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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, […]

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 […]

Prof Steve Walton joins Trinity

We are pleased to announce that Professor Steve Walton will be joining our associate faculty as a New Testament research supervisor for our postgraduate research programme. ‘Steve Walton brings not only his internationally recognised expertise as a Luke-Acts scholar, but also his years of experience teaching and serving in theological education,’ says Director of Postgraduate […]

What is a pioneer?

Why the church needs pioneer ministers, and how Trinity hopes to help prepare them. After the birth of her daughter, Sonya Newton decided it was time for a fresh start in her life, for a return to church. After several painful and tumultuous years away, she walked into a church near the estate where she’d […]

Retreat Day, through students’ eyes

On 31 January 2018, students spent a Retreat Day engaged in one of ten options for the day, designed to help them be still, reflective, to rest, and to engage with God and with the world around them in a variety of ways (read more about the options offered here).

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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 […]

Trinity hoodies on sale til 10 November 2017

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 […]

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