When you take the time to grow strong roots in theology, you are better able to take the truth of God’s Word and relate it to the questions of those around you, better able to teach and lead a church faithfully.
We set high standards of excellence in our tutors and the teaching we offer, making sure that students grow holistically–academically, through practical ministry experiences, through leadership training, and by living within an intentional community with one another. We want to ensure to the best of our ability that you will be well prepared for the demanding and important work of service to Jesus Christ and his Church.
So whether you hope to train for ordination, to serve in mission or church leadership, or to deepen your Christian understanding and practice in your work and family life, this is the place to grapple with the Word of God and let the life-changing reality of His Kingdom shape the whole of your life.
In October, Trinity ordinands Sam Rylands and Tom Murray travelled to Rome to participate in an ongoing cricket initiative, playing the Vatican XI as members of the Anglican team under the title of the Archbishop of Canterbury XI. The Anglican team played two twenty20 games, one against Rome’s Capanelle Cricket Club and one against a […]
Christ has called the church to unity. So, how do we memorialise a schism? by Dr Justin Stratis This October 31st marked the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s fateful nailing of the 95 Theses to the door of the church in Wittenberg, and so much has changed since then. Whilst doctrinal differences continue to divide […]
Interested in a Trinity hoodie but missed the deadline last year? We will be placing an order at the end of next week, so if you’d like to order a hoodie for yourself or someone else, please call Pav on Reception on weekday mornings before 1pm (0117 968 2803) with your order information and address […]
Trinity College is now offering a Pioneer Focus, for those students who have been approved as ordained pioneer ministers, or who will be serving in a pioneering curacy. The first pioneer cohort, which is facilitated by mission tutor Rev Dr Howard Worsley, currently includes eight students, who are a mix of residential and full-time nonresidential […]