Voice Newsletter

Voice is the free quarterly newsletter from the Women's Resource Center which provides news and information to friends and supporters of the WRC.

Read the latest issue of the WRC Newsletter (Summer 2015).

Archived/Past Issues:


Contact Newsletter

Contact is published by the General Conference Ministerial Association and aimed at women clergy.

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Update Newsletter

Update is published several times a year by the Women's Resource Center, highlighting the latest news and upcoming events.

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News & Notes

News & Notes

News & Notes is an annual newsletter, summarizing the Women's Resource Center's activities for the past year.

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Scholarships for Women

Library: Online Thematic Bibliography

The Women’s Resource Center aims to educate the church and community about important issues women face. Library resources share the truth about an inclusive God who values both genders equally. It is our goal to make the WRC library more accessible to students, professors, and pastors writing sermons, research papers, preparing seminars, and so forth. The Center has an impressive and diverse book library; thousands of print material in the form of sermons, articles, theses, statistics and data, unpublished manuscripts; and many media resources in the form of VHS, audio, and DVDs. College students, graduate students, ministers, independent researchers, and interested persons are invited to use these resources. [more information]


Recommended Links


Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Information

La Sierra University On-Campus Organizations

  • Student Health Services: 1-951-785-2200
  • University Security: 1-951-785-2222
  • Counseling Center: 1-951-785-2011

Off-Campus Organizations

  • RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network): 1-800-656-HOPE
  • Riverside Police Department: 9-1-1
  • Riverside Area Rape Crisis Center: 1-951-686-7273

Project Safe

Raising awareness and providing support and advocacy to reduce the incidence of sexual violence on the La Sierra University campus.

Providing information about rape and sexual assault.

Hosting events and programs during Sexual Assault Awareness month in April.