At Trinity-Pawling, we believe that an understanding of religion is essential to a true comprehension of human history, world cultures, global politics, and international relations. Our religion courses invite students to immerse themselves in the rich traditions of various world religions, develop their critical thinking skills, ask questions, and participate in ongoing, open dialogues.

Graduation Requirements

2 credits of religion are required, which equates to 1 trimester course.

Religion Courses

Meet the Religion Department

Daniel Lennox

School Chaplain, Religious Studies Teacher

Active and Applied

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Ethics is particularly fun to teach because there isn’t always one clear answer. It’s exciting when our class discussions feel like a pinball machine, with new ideas and thoughts ricocheting around. I challenge the boys to listen, articulate, and adapt — while keeping their minds open and respecting the thoughts of others.The Rev. Danny Lennox, School Chaplain

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