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Bringing together East and West

Mark Nam (Trinity 2020) and his wife, Kayi, designed a special stole to symbolise Mark’s ordination journey in the Church of England. One of Trinity’s leavers, Mark Nam, was ordained deacon in Bristol Cathedral this autumn and is set to become one of the first British-born Chinese priests in the Church of England. To commemorate […]

Black History Month at Trinity

Our BAME student group has posted around college portraits and photos of significant Black Christians who have influenced faith across the UK–ten people from a variety of denominations and spheres of society. Each poster at college highlights a different person, along with a QR code so students can access an article to read more about […]

Theology, fantasy, and The Last Dragon Rider

Trinity student Luke Aylen has written a series of three older children/young adult fantasy adventure novels, the third of which (The Last Dragon Rider) comes out today. Here he discusses the book, fantasy literature, and theology.   Q: Can you tell us a little about yourself?  A: I’m often known as a serial-hobbyist and all-round creative. […]

At college with an invisible disability

Student Pastoral and Wellness Team Disability Rep ordinand Sasha Braun shares her experience of living and studying at college with an invisible disability. Arriving at college for Welcome Week in 2017, I walked into the dining room to hear a sea of people. Blurred faces and sounds of greeting were what I remember hitting me […]

Black History Month at Trinity

Our BAME student group has posted around college portraits and photos of significant Black Christians who have influenced faith across the UK: ten people from a variety of denominations and spheres of society. [View a map of where they are around college.] Each poster at college highlights a different person, along with a QR code […]

Autumn COVID-19 update

3 September 2020 Read our current COVID risk assessment > This week we officially reopen our buildings to staff and tutors, and look forward to welcoming our new students for a modified Welcome Week from 12 September. We want to uphold the quality of the formation and education we provide, while operating within the parameters […]

New book from Trinity alumnus on the Church of England and racism

An Anglican priest based in Manchester, Revd A.D.A. France-Williams is the author of Ghost Ship: Institutional Racism and the Church of England, which is available beginning today from SCM Press. Below he shares some thoughts about an ambiguity that exists in the country and the church for its black and minority ethnic members. So there […]

Giving a night a week to learn more about God

Having tried my hardest to give up RE GCSE at school I never would have predicted I’d end up studying theology, ministry and mission at university level, but God had other plans.

God is faithful through change

I was driving down the motorway several months ago, listening to a new worship album and the hymn ‘Great is Thy Faithfulness’ began to play. In that moment, I was suddenly reminded of the time, many years ago, when this hymn was a constant companion on our drive to school. I was 11 at the […]

Including the Stranger

Our Tutor in Old Testament Dr David Firth’s new book, Including the Stranger, delves into what the books of the Former Prophets are really teaching us about foreigners and immigrants. In this Q&A he discusses the scope of the book and why he wanted to write it.     Q: How have you yourself experienced […]

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