"Contributing to the transformation and renewal of society
through the transformation and renewal of leaders"
The Trinity Forum is a nonprofit organization that works to cultivate networks of leaders whose integrity and vision will renew culture and promote human freedom and flourishing. We provide access to a broad but focused body of classic and thoughtful writings designed to facilitate conversation and reflection around some of society’s most intriguing questions and themes. This is accomplished through unique programs and publications that offer contexts for leaders to consider together the great ideas that have shaped Western civilization and the faith that has animated its highest achievements.
Since our founding in 1991, we have facilitated seminars, discussions, retreats, and lectures for thousands of leaders in North America, Europe, and Asia. These events feature opportunities for participation in profound reflection and candid conversation about life’s most important issues. Speakers for many of our programs and events are drawn from our diverse group of contributors and collaborators – Trinity Forum Senior Fellows. Current Senior Fellows include David Aikman, James Davison Hunter, and Makoto Fujimura. To see a complete listing of our Senior Fellows and their biographical information, please click here. Some of our recent events have focused on topics such as the life and work of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the complex connection between science and faith, and the dynamic relationship of politics and religion.
To stimulate thought and discussion, the Trinity Forum has developed an exceptional collection of resource materials that can be used in conjunction with our events or independently by individuals and groups. Stressing both core principles and practical application, Trinity Forum publications address themes including character, leadership, freedom, civil society, progress, reform, and philanthropy. Trinity Forum Readings provide short biographies, essays, and classic stories and include original forwards to place the timeless themes within them in our current times. Trinity Forum curricula provide anthologies for purposeful discussion and reflection within a classroom, small group, or individual setting. We have produced eight curricula and over 70 Trinity Forum Readings. To view a complete collection of our resources, please visit the Trinity Forum Store.
The Trinity Forum is a nonprofit organization in the United States and a registered charity in the United Kingdom. Donations to support our work and mission are welcome and appreciated. For more details on how to give please visit our donation page.
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