SFTS denounces and opposes white supremacy in all of its many forms, and particularly the violence and terrorism that the world has witnessed in Charlottesville this weekend.
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In response to the Trump administration’s continuing attacks on the transgender community, San Francisco Theological Seminary unequivocally reaffirms its commitment to the full inclusion of transgender persons in the life of the seminary community and in service in the world.
The Center for Innovation in Ministry at San Francisco Theological Seminary (SFTS) announced the launch of Project Trust, an exploratory initiative aiming to help bridge the faith community with mental health care providers. Kaiser Permanente Northern California is supporting the program through a grant provided to the Alexander Montgomery Foundation.
Marcia McFee, Ph.D., professor, author, preacher, ritual artist, and creator of Worship Design Studio, has joined SFTS as Ford Fellow.
We invite you to be our guest and visit our campus Inquirers Weekend! Several dates planned throughout 2017 and 2018! Part academic seminar, part spiritual retreat, this event will introduce you to our robust academic programs and reflective, inclusive community.
Professor Chris Ocker recently presented at the Vatican, on the topic of “Financial Interests and the Secularization of Church Property,” 500 years after the Reformation.
The Faculty, staff, current students, family, and friends gathered last Saturday, May 20, to celebrate the accomplishments and hard work of the Class of 2017.
This retreat is for those interested in spiritual direction, activists, pastors, trans-religious and deeply Christian – all are welcome.
1985 Alumna Rev. Sarah Stephens’ career in human rights advocacy and combatting human trafficking has taken her from the United States to serve around the world. This weekend, she receives SFTS’ Distinguished Alumna award at Commencement.
How do communities of faith engage the issue of gun violence? Find out at our upcoming seminar, Peacemaking in the City: Churches Responding to Gun Violence.
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Moved by God’s love in Jesus Christ, San Francisco Theological Seminary prepares women and men for transformational ministries of justice, peace and healing, which advance the church’s hopeful, loving engagement with the world.
San Francisco Theological Seminary is proud to be a founding member of the Graduate Theological Union (GTU) in Berkeley. SFTS students have access to over 10 million volumes between the GTU and UC Berkeley library system, as well as thousands of interfaith classes in the eight member schools and UC Berkeley.