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Todd Atkins-Whitley

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December 3, 2018

Faculty Candidate Lectures

The PSR community is invited to attend the public presentations for PSR’s positions in Practical Theology and Director of CEL. The s Candidates for the Faculty in Practical Theology, Education,…
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CatalystFaculty
November 28, 2018

Hope and Resilience: Leaping Back

In these tumultuous times that seem to require repeated acts of resistance from people who desire a world shaped by justice and compassion, resilience has become a bit of a…
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Current OpeningsEmploymentStudent Openings
November 26, 2018

Literacy Intervention Tutor, Reading Partners (East Oakland or Fruitvale)

Job Title: Literacy Intervention Tutor Deadline: Open until filled with intent to fill immediately Employer/Department Name: Pacific School of Religion (in Cooperation with Reading Partners) Compensation: $15 per hour Hours:…
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Main News
October 29, 2018

PSR Statement on the Attack on Tree of Life Synagogue

My heart is in deep grief at the horrendous killing of 11 worshippers at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania—the deadliest attack ever on Jews in the United States. …
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October 10, 2018

A New Partnership: REALM Charter Middle School

Pacific School of Religion proudly announces a partnership with REALM Charter Schools in Berkeley to operate their middle school in the Seely Mudd building. Built around principles of Love, Grit,…
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Catalyst
October 6, 2018

Spiritual Practices of Resilience

In our Fall 2018 issue of CATALYST, we shared spiritual practices that promote resilience and can serve as a frequent reminder of our need to cultivate inner strength and connection to…
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CatalystFacultyJay Johnson
October 1, 2018

Habits of Healing in Communities of Hope

by Rev. Dr. Jay Emerson Johnson Political chaos, racial hostility and violence, severe economic disparities, a rapidly unfolding ecological catastrophe—these are just some of the symptoms of a social disease…
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