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
January 23, 2015
For some, we were protesters with a cause; for others, we were those crazy people interrupting lunch. The former feeling is liberating; the latter is humbling.
By Auburn
January 13, 2015
You are what gives me hope for 2015. May you once and for all unleash your prophetic voice this year.
By Auburn
December 30, 2014
By Auburn
December 12, 2014
Together we mourn the loss of our black and brown brothers and sisters while demanding an end to the violence inflicted by those who are supposed to protect us and the systemic unequal treatment by the law.
By Justus Baird
December 10, 2014
"It’s time for us Jews, as one of the most privileged groups in America, to feel more responsible for the racial divides that are poisoning our society."
By Auburn
December 5, 2014
Closing my eyes would be so easy, but to do so would only put me and my family at great peril. God comes to us saying "Do not be afraid for I am with you."
By Macky Alston
December 5, 2014
Many of you are gathering your thoughts, knowing that your community members and the media look to you for guidance to help them understand and respond to the growing outcry all across this nation.
By Auburn
November 24, 2014
As Thanksgiving approaches, I want to share with you a 5-minute video — a how-to for people to come together at table across all kinds of difference and dream a better world.
By Auburn
October 23, 2014
Each month since the year began, I have described to you a leader who makes me get up in the morning with hope and whose daily work of healing and repairing the world Auburn lives to equip.
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.