Auburn's Center for Multifaith Education equips people of all faiths, from senior religious leaders to teens in conflict-torn countries, to reach across lines of religious difference and build a more just and peaceful world. How can we help you lead in a religiously diverse world?



  • On November 7, friends of Auburn joined at CAPITALE for the fifth annual Peace Is Possible dinner, to benefit our Face to Face | Faith to Faith program. We invite you to click and watch the video highlights and a
    12:10 PM Nov 18th from Jeanine Caunt | Read More
  • Not a story you hear everyday. During Ramadan this year, prominent American Muslim leaders urged Hamas to immediately release captive Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. Their rationale: Hamas doesn't like the unjust treatment
    7:54 AM Sep 13th from Justus Baird | Read More
  • Check out volume 7 of the Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue, featuring top scholarly religious voices from around the globe. Once again, we hear perspectives that aren’t always highlighted or included in academic discu
    1:23 PM Sep 9th from Justus Baird | Read More

Since 1990, Auburn Seminary has grown from an institution focused on strengthening Christian leaders to an institution passionate about building bridges across faith lines. Today, Auburn remains rooted in the Christian tradition with multifaith commitments. Auburn's staff and board includes Christians, Muslims and Jews, and our programs reach people of Muslim, Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh, and Bahai faiths - to name a few. Almost everything Auburn does is infused with a multifaith perspective - from its research on theological education to its leadership programs to its media work. Rabbi Justus Baird directs Auburn's multifaith work.