Heal the World Summit - June 1, 2024 - RSVP Today!

Heal the World.

Auburn Theological Seminary is being transformed. 

As we build our research and new narrative change and storytelling capabilities, we are transforming to answer the reality of our ruptured world with a long vision that includes you! We’ll be mining our identity as a 205-year-old institution and our experience as a cultivator of mature faith and justice leadership and movements to identify and strengthen new generations of leaders to heal the world. 

A Bold New Change.

Thank you for your partnership as we move through this strategic process. We will emerge with a new website and crystallized strategic plan in Summer 2024

A Rich History.

Chartered in 1818, what has remained true and pulsing in Auburn’s heart and DNA for over two centuries is the desire to meet societal changes with courage. From fighting against fundamentalism within Christianity to creating spaces for multifaith leaders to advance justice, Auburn has pushed the boundaries of theological education for the cause of love.

A New Direction.

We are building new capacities to seed a thriving future for all through the adoption of a long-term view for world impact, and are animated by this question: “What will it take to send to the future new generations of healing-centered leaders who build community, bridge divides and pursue justice?”
Leadership Development
Building on decades of experience working with leaders of faith and moral courage, we will renew our focus on shaping emerging and intergenerational leaders with love and courage.
Center for Research
We will relaunch our research program, conducting impactful research to support religious leaders in shaping a different narrative about the role of religion and empowering leaders with research-based resources.
Center for Storytelling and Narrative Change
Leveraging Auburn’s legacy of media training and workshops provided by theologians Dr. Walter and June Wink, the Center for Storytelling and Narrative Change will equip leaders to identify, engage, and transform religious narratives.

Our Commitment

We are committed to investing in leaders, particularly the next generation, to address the challenges ahead. Our approach may shift, but our commitment to supporting leaders who actively create and cultivate justice, healing, and change remains steadfast.
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