Auburn Theological Seminary
|Type||501(c)(3) charitable organization|
|Key people||Rev. Dr. Katharine Henderson (President)
Rev. John Vaughn (Executive Vice President)
Macky Alston (Director, Auburn Media)
Rabbi Justus Baird](Director, Education Programming)
Isaac Luria (Director, Auburn Action)
Valarie KaurFounding Director, Groundswell
|Focus(es)||Religious Education and Activism|
The Auburn Theological Seminary is an institute for religious leadership that "faces the challenges of our fragmented, complex, and violent time. We envision religion as a catalyst and resource for a new world—one in which difference is celebrated, abundance is shared, and people are hopeful, working for a future that is better than today."  The Seminary is based in New York City and shares space with Union Theological Seminary.
The school was proposed in 1818 by Presbyterian pastor Dirck Cornelius Lansing in Auburn, New York. It started operation in 1821 with 4 teachers and 11 students. The only remaining buildings from that campus, called Willard Memorial Chapel-Welch Memorial Hall built in 1892 are listed as a National Historic Landmark. The chapel was named for donor Sylvester Willard.
The Auburn Affirmation is named for Robert Hastings Nichols who was a professor at the time.
Since the 1990s, Auburn has focused on religious continuing education and become leaders in theological research, attempting to redefine what it means to be a seminary in today's world. It also participates in social action and advocacy via its program, Groundswell.
- Maltbie Davenport Babcock (1858–1901)
- Dwight Baldwin (1798–1886)
- David Riddle Breed (1848–1931)
- Henry Roe Cloud (1884–1950)
- Titus Coan (1801–1881)
- Sheldon Dibble (1809–1845)
- Justus Doolittle (1824–1880)
- Josiah Bushnell Grinnell (1821–1891)
- Laurentine Hamilton (1826–1882)
- Joel T. Headley (1813–1897)
- Moses A. Hopkins (1846–1886)
- Herrick Johnson (1832–1913)
- George Williams Knox (1853–1912)
- Lorenzo Lyons (1807–1886)
- Edward Payson Roe (1838–1888)
- John Colman Bennett
- Timothy Grenville Darling
- James A. Forbes (born 1935)
- Laurens Perseus Hickok (1798–1888)
- Josiah Hopkins
- Matthew LaRue Perrine
- William Greenough Thayer Shedd (1820–1894)
- George Black Stewart
- Walter Wink
- "About Us". web site.
- John Quincy Adams (1918). A history of Auburn Theological Seminary, 1818-1918. Auburn Seminary Press.
- "Willard Memorial Chapel". web site. Retrieved 2010-01-21.
- "About Us". Auburn Theological Seminary web site. Retrieved 2010-01-21.