"My sense of vocation is to combine ordained ministry and academic teaching. You would be hard pressed to find an Episcopal seminary in America which would provide better preparation for such a dual vocation as Berkeley Divinity School at Yale."

Michael Cover '08 Asst Professor of New Testament, Marquette University

"In retrospect, the chief virtue of Berkeley Divinity School for me was that I learned what it meant to be Anglican while attending classes alongside Christians of every kind. The result was a deeper sense of where my tradition falls in the wider Christian community, and a better ability to live and work with people from many faith traditions."

Barbara Brown Taylor '76

"Berkeley's Episcopal identity within an ecumenical divinity school, at the heart of a great university, uniquely calls it to a ministry of leadership formation."

James Ward '74 Executive Director, Senior Access, San Rafael, California