Religion & Public Affairs

In March 2013, the Center for Religion and Public Affairs’ director, Melissa Rogers, was named as the Director of the Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships for the White House (see news release). With Rogers’s new appointment the Center is no longer operating. Since 2004, the Center promoted the research, study and dialogue regarding the intersection of religion and public affairs, and provided resources for policymakers, divinity school students and religious leaders on these issues.

The “Joint Statement on Religious Expression in American Public Life,” produced by the Center, is still available here.


© Center for Religion and Public Affairs 2013