Rev. Tet Gallardo Jr. 2016-17 Balázs Scholar What was it like for you growing up in the Philippines and why did you decide to become a religious leader? The Philippines is a deceivingly small country. Growing up there, it is pretty easy to get lost in the larger narratives or forced to choose between… Read More
Archives for July 2017
Considering a call to progressive ministry? Now is a good time to think about applying for spring courses at Starr King. Save these dates to your calendar and check our Prospective Students page for more information about how we can help with the discernment process.
The Rev. Mary Foran Graduate of Starr King (2010) Why did you decide to become a religious leader? It’s a great question and of course there’s a long answer and a short answer, so I’ll try to stick on the shorter side. I became a Unitarian Universalist in the late ‘80s and loved being… Read More
Starr King School for the Ministry announces with sorrow the death of the Rev. Dr. Robert “Bob” Kimball. The school’s former president, faculty member, and dean passed away on May 29, 2017 at the age of 88. Born in Rochester, NY to Frederick Booth Kimball and Marguerite Steinmiller Kimball, Bob was a tireless learner. He earned four… Read More
Dear Beloveds, It is with great excitement and gratitude that we share the following news with you. Through the generosity of our supporters, Starr King School for the Ministry has far exceeded its fundraising goals for 2017. With your support, we were able to finish the year off with $2,707,171.36 in total funds raised for the… Read More
The following photos, videos, and event summaries were shared in Starr King’s email updates during the 2017 Unitarian Universalist Association’s General Assembly (GA), June 21-25, 2017 in New Orleans, LA. To receive the latest news from Starr King, please subscribe to our mailing list (look for the red box on this page) and connect with us on Facebook… Read More