Trinity Forum

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The Trinity Forum
Formation 1991
Type Non-Profit
Headquarters 2011 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Location Washington, D.C.
President
Cherie Harder
Website www.TTF.org

The Trinity Forum is a Christian non-profit organization founded in 1991 that fosters the development of networks of leaders who share its commitment to cultural renewal.[1][2] The organization conducts seminars and retreats for leaders to discuss issues involving faith and culture,[3][4] including private invitation-only Forums.[5] The current president of the Trinity Forum is Cherie Harder.[6] The Trinity Forum is a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability.[7]

The Trinity Forum was founded by author and social critic Os Guinness and Alonzo L. McDonald.[8]

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The Trinity Forum was founded in 1991 by a group of businesspersons, thinkers, and former politicians dedicated to engaging leaders with the great ideas, in the context of faith, for the transformation and renewal of society.[citation needed]

Since its inception, the Trinity Forum has consistently focused on providing leaders with the opportunity to engage the great texts and ideas of Western civilization through publications and private forums. Each forum leads participants in a Socratic dialogue with open and honest conversation. In 1993, the Trinity Forum Europe was formed and is currently under the leadership of Jonathan Aitken. Since its founding, the Trinity Forum has facilitated hundreds of forums throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. The headquarters is located in Washington, DC.[citation needed]

The Trinity Forum maintains a relationship with the Osprey Point Retreat and Conference Center located near St. Michaels on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Osprey Point is the home of the Trinity Forum Academy, an initiative launched in 1999 to identify young leaders. The Academy is a nine-month residential fellowship for young leaders to explore faith, society and ideas.[citation needed]

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