Graduate Theological Union
- Apr27 “'Sing – now! – to God!' Miriam and Moses.” With Avivah Zornberg.
- Apr27 Islamic Identity in the West
- Apr28 "Following the Road of Fire": The Emergence of Teilhard de Chardin's Panchristic Mysticism during the First World War by Ursula King
- Apr30 CircumNavigators: Exhibit at Flora Lamson Hewlett Library
Campanile image courtesy of University of California, Berkeley.
The Graduate Theological Union is an ecumenical and interreligious crossroads, building bridges among Christian denominations and other faith traditions, and dedicated to educating students for teaching, research, ministry, and service. We seek to achieve our mission in two ways: as a graduate school offering academic programs in a wide range of fields in theology and religious studies, and as the largest partnership of seminaries and graduate schools in the United States. The GTU flourishes as a haven for interdisciplinary religious thought, study, and practice, making a tangible difference for the greatest good – and serving as the place where religion meets the world.