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Trinity College eNewsletter: Autumn 2019

  Watch our new video (1:56) How might it change you as a current or future Christian leader to learn more about Jesus in the context of an intentional community?   Book on poverty and the early church Trinity New Testament Tutor Rev Dr Steve Walton has co-edited a collection of essays that brings together […]

Trinity College eNewsletter, Winter 2019

Trinity announces new principal We are delighted to announce that the Revd Dr Sean Doherty will be our next principal. We made the announcement to students last week, with the opportunity to meet with Sean and his wife, Gaby, afterwards. Read more here. Race and the Church During a plenary week on diversity, three Trinity […]

Trinity College eNewsletter: Autumn 2018

Our new prospectus is here! Many thanks to the students, faculty members, and alumni who contributed their voices to our new prospectus! You can view a copy here, or contact us to email or mail you a copy: admissions@trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk. New dispersed learning track Trinity’s new dispersed learning track offers the option of full-time nonresidential training […]

Trinity College eNewsletter: Spring 2018

  Sharing Jesus through a hot meal Bristol’s Wild Goose CafĂ© provides unconditional acceptance and practical services to those who’ve become marginalised. Its ministry is also having an impact on Trinity ordinands. Read more here. Why is peacemaking so hard? If God created us to live in peace, why do we struggle so much to […]

Trinity College eNewsletter: Winter 2018

  New Trinity Video A taste of what it can mean to prepare for ministry in community. If you’ve never been here before, consider coming to visit us on 3 February, or schedule an individual visit.   What is a Pioneer? Meet some of the pioneer ministers currently training at Trinity. Learn more about why […]

Trinity College eNewsletter: Autumn 2017

  Meet our newest tutor This autumn we are excited to welcome Tutor in Pastoral and Ministerial Studies Rev Dr Helen Collins, who will oversee student placements, teaching pastoral theology and some aspects of Anglican formation. Read a Q&A with Helen here.   Learning to disagree: gender and sexuality During plenary week, Trinity students provided […]

Trinity College eNewsletter, Spring 2017

Four Facts About Our Postgrad Programme That Might Surprise You New technology, new opportunities, and a growing community of scholars who hope their research will impact the Church. To read more click here.     How Contemplative Living Could Change Your Ministry A Q&A with alumnus Paul Bradbury about how contemplative living provides a foundation […]

Trinity College eNewsletter, Winter 2017

The Challenge of Community It can change everything to learn about God while living in community. A blog post from student Helen O’Sullivan.   What Does It Mean to Forgive? A Q&A with Tutor in Theology and Ethics Rev Dr Jon Coutts about his new book, A Shared Mercy: Karl Barth on Forgiveness and the […]

Trinity College eNewsletter, Autumn 2016

  A Tale of Two Parks This autumn, 63 new full-time students and 17 new part-time students joined the Trinity community. Read one new student’s thoughts as he embarks on this challenge and considers how God can use anyone, just as they are.   Is Your Church Developing Leaders? One of the key teachers for […]

Trinity College eNewsletter, Summer 2016

  Residential at Trinity: When moving to college means moving out of your comfort zone We place our ordinands into mentoring church relationships in the deprived neighbourhoods, city centre, and suburban areas of Bristol, and they are stretched to grow in ways they’d never imagined. Read more here. School of Leadership Completes First Year Find […]

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