PSR Opens for 150th Year of Classes
As the Pacific School of Religion (PSR) opens its 150th year of classes, United Methodist students gather for the first meeting of the 2016-2017 academic year at the seminary. The United Methodist Church has had a formal relationship with the seminary since its early beginnings, and PSR today, continues to train a significant percentage of clergy and lay leaders in the California-Nevada Conference. Since its founding in 1866, PSR has served as a multi-denominational Christian seminary. Throughout its history, PSR has been on the cutting edge of emerging movements for change in the Christian tradition, representing an early voice for the equality of women, resisting racial prejudice and war, and advocating for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people and the economically disadvantaged.
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