Featured Projects

Listen: State of Belief Radio 
In January, leaders of faith and moral courage — folks Auburn believes are likely to drive the multifaith movement for justice in 2014 — offered their wisdom for the coming year on State of Belief Radio. The “A Prophetic Vision for a New Year”-series of four weekly programs was supported by the May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation. Tune in!

Celebrate leaders of faith and moral courage!
Auburn invites you to New York City's most inspiring Breakfast — our Lives of Commitment Ceremony!

Report back: Learn more about a training program by Groundswell!
After a long winter program incubation, Auburn staff traveled to Buffalo, NY to pilot a new training program aimed at helping faith-rooted organizers organize more effectively in a digital age.

Interested in economic justice, #LGBTequality, women's rights? @amprog is hiring! http://t.co/dMPoJpikDy @CAPfaith @ssteenland
2:01 PM Apr 20th from Auburn

What Auburn Means To Me

What Auburn Means to Me features Rev. Dr. Jacqueline Lewis, senior minister of NYC’s Middle Collegiate Church, Dr. Sharon Groves, director of the Religion and Faith Program of the Human Rights Campaign, and Cantor Angela Buchdahl speaking on the impact Auburn has made on their ability to lead and mobilize communities for change. We invite you to watch and share this video and help support the movement.