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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 […]

Leaver stories: Jon and Lydia Holder

After completing an arts degree at Falmouth University, Lydia Rudge felt the tug of a possible call toward Christian ministry. Exploring this call, she spent two years working with adults with learning difficulties through a charity and seven months exploring chaplaincy in a school in Kenya before participating in a New Wine Discipleship Year in […]

Leaver stories: From catering to ordination

From feeding those on the margins to ordination… read more about Trinity leaver Katy Gough.   For nine years, Katy Gough was a caterer and manager of a baker’s shop, though the idea that she might one day pursue ordination had taken root in her mind. In 2014, she stopped catering in the traditional sense […]

My Trinity highlights

At the end of June, Trinity leaver Claire Gerard was ordained deacon in Oxford Diocese. Here are some of her unexpected Trinity highlights… Doctrine lectures on eschatology, atonement theory and salvation A growing love for the Daily Office (who am I?!) Rocking the cassock and surplice and spending a small fortune on bespoke clergy wear […]

Trinity welcomes new board member

In June, Trinity’s association members voted Rev Canon Mike Duff its newest Board of Trustees member. Mike is vicar of St Jude’s in Southsea. He completed the BA and MA at Trinity and, following his curacy, moved to Indonesia with CMS where he was responsible for national theological training.   Mike now leads a lively […]

Meet our new principal

Our new principal, Rev Dr Sean Doherty, and his family have just relocated to Bristol from London. Watch the video below to hear from Sean and his wife, Gaby, and click here to read more about Sean’s story. Posted June 2019  

Habakkuk: Trusting God through injustice

Trinity Tutor in Old Testament Rev Dr David Firth discusses how Habakkuk wrestles with the difficulty of continuing to trust in God whilst living in a situation of ongoing oppression and injustice, with ideas as to how you might preach and teach this lesser known book. For those unfamiliar with Habakkuk, can you provide a […]

Race and the Church

During a diversity plenary week, Trinity students thought more deeply about issues related to disability, race, and the church. Three Trinity students shared their own personal reflections regarding race and church with our community. Mary Hotchkiss is an ordinand completing a Diploma in Theology, Ministry and Mission. No person of colour is the same, nor […]

New principal announced

We are delighted to announce that the Revd Dr Sean Doherty will be the next principal of Trinity College. The announcement was made today to students at college, with the opportunity afterward to meet and chat with Sean and his wife, Gaby. Sean has served as Tutor in Ethics at St Mellitus College in London […]

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