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Auburn for the Week of May 1
By Kellie Anderson-Picallo
April 20, 2011
We can't wait to see you this Friday May 6th when Auburn celebrates six extraordinary women at Lives of Commitment. Its not too late to be a part of this inspiring breakfast and watch the clip of Honoree Deborah Richardson below to learn how you can join us at Cipriani. Also, keep checking the Auburn Web site for video from Lives and Auburn's new program, Generosity and Gender Justice.
Religious Leader of the Week Deborah Richardson - For her work and activism in putting a stop to sex trafficking. Join Auburn in celebrating Deborah at the Friday May 6th Lives of Commitment Breakfast at Cipriani in New York City. Click here to learn how you can buy your tickets or table to Auburn's 2011 LOC Breakfast and click here to learn more about the six women who will be celebrated at Auburn's Lives of Commitment 2011.
Groundswell is a new multi-faith initiative that will help channel the aspirations of the emerging generation and inspire strategic action for justice. We believe that most Americans -- people of faith, as well as atheists, agnostics and the seeking -- are hungry to tap into a calling at the core of their being. Groundswell will offer one way for us to transcend bitter polarization, identify common ground, roll up our sleeves, and work together to repair the world. Click here to learn more and click here to watch video of Groundswell Director Valarie Kaur.
Auburn’s Seminarians in Israel Video Auburn Seminary offers a Seminarians in Israel program that brings together emerging Christian and Jewish faith leaders to visit Israel and the West Bank and experience the region through each other's eyes. Click here to watch this video and learn more about this remarkable program.
Follow this Blog Fan this page to read Auburn partner State of Formation which tracks key issues across religious lines from emerging leaders. Click here for State of Formation.
Looking for more resources from Auburn? Email Rev. Kellie Anderson-Picallo for more information to help your commuity.