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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 […]

Listen: Helen Collins on ‘Blessed are the peacemakers’

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 Pastoral and Ministerial Studies Rev Dr Helen Collins speak on ‘Diversity: Blessed are the Peacemakers’ (16:58). You can also find the recording directly on our SoundCloud account.   […]

Listen: Howard Worsley on ‘Blessed are the pure in heart’

Join us over Lent in listening to our faculty preach a series on the Beatitudes (and Trinity’s community values). Take just twenty minutes to hear Tutor in Missiology Rev Dr Howard Worsley speak on ‘Worship: Blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God’ (19:22). (You can also find the recording directly in […]

Listen: Jon Coutts on ‘Blessed are the merciful’

Join us over Lent in listening to our faculty preach a series on the Beatitudes (and Trinity’s community values). Take just twenty minutes out of your day today to hear Tutor in Theology and Ethics Rev Dr Jon Coutts preach on Justice: Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy (23:27). (You can […]

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 […]

Listen: Paul Roberts on ‘Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness’

Missing Trinity’s Friday morning chapels? Join us over Lent in listening to our faculty preach a series on the Beatitudes (and Trinity’s community values). Take a few minutes out of your day today to hear Tutor in Worship and Church History Rev Dr Paul Roberts preach on Holiness: Blessed are those who hunger and thirst […]

Listen: Justin Stratis on ‘Blessed are the meek’

Missing Trinity’s Friday morning chapels? Join us over Lent in listening to our faculty preach a series on the Beatitudes (and Trinity’s community values). Take just fifteen minutes out of your day today to hear Tutor in Christian Doctrine Dr Justin Stratis preach on Service: Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the earth […]

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 […]

Listen: David Firth on ‘Blessed are those who mourn’

Missing Trinity’s Friday morning chapels? Join us in listening to our faculty preach a series on the Beatitudes (and Trinity’s community values). Take twenty minutes and hear our Old Testament tutor Rev Dr David Firth preach on Wholeness: Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted (22:23). (You can also find the recording […]

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