Auburn News

Auburn's activities and staff are featured frequently in the news through reporting on our programs as well as through our blogs in the Washington Post, Huffington Post and Religion Dispatches. Look here for recent articles about our work and our perspectives on religion and public life.

By Auburn
October 26, 2015
"How can we integrate our spirits and minds — bringing deep knowledge from other disciplines such as organic farming, spirituality, and faith practices — into our movement work?"
By Auburn
November 16, 2015
"The only way to effectively stop hatred and fear from spreading is with revolutionary love – the kind of transformative, active, and prophetic love that breeds hope and justice."
By Auburn
October 18, 2015
The art of storytelling is a cornerstone of Auburn’s work with faith leaders. Stories universally connect us as human beings, opening hearts and minds like nothing else can.
By Auburn
August 3, 2015
"Black Lives Matter is a call to conscience for all of us. It is a call to be our highest and best selves." - Rev. John Vaughn
By Auburn
July 25, 2015
I hope you will take a moment to read this series and share with us on Facebook how your faith tradition urges you to be morally courageous in fighting injustice.
By Auburn
June 25, 2015
"The issues require that we work as hard as ever to equip leaders—from the pulpit to the public square—to build communities, bridge divides, pursue justice and heal the world."
By Auburn
June 10, 2015
Concerned about race and violence in America but not sure what to do? This thoughtful exchange will explore what is going on and how people of different religious backgrounds can join the conversation. RSVP!
By Auburn
June 4, 2015
Your contribution will enable us to respond quickly to our new Auburn Senior Fellows and the millions they inspire, as they work to eradicate the injustices that tear the moral fabric of our society.
By Auburn
May 29, 2015
It’s not too late to join us for one of our upcoming Auburn Conversations!
By Auburn
May 19, 2015
The Auburn Senior Fellows program, first of its kind, will equip faith leaders working on the frontlines for justice: from a moral economy to racial equality, LGBTQ & gender rights, climate change to immigration & more.
Preaching for Peace: Auburn President Rev. Dr. Katharine Henderson

Rev. Dr. Katharine Henderson preached for multifaith understanding around the recent controversy at the NYC Park 51 Community Center near Ground Zero. To learn more about how Auburn is equipping religious leaders for multifaith dialogue click here. To watch Auburn’s Take the Bully Out of the Pulpit: How America’s Faith Leaders Can Bring Healing to the Nation click here.