How can your community of faith help heal the world? Sometimes the biggest impact can come with one small act. Auburn recommends this documentary that shows how meaningful change can begin with one simple action. Click here to learn more about A Small Act and how it can be a resource to your community of faith.
This documentary resource shares the relationship between homosexuality and the Bible through the experiences of five very normal, very Christian, very American families through their stories we discover how insightful people of faith handle the realization of having a gay child. For more information on For the Bible Tells Me So click here. For more Auburn resources on LGBT equality click here.
Sara Herwig shares her transition from male-to-female in this film that follows her ordination journey in the Presbyterian Church that includes her former wife Billie and daughter Stephanie. For more information on Thy Will Be Done click here. For more Auburn resources on LGBT equality click here.
This multifaith film series showcases clips from documentaries Jesus Camp, Defamation and New Muslim Cool to inspire discussion to bridge religious divides. Click here to learn more about We Are the Ones We’ve Been Waiting For. Click here to learn more about Auburn multifaith resources.
My So-Called Enemy tells the story of 6 Jewish, Christian and Muslim who participated in the women’s leadership program Bridging Bridges for Peace, and how their transformative experience affects their lives in the Middle East for the following 7 years. Click here to learn more.
How does a 12th Century Benedictine Nun continue to influence us in the areas of spirituality, science and ecological activism? Don't miss this upcoming film to learn the story of Hildegard Von Bingen.
Poverty has been called the greatest weapon of mass destruction. This documentary offers concrete tools to end poverty and tells the story of people who are organizing and make a difference. Click here to learn how to bring this documentary to your community.
Ending poverty is at the heart of every faith tradition. This documentary offers concrete tools to end poverty and tells the story of people who are organizing and make a difference. Click here to learn how to bring this documentary to your community.
As news of hate crimes flood the news, turn to this documentary resource that tells the stories of Sikh, Muslim and Arab communities in the U.S. who are helpless against the hate that is unfairly targeted to them in the wake of September 11, 2001. Click here for more.
Made in L.A. follows the story of three Latina immigrants working in Los Angeles garment sweatshops as they embark on a three-year odyssey to win basic labor protections from a trendy clothing retailer. Immigration reform remains a key priority for religious communities and let this documentary be a resource for your congregation by clicking here.
This scene from the aftermath of September 11 shares the power of hope and healing. Let this film begin an important conversation in your community. Click here to learn more about this documentary resource.