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Finding Jesus in a hot meal

Bristol’s Wild Goose Café, a Crisis Centre Ministries project led by Trinity student Jonnie Angel, provides unconditional acceptance and practical services to those who’ve become marginalised. Its ministry is also having an impact on Trinity ordinands. At the beginning of 2011, Jonnie Angel was an operations director for a property management solutions corporation with an […]

Meet our leavers: Craig Gaudion

This summer, we’ve sent out 52 ordinands, independent students, and research students, and we look forward to the ways in which God will use their preparation here for his purposes. Below is one of our leavers’ stories. For five years, Craig and Gemma Gaudion were leading a Salvation Army church in Liverpool as lay ministers. […]

Meet our leavers: Laura Faturoti

This summer, we’ve sent out 52 ordinands, independent students, and research students, and we look forward to the ways in which God will use their preparation here for his purposes. Below is one of our leavers’ stories. Laura Faturoti had spent fifteen years working in Chatham, the second most deprived area of Kent, as a […]

New class on Bonhoeffer

During the spring 2018 term, students were offered the opportunity to take a new 10-week class focused on the life and writings of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.   The class, which was taught jointly by Tutor in Theology and Ethics Rev Dr Jon Coutts and Tutor in Christian Doctrine Dr Justin Stratis, worked chronologically through Bonhoeffer’s writings, […]

A Crucible of Formation

Our leaver Helen O’Sullivan reflects on how studying within an intentional community changes the nature of training for ministry.   When I started at Trinity College two years ago I wrote a blog post about the blessings and challenges of living and learning in a new community. There is an African proverb: ‘If you want […]

End-of-year celebrations

Last Friday, 18 May 2018, the college community gathered for an all-age celebration in advance of the next day’s Valedictory service. The picnic on the lawn included egg and spoon races, welly wanging, bouncy castles, face painting, sumo wrestling, a cassock race around college, and an egg toss. To all our leavers: you will be […]

Emma Ineson to become Bishop of Penrith

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Trinity College principal, Rev Dr Emma Ineson, as Bishop of Penrith in the Diocese of Carlisle. Emma’s service of consecration will be in York Minster in February 2019, and she will take up her new appointment shortly before Easter. The college will miss Emma hugely. She has […]

Reading Revelation

How comfortable are you to teach and preach the book of Revelation to others? Read a Q&A with Tutor in New Testament Dr Jamie Davies about how you can approach this sometimes daunting and misinterpreted book.   Q: You have recently begun work on a commentary about the book of Revelation? A: Yes, it’s going […]

Chapel testimony: Owning my scars

Giving a testimony in Trinity College chapel isn’t on my bucket list. It isn’t even on my list of things to do while I am at college. I am happy being quiet, looking thoughtful, and sharing ideas with a small group of others, but I felt God was quite insistent about this so here I […]

Listen: John Nolland on ‘Blessed are those who are persecuted’

Join us over Lent in listening to our faculty preach a series on the Beatitudes (and Trinity’s community values). Take a few minutes to hear Tutor in New Testament Revd Prof John Nolland speak on ‘Courage: Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the Kingdom’ (20:32). You can also find […]

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