In our work we strive to embody what we hope to see in the world — a just, loving humanity and community in which people are free to be themselves fully and without fear; a community where no one is exiled, silenced or exploited because of gender, gender expression, race, color, ethnic or national origin, religion, sexual/affectional orientation, age, class, physical character or disability.
Our faculty come from a variety of academic and professional backgrounds. Their work supports the school’s mission to prepare people for Unitarian Universalist and progressive multi-religious faith ministries and religious leadership in society.
We look forward to exploring your call to spiritual leadership.
Our programs equip religious leaders for the 21st century.
Community life is an integral part of study at Starr King. The school welcomes a diverse population, including international students and those who represent a variety of life stages. The school affirms the range of human gender identities and sexual/affectional orientations and celebrates our growing racial and cultural diversity.
Additionally, Starr King houses The Center for Multi-Religious Studies (CMRS), a premier hub for the academic and vocational exploration of multi-religious identity and practice.