The peace movement called Women of Liberia Mass Action for Peace led to the election of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in 2005, making Liberia the first African nation with a female president. To learn how your faith community can screen this extraordinary film, click here.
Rev. Dr. Katharine Henderson calls for people of faith to speak up and condemn the religious bigotry of Florida minister Terry Jones who recently burned a Qur’an. This interview is courtesy of Odyssey Network and their Faith Under Fire coverage. Click here to learn more about Auburn’s commitment to bridging religious divides. Click here for more information on Odyssey Network.
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. For more information on this program contactact Rabbi Justus Baird by clicking here or Rev. J.C. Austin by clicking here. For more Auburn resources to bridge religious divides click here.
Director of Women’s Multifaith Education Lisa Anderson shares a prayer to invite new thinking, new conversations, and new action to transform the world. Auburn knows that women of all faiths who are grounded in expansive generosity, rooted in shared values, committed to deep justice, and empowered in their own unique, world-changing voices have the power to create a world where all people have ample opportunity to flourish. To learn more about Auburn resources for equipping women's leadership click here.
Yvette Flunder, Presiding Bishop of The Fellowship and Founder and Senior Pastor of the City of Refuge United Church of Christ, is an example of the bold and resilient leadership Auburn exists equip. To learn more about Auburn’s Women’s Multifaith Program, click here.
Case Study learning builds leadership by bridging the classroom experience with the field. For more information on Case Study Learning contact Auburn's Center for Multifaith Education Rabbi Justus Baird by clicking here. For more information on Auburn resources to bridge religious divides click here.
Auburn recommends the documentary series Have You Heard from Johannesburg as a resource to help your religious community respond to issues in their community. Click here to learn more about this film. Click here to download the multimedia Bible Study curriculum for your church community.
As Jews around the world prepare to celebrate the start of the New Year, Rosh Hashanah, let this documentary that tells the story of Lior, a Jewish boy with Down Syndrome preparing for his Bar Mitzvah, be a resource to youth as well as adults in your community by clicking here.
When the death of a close friend challenges the very foundation of his faith, filmmaker and seminarian Macky Alston explores the relationship of suffering and hope across all religious boundaries. Let this film be a resource to your faith community by clicking here.
This first week of June is a time of transition for many families whose loved ones are graduating from one school to the next. Use this documentary as a resource for your faith community to talk about the challenges of transition.Click here to learn more about Questioning Faith.