• Triangle Fellows

    Triangle Fellows

  • Coffee Meeting

    Interested in Triangle Fellows?

    Let us treat you to coffee & a conversation about joining our next class.

  • Open House

    Thursday, March 14th, 6 pm @ American Underground

    Let us treat you to pizza & a conversation about joining our next class. We’d love to see you there!

  • About Us

    Most of us spend 40% of our day and 90,000+ hours of our lives at work. As image bearers, we’re designed for good work that cultivates creation as well as loves our neighbors. Many days, however, we struggle with meaning/purpose and the “thorns” in the workplace. Our hearts wonder, “Does work matter?” We struggle to connect our faith and our work. We struggle to connect our Sunday to our Monday.


    Triangle Fellows believes that the Gospel changes everything, including our work. We believe that our work participates in God’s mission and story of renewing all things. We envision a Durham and Chapel Hill where everyone is thriving. Our mission is to connect and cultivate Christian leaders to spend their lives for the good of the community.

  • About the Fellowship

    Triangle Fellows leads a local chapter of the Gotham Fellowship, a 9-month, immersive discipleship program from Tim Keller’s church in NYC. Since its founding in 2008, the Gotham Fellowship has equipped Christians for Gospel leadership in the world. The fellowship facilitates renewal in our hearts, community, and world through elements of spiritual/personal development, theological training, community formation, and city/cultural engagement. We find that our work does matter. We connect our Sunday to our Monday. The fellowship extends from September to May. We form 10-15 member cohorts who journey through the following components…

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    Weekly Readings

    Each week, we read through primary theological texts, guided devotionals, and spiritual formation practices.

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    Weekly Meetings

    The Fellows meet for 3 hours on Monday evenings for discussions of the readings along with dinner, liturgies, stories, frameworks, and prayer.

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    Monthly Outings

    Monthly Saturday morning outings into the city provide time with industry leaders and for in-depth exercises.

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    Weekend Retreats

    Three retreats at the beginning, middle, and end of the program focus on deeper, personal reflection on the program and in community.

  • What Are People Saying?

    Triangle Fellows is endorsed by top business professionals in the Research Triangle

    Dr. Doug Shackelford on Triangle Fellows

    Former Dean of UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School

    Douglas A. Shackelford served as the dean of UNC's Business School from '14-'22. He's an academic leader in taxes and business strategy, business-education innovator, and internationally-recognized scholar.

    Katherine Alsdorf on Triangle Fellows

    Senior Leadership with Redeemer City to City

    Katherine provides consulting and resources to help churches equip their people for cultural leadership. She founded Redeemer's Center for Faith & Work in 2002 and served as its Executive Director until December 2012.

    Class of '21-22 on Triangle Fellows

    Hear from TF22 about their journey with Triangle Fellows and its impact on integrating their faith and work.

  • Become a Triangle Fellow

    A tuition of $2,000 per Fellow helps offset program expenses, including reading materials, weekly meals, all three retreats, licensing fee to Redeemer City to City, and < 1% of the teacher’s salary. The tuition may be paid in a variety of structures. We have financial aid available upon request after acceptance into the fellowship. Accepting applications through May 15, 2024.

  • Recommend an Applicant for the Program

    Every applicant needs one reference. Please click on the link below to complete the form.

  • Apply to the Fellowship

    Our application process opens again on January 15, 2024. Submit your name/email, and we'll reach out to you about applying!

  • About Our Programs

    Triangle Fellows' proven process involves programs that equip, connect, and mobilize Christian leaders in the city. We hope to connect and cultivate these leaders through providing 6-week book studies, one-time events, retreats, Alumni commuity, Alumni Facilitators, and - coming soon - a CRP (Cultural Renewal Project) Lab. Find all of our events on the registration page below.

  • Triangle Fellows featured in the New York Times

  • Advisors

    Katherine Alsdorf

    Katherine Alsdorf

    Senior Fellow for the Faith, Work & Leadership @ Redeemer City to City (New York City, NY)

    Katherine provides consulting support and develops resources to help churches equip their people for cultural leadership. She founded Redeemer's Center for Faith & Work in 2002 and served as its Executive Director until December 2012.

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    The Center for Faith & Work

    Redeemer Presbyterian Church (New York City, NY)

    The Center for Faith & Work (CFW) exists to explore and investigate the gospel’s unique power to renew hearts, communities, and the world, in and through our day-to-day work. As the cultural renewal arm of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, CFW fosters, shepherds, and empowers the church as it is scattered, living and working out in the world, beyond the walls of any one gathered place of worship.

  • Support the Work

    Help us connect and cultivate Christian leaders to spend their lives for the good of the community. Your partnership helps make our work and its growth possible. Please consider becoming a donor with Triangle Fellows.

  • Have Questions?

  • How Do You Integrate Faith + Work?

    The biggest contribution we make happens where we work and where we live. We spend most of our time in those two places, know them best, and usually have the most influence there, yet for millions of Christians, faith seems like a leisure time activity, but it was never intended to be that way.

    Work takes up most of life because God designed human beings to spend most of their time serving one another, cultivating blessings, and making the world a better place. Drawing on the deep riches of the Bible and Christian tradition, our Faith + Work ministry seeks to help you connect your Sunday faith to your Monday work. Not just for a better 9 to 5, but to serve the cities we belong to and love well.

    Our work matters. Work is a gift. Explore what God calls us to: Good work, done well.

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    In Partnership with the

    Gotham Fellowship

    A program created by Redeemer and featured in

    Every Good Endeavor.


    Triangle Fellows is part of a national movement that began with The Gotham Fellowship in New York. Gotham was launched in September 2008 by Redeemer Presbyterian Church under the leadership of Rev. Timothy Keller and Katherine Alsdorf. Since then, other fellows initiatives have been launched around the country with a common mission to equip young adults for gospel leadership in the world.

  • The Work of His Hands

    a blog series by a Triangle Fellows alum

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