This year’s General Assembly will include an important conversation on the Middle East. The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Middle East Study Committee has released a report that will be considered at the gathering. In an effort to bridge our religious divides, Auburn offers you resources that represent multiple and diverse perspectives...
It is difficult to explain Face to Face | Faith to Faith to those who have not experienced the program, but over the next two weeks, I will try. I will try to explain how we look at conflicts - of culture, faith and identity - and create a space for dialogue and relationships.
Looking for ways to strengthen your teaching and preaching and stay current with all that is happening in news and information? Here’s how Auburn’s resources can strengthen your message to trouble the waters and heal the world.
When I preached last Sunday I used Auburn’s resources to strengthen my message of God’s call to trouble the waters and heal the world. Here’s how the Auburn Web site helped me in my sermon and worship preparation.
Looking for resources to bring your message of justice to your community of faith this week? Auburn has what you are looking for to bring a fresh approach to the upcoming focus of Father’s Day and Juneteenth.
We at Auburn grieve the loss of our former Dean, the Rev. Dr. Lee Hancock. Lee was a visionary and played a foundational role in developing two of our signature programs – Auburn’s Center for Multifaith Education and The Auburn Coaching Institute. Lee also served as unofficial pastor to us and our community. She loved us and we love her. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Lee’s family and friends, and we will share news of opportunities to gather to celebrate her life as they arise.
This first week of June marks a time of transition for many families…the season of graduation and the awareness of new beginnings ahead. Here’s a great blog from a faith leader that frames the importance of this gradation season.