20 February 2018: Interview day for non-residential training

Join us to meet current full-time non-residential Trinity students and faculty, interview, and learn more about Trinity’s mission and how studying with us could benefit your ministry. For more information, call Sue Gent on 0117 968 0244 or email s.gent@trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk.

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What’s next? Thoughts from an independent student

While our Church of England ordinands have a general idea as to the path before them, it can feel quite different to leave college as an independent student. Recent leaver Shakeel Nurmahi describes what it’s been like to seek God in the midst of the unknowns of following him. It’s been a strange few months […]

Watch our new video (1:54)

A taste of life at Trinity College! Find out what it can mean to prepare for ministry in the context of community. If you’re considering ordination, or further theological study to benefit your Christian life and ministry, come and visit us on 3 February 2018, or contact our admissions team to organise an individual visit: […]

Building bridges with Orthodox Christianity

Last autumn, five Trinity ordinands utilised opportunities to travel and spend time learning more about Orthodox Christianity around the world. In September, ordinand and PhD student Alison Walker (above, far left) travelled to Russia for ten days as part of a group of Anglican ordinands, laity, and clergy invited and hosted by the Russian Orthodox […]

Ordinands participate in cricket initiative

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 […]