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August 15, 2017

Resources and reflections on Charlottesville

As followers of a just and loving God, we condemn the deplorable, racist terror that erupted this weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia. We stand in solidarity with those putting their bodies…
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Main NewsRacial justice
August 15, 2017

Tender Flesh: Charlottesville, White Supremacy and Resistance as Revelatory Vulnerability

by Sharon R. Fennema, Assistant Professor of Christian Worship, Director of Certificate in Sexuality and Religion, Director of Worship Life In the last several years, I have been involved in many…
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A World on the MoveHomepage newsMain News
August 7, 2017

Apply to be an Emerging Leader!

Emerging Leader fellows are first- and second-generation immigrant young adults (between 18-30) considering a path to pastoral ministry. Fellows spend a weekend of discernment at Pacific School of Religion in…
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Main News
June 28, 2017

A Year in the Life of Pacific School of Religion

Dear Friends, Just over a year ago, I packed up my house, said goodbye to family and friends, left my hometown of Cleveland, Ohio where I spent most of my…
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A World on the MoveMain News
May 24, 2017

Now Accepting Applications for our Hawaiʻi Summer Doctor of Ministry Cohort

For religious leaders who want to explore the ministry issues in the Pacific world Join a spiritually rooted community of fearless, revolutionary, curious, and creative people focused on guiding their…
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Faculty NewsMain News
May 24, 2017

Memorial Service Details for Dr. A. Durwood Foster, Faculty Emeritus

Dear Pacific School of Religion Community, We are saddened to share that Dr. A. (Andrew) Durwood Foster, Pacific School of Religion Emeritus Professor, passed away on May 20 in Ashland,…
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Main NewsQueering Faith
April 29, 2017

Statement on UMC Ruling Regarding Bishop Karen Oliveto

Pacific School of Religion shares the deep disappointment of many members of the United Methodist Church in response to the ruling by the top court of the United Methodist Church,…
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