As Christians, we care deeply about social justice and know that the church can create change. But on a practical level, how do we take on the pervasive, overwhelming issue of economic inequality? This year’s Trinity Institute (TI2015) speakers have real-world experience making change happen. They will provide you with hopeful, practical tools you can use in your community to make a positive economic impact.

TI2015 has concluded, but you can find video and curriculum resources here and here. Please also feel free to register for our upcoming TI2016 conference "Listen For a Change: Sacred Conversations for Racial Justice".


Watch "Is Inequality Sinful?" below, the opening talk by The Most Rev. Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury.


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Featured Speakers

The Most Rev. Justin Welby

The Archbishop of Canterbury 

Barbara Ehrenreich

Nickel and Dimed; This Land Is Their Land

Robert Reich

former Secretary of Labor under President Bill Clinton (Q&A via Skype)

Cornel West

The Rich and the Rest of Us

Juliet Schor

New York Times best-selling author

The Rt. Rev. Julio Murray

Bishop of Panama


Rachel Held Evans, New York Times best-selling author
Jennifer Jones Austin, Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies
R.R. Reno, First Things editor
Nicole Baker Fulgham, Expectations Project
Traci West, Drew University Theological School
Amy Butler, Riverside Church