Earlham School of Religion is pleased to announce that ESR has been recognized as a Seminary that Changes the World for the third straight year by The Center for Faith and Service.
The Earlham School of Religion is currently accepting applications from those interested in the Tom Mullen Ministry of Writing Fellowship for the 2016-2017 Academic Year. Application Deadline: October 21, 2016
ESR will host the 7th annual Quaker Leadership Conference, Holy Experiments: Risk, Courage, and the Entrepreneurial Spirit, August 12-14, 2016. The conference will feature keynote presentations from Samir Selmanović and Christina Repoley.I
ESR will host the 6th annual Quaker Leadership Conference, Transformational Leadership & the Prophetic Witness, August 14-16, 2015. The conference will feature keynote presentations from ESR Dean Jay Marshall and leadership consultant Joyce Schroeder.
ESR is pleased to announce the appointment of Grace Ji-Sun Kim as Associate Professor of Theology.
A centering and meditative time of worship, prepared and led by students from the class on Spiritual Formation and Public Ministry, opened the 2015 ESR Spirituality Gathering. Prayer, scripture readings interspersed with silence, reflective songs, and a closing responsive reading which began "Always present God, we ask for the breath of Your Spirit to fill us" drew attenders into the meaning and focus for the day.
Join us for the 2015 Willson Lectures as we explore "Finding The Spirit of God in The Spirit of The World" with keynote speaker Diana Butler Bass.
Join us for the 2015 Willson Lectures as we explore "Finding The Spirit of God in The Spirit of The World" with keynote speakerDiana Butler Bass
ESR will be leading a contextual education trip to Colombia, partnering with the Christian Peacemakers team, during the May 2015 Intensive.
The most recent issue of ESR Reports is now available, and if you haven't received a copy in the mail. you can also read it on our website.
We are exited to debut a new design and format with this issue, and great content including articles from alums Jessica Easter '14, Josh Seligman '14, and Adam Weber '11. You can view the issue here.