We connect clergy, church workers, community activists and policy-makers with accomplished academics, to learn from one another.
We organise inclusive, engaging and interactive events throughout the country.
And if you can’t make it, we try to record and share the highlights.
.Selected Past Events
In March 2015 Dr. John Sentamu, Archbishop of York, presented the inaugural William Temple Foundation annual lecture to a 130-strong audience at Leeds Civic Hall.
In November 2014 we commemorated the 70th Anniversary of Archbishop William Temple with ‘Reclaiming the Public Space’ at the People’s History Museum, Manchester..
Thursday 1st – Friday 2nd June 2017
Malvern 2017 – Faith, Belief and Nation-building
St George’s House, Windsor
A major consultation involving global thinkers from across all sectors of public life and belief traditions, as well as grassroots practitioners and activists, will be hosted at St George’s House, Windsor. The consultation, devised and instigated by the William Temple foundation, University of Chester, University of Worcester, Saltley Trust, University of Warwick, and the University of Birmingham, aims to curate a deep and strategic conversation about nation building and the role of institutional faiths and belief (both religious and nonreligious) in that task.
The consultation, held under Chatham House rules, will produce a 40 page report which it is anticipated will be the basis for future public debates that will take further the important questions being considered.
More details can be found here.