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New Year Resources from Auburn
By Kellie Anderson-Picallo
December 20, 2010
Happy New Year from Auburn! We have news and resources to help with your work as the calendar transitions into 2011, including key justice issues to track as well as programming for the new year. Here’s information you can use to help your work troubling the waters and healing the world.
In the News Immigration reform has never been more important and Auburn is partnering with Church World Service for a New Year’s Resolution – a campaign to inspire and be inspired, renew your commitment to building more welcoming communities and advocating for humane immigration policies in 2011, and share that commitment with others. Find full information by clicking here and a link to CWS Executive Director John McCullough's ”New Year’s Resolution for More Welcoming Communities” Click here to get the CSW toolkit and learn more and be a part of the New Year's Resolution campaign. Or listen to Auburn’s Religious Leader of the Week to hear their New Year’s Resolution.
Documentary to Track January is the perfect month to bring a documentary screening to your community and Auburn recommends A Small Act. Click here to learn more about the film and offers free curriculum for compelling discussion.
In Church News As the Christian calendar turns to the Christmas Event, many churches are already planning ahead for the season of Lent. What about using multimedia for your Lenten season? Auburn has partnered with Active Voice to create a Bible Study and Documentary curriculum for Have You Heard from Johannesburg which tracks the end of the South African apartheid and the important role that the church played in the movement. Click here to learn more about this compelling series and how to order DVDs and receive the free curriculum.
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