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Auburn Teaching and Preaching Resources for the Week of September 11th
By Kellie Anderson-Picallo
August 25, 2010
For this first week of September, Auburn has prepared resources to help your plan for the remembrance of September 11th, the conclusion of the Jewish High Holy Days and resources to spark important and healing discussions related to the Park51 Community Center in your community of faith.
As our nation approaches the anniversary of the September 11th attacks, Auburn recommends using documentary storytelling to be a resource in an important conversation of healing and the length of forgiveness. Click here to learn more about the outstanding documentary The Power of Forgiveness. Auburn’s Religious Leader of the Week is Elie Weisel who continues this important discussion on forgiveness - listen to his important message by clicking here.
Looking for more documentary resources? Filmmaker Valarie Kaur takes viewers on a journey of healing after the September 11th attacks with her documentary, Divided We Fall. Click here to learn more.
If your community is observing Yom Kippur Auburn recommends these documentary resources – click here and here.
In the News, the Park51 Community Center has created a critical moment in interfaith dialogue. Let Auburn be a resource to you and click here to learn about Auburn’s work on this issue to bridge religious divides. Want to learn more about Park51 and how it can be an opportunity for your community to deepen its work in healing divides? Here are two podcasts Auburn recommends to help inform your work: Click here and here to download these great resources.
Looking for more great information on how Auburn can be a resource to your work troubling the waters? Email the Rev. Kellie Anderson-Picallo. And check back next week for upcoming documentary film series for your community.
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