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The college is open only to current students and staff due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Library users who are not current students are unable to use the library at this time. Please email reception@trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk with general questions or admissions@trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk with questions regarding admissions. You can also call us on 0117 968 2803; please leave a message with contact details if our receptionist is unable to answer.

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Trinity College Bristol
Stoke Hill
Stoke Bishop
Bristol
BS9 1JP

Quick contact points


> I’d like to come to an Open Day
> Please mail me a prospectus
> I’d like to book an interview
> I’m exploring ordination training
> I’m interested in postgraduate research
> I want to find out more about part-time study
> I’ve got questions about applying as an international student

Latest blog posts

Trinity women on The One Show

Late last year, The One Show came to Trinity College to film a piece about women training for ordination! The feature, which went out on 9th December, was made to mark the 30th anniversary of the vote for women to become priests in the Church of England. We were delighted to be able to show […]

Job Vacancy: Diversity Officer

Trinity College is looking to appoint a Diversity Officer or Consultant. The person appointed will have an opportunity to make a significant strategic impact as we strive to be a more compassionate and supportive institution around, in, and through the lenses of diversity. Trinity College has a vision to ‘live like the kingdom is near.’ […]

Trinity Autumn Newsletter 2022

Dear friends, I am very pleased to send you the latest edition of Trinity College News. We’ve had a great start to this academic year, and we’re keen to share some stories with you. As always, we’d love to hear your stories too! If you have studied or worked with us, it would be really […]

Exploring Black History and Black Theology

Black history on and off campus October was Black History Month; something we were keen for everyone at Trinity to engage with. Students and faculty took the opportunity to share reading and resources around Black history, racism and the Church, to reflect on their experiences, and take part in a number of events. Students arranged […]