Holy Hill on a rainy day

A gallery of small treasures found around Holy Hill on a rainy afternoon, including this view of the chapel at the Pacific School of Religion, the GTU’s oldest seminary. Despite the Christian iconography shown in the photo, the GTU is known for its diverse, interdenominational programs.

Roses hanging outside the D'Autrement building at the PSR

Roses hanging outside the D’Autrement building at the PSR

The PSR chapel on a rainy day

The PSR chapel on a rainy day

A inscription on the Holbrook building at the PSR

A inscription on the Holbrook building at the PSR

Stairs leading to Arch St. from the PSR

Stairs leading to Arch St. from the PSR

A skeleton hangs by a thread at the PSR

A skeleton hangs by a thread at the PSR

Cacti behind the PSR

Cacti behind the PSR

A message of peace at the University Christian Church

A message of peace at the University Christian Church

Succulent garden at the CDSP

Succulent garden at the CDSP

Blossoms near the CDSP

Blossoms near the CDSP

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