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
September 18, 2014
It has been an inspiration to watch the Rev. Fletcher Harper come into his own as a leader of faith and moral courage, the kind of leader Auburn exists to equip and a true partner in our work.
By Auburn
September 16, 2014
We invite you to come hear modern-day prophet the Rev. Dr. William Barber II offer a vision of the world as it should be and a plan for you to be a part of making that vision a reality.
By Auburn
July 15, 2014
Auburn just appointed a visionary new leader to our staff and I’m so excited to tell you about him: our new Vice President for Applied Research.
By Auburn
August 25, 2014
When people and communities of goodwill conspire across lines of difference to leverage our privilege on behalf of others, then the narrative changes from us-versus-them to us-with-them and suddenly everyone has a stake.
By Auburn
August 4, 2014
We thank you, Sapreet, for the way you lead with boundless hope, burnished by a lifetime of trial, strengthened by a lifetime of service.
By Auburn
July 1, 2014
After a thoughtful and deliberate process that spanned many months, Auburn Seminary is delighted to welcome the Rev. Dr. Christian Scharen as Vice President for Applied Research.
By Auburn
June 30, 2014
As our program year comes to a close, we’d like to take a moment to thank you for your support of Auburn Seminary.
By Auburn
June 26, 2014
It isn’t enough that Auburn supports today’s leaders; America needs a deep bench of leaders with the potential to become tomorrow’s Martin Luther King, Jr. or Sister Simone Campbell of Nuns on the Bus.
By Auburn
June 20, 2014
Auburn’s dean brought deep theology to the halls of Congress, and a congressman praised our work. Ours were not partisan positions — they were moral ones infusing our best moral thinking into the halls of power ...
By Auburn
June 11, 2014
As an American, and as a rabbi, I believe we can achieve an approach to money in politics where the voices of the poor and the voices of the middle class can be heard alongside the voices of the wealthy.
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.