claiming Roots in an Uprooted World, will explore the causes, challenges and opportunities of human migration in an increasingly global society. Join a diverse group of refugees, immigrants, advocates and scholars to develop an informed and compassionate approach to human migration both within and across borders.

Afternoon workshop topics include the causes of migration, what the journey entails, challenges faced upon arrival, and the intersectionality of community concerns such as racism, profiling and criminal justice. Afternoon events begin at 1pm at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church, 6700 NE 29th Ave.

The evening Collins Lecture by The Rev. Dr. David Vásquez-Levy, President of the Pacific School of Religion, and Ellen Rosenblum, Oregon Attorney General, addressing theological and legal aspects of human migration, will begin at 7pm in the Concordia University Gymnasium, 6430 NE 27th Ave.

Click here to purchase tickets.

Questions? Prefer to pay by check? Call Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon at (503) 221-1054.


We’re here to warmly welcome you to Pacific School of Religion! We can answer your questions about admissions, our degrees and certificates, financial aid, community life, and the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area.

Keaton Andreas
Co-Director of Admissions, Media, and Recruitment
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Cora Manuel
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