On the Auburn Web site this week we have resources as the Jewish calendar moves into Passover and the Christian calendar is in Holy Week. And save the date for Friday May 6th to meet five extraordinary women who are troubling the waters and healing the world. Also,new video that showcases the transformative experience of bringing together emerging Christian and Jewish faith leaders to visit Israel and the West Bank and experience the region through each other's eyes. All this and more on the Auburn Web site this week.
Religious Leader of the Week Cantor Angela Buchdahl - a Rabbi and Cantor whose non-traditional background is a part of her commitment to share the Jewish faith in the Central Synagogue community and beyond.
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.
Lives of Commitment Don't miss this gathering of extraordinary women who are troubling the waters and healing the world. Click here for more information for this Friday May 6th breakfast.
Blog to follow 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.
Rabbis for Human Rights Rabbis across North American have joined together to stop Islamophobia which is not Jewish values. Click here to watch Auburn’s Rabbi Justus Baird share his powerful story. And click here to read his latest blog.
Holy Week Resources, click here for information on an outstanding multimedia Bible Study created for the Lenten season that uses the power of documentary and the story of the church’s role in helping to end South African apartheid in Have You Heard From Johannesburg. Also, consider a film screening of A Small Act and use these resources for Christian communities for this discussion.
Looking for more resources from Auburn? Email Rev. Kellie Anderson-Picallo for more information to help your commuity.