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Trinity students engage with practitioners during Workshop Week

Last week, Trinity’s Student Exec welcomed several speakers to college as part of a Workshop Week. Ordinand Leah Thompson coordinated the week as part of her responsibilities as Spirituality and Leadership Rep, a new role on the Student Exec this year. Speakers were chosen in part based on a survey completed by students last year, […]

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How might it change you, as a person and as a Christian leader, to learn more about Jesus in the context of an intentional community? Find out more about what it means to train residentially at Trinity. If you’d like to learn more about Trinity and the programmes we offer, or if you’d like to […]

Welcome BBQ for new students

This autumn, we welcomed 52 new ordinands and 18 independent students, with many of them and their families joining us for a barbecue on the lawn to celebrate the start of term.   Posted September 2019

Recent updates to Stoke House

Over the summer, Trinity’s property team and amazing summer casual staff (comprised mainly of Trinity students) moved more than 50,000 books and periodicals into new shelving, making space to move student and staff pigeonholes from their previous location near the dining hall to a secured space just off reception. All staff and students have started […]

Meet our 2019-20 Student Exec

Selected by our students, our Student Exec advocate for, build, and continually improve both the student experience and community life at college. The Exec also represent the student voice to staff, faculty, and the trustees, enabling good communication among the different parts of the community and giving everyone a chance to participate in and shape […]

Moving in to Carter?

While many of our students live in homes and flats in the various neighbourhoods of Bristol, in an average year, a close-knit community of between 25 and 30 single and commuter students live in our Carter building. Will you be joining the Carter community this autumn? Read more here about life in Carter from our […]

Meet our 2019-20 chaplains

Our chaplains offer a listening, impartial ear, as well as a willingness to pray with and for those within our community, whether you are wrestling with personal issues, or just needing a space to vent. We have one returning chaplain and three new chaplains joining us this autumn. Read more about each of them here.

What did the first Christians say about Jesus?

Twenty years passed between Jesus’ lifetime and the writing of the first New Testament books. Do you ever wonder where the stories we read about Jesus in our Bibles today came from? That question is at the root of associate faculty member Rev Dr David Wenham’s new book From Good News to Gospels (Eerdmans, 2018). […]

Alumni story: A voice for women in Pakistan

Many women in Pakistan are caught in a patriarchal system that denies them equal rights with men. Alumna Naureen Akhtar is daily working to empower them.   Last March, Naureen Akhtar (Trinity 2013) stood shoulder to shoulder among the thousands of women who marched in the cities of Pakistan for gender equality, demanding equal social, […]

Meet Tom: A church planter on our dispersed learning programme

  Last December, Tom Morgan moved to Swindon to help plant a church. After finding out that he had been approved to pursue ordination through the Church of England, Tom says, ‘I was looking for somewhere to train where I could be fully involved in my context but still have some of the benefits of […]

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