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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

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> 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

COVID-19 update (Sept 2021)

Briefing for students  We are glad to confirm that we will once again be meeting in person in College from September and look forward very much to it. This briefing is intended to give us a common understanding of how to act to protect one another as we emerge out of national COVID restrictions.  Our […]

Operations Manager appointed – Alison Branston

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Alison Branston as Trinity’s new Operations Manager. This role is a new senior role within the organisation that will allow us to grow and develop the college in new ways. We are shifting around the way our senior management structure works to facilitate this. The Ops Manager […]

Summer reads

We asked the faculty what are they reading this summer and what they would recommend. Here is what they said: Donna Lazenby: After Whiteness: an Education in Belonging, by Willie James Jennings A Promised Land – Barack’s Obama (autobiography) Jamie Davies: Macaskill, Grant. Living in Union with Christ: Paul’s Gospel and Christian Moral Identity (Baker […]

New reads: Joshua by David Firth

Our tutor in Old Testament David Firth’s new book “Joshua” is a commentary on Joshua aimed at those interested in the significance of the book in contemporary practice. Why Joshua? David was approached by the series editors to write this having known of his passion to better understand scripture and his experience with Joshua from having […]