Lives inspired by truth, goodness, beauty and unity
The Fintry Trust teaches ideal philosophy, art, science, religion and spirituality, guiding us to unfold our personal and collective potential. It aims to make this universal and perennial wisdom widely available by offering a range of educational programmes and retreats.
The June newsletter features full details of our online and in-person summer programme, feedback on past events and a sneak preview of plans in the making. You'll also find a recommendation for an interactive exploration of Michael Maier’s 17th-century alchemical...
The May newsletter features news of our summer Silence & Well-Being retreat week at Fintry, and details of some wonderful online events happening over the coming months. May's highlighted calendar note celebrates Benjamin Whichcote, whose tolerant, optimistic and...
In addition to talks, workshops and retreats the Fintry Trust offers these learning resources.
Shrine of Wisdom Publishing
The Shrine of Wisdom is the publishing imprint of the Fintry Trust. It exists to demonstrate that there is one universal teaching within and behind all the various religions and philosophies of the world.
The Library at Fintry
Host your retreat, workshop or class at Fintry
The house and grounds are available for day hire and for residential retreats by other organisations whose aims are in harmony with those of the Trust. In addition to the house, we also have a newly developed self-contained studio space available for hire for workshops and classes.
Of all the venues I have given workshops and retreats in over the last 30 years, I have found The Fintry Trust setting to be the most calm and conducive to spiritual work. The house and gardens are beautiful and lovingly cared for; the very special and unique atmosphere at Fintry, provides the perfect space for both solitary contemplation and community sharing. The staff are friendly and helpful, the food is delicious and of high quality and the accommodation comfortable and clean. It’s a place I look forward to returning to, again and again.
Philip Carr-Gomm, Author of Druid Mysteries