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An Institute to Promote Interreligious Leadership

Situated in a neighborhood home to numerous immigrant communities and with an increasingly diverse student body, Augsburg University is uniquely positioned to facilitate building bridges in a polarized world through inter-religious communication, understanding and relationships. Because we are shaped by the faith and values of the Lutheran Church, Augsburg is committed to religious diversity being a constructive force serving the common good.

Religious Life on Campus

Augsburg University offers a variety of opportunities for students, faculty, staff, and the community to engage in worship, contemplation and dialogue.

Interfaith Scholars

Interfaith Scholars are a group of students interested in exploring the religious diversity of the Augsburg student body, the wider Twin Cities community, and the United States through interreligious dialogue and action.

Interfaith Fellows

The Augsburg Interfaith Fellows are charged with deepening and extending Augsburg’s calling to interreligious engagement, preparing students to live and serve in contexts of religious pluralism.

Interfaith Ally Training

This workshop provides participants with the opportunity to learn about a wide range of faiths and ethical traditions including Native Spirituality, Judaism, Islam, Hybrid, Hinduism, Christianity, Buddhism and Atheism.

Recent Posts

Welcome to Chris Stedman as the Inter-Religious Resource Coordinator

Interfaith at Augsburg is pleased to announce that Chris Stedman ’08 will serve as Inter-Religious Resource Coordinator for the upcoming …

Perspectives on the Opioid Crisis in the Somali Community

  Thursday, September 30 at 4-5 pm Webinar format hosted by Augsburg University Events Event sponsored by Interfaith at Augsburg …

Discerning our Moral Commitments Together: A Multifaith Conversation on Racial Justice and Human Dignity

Minnesota Multifaith Network (MnMN) is offering an interfaith convening called, “Discerning our Moral Commitments Together: A Multifaith Conversation on Racial …

The Intersection of Religion and Science: A Conversation with Aisha Mohamed ’16

Date: March 2, 2021 Time: 4:00 – 5:00 pm Zoom Webinar   You are invited to hear Aisha Mohamed ’16 …