Our alumni

The call to live like the kingdom is near doesn’t stop when you walk out of Trinity’s doors; it’s a lifelong journey of passionately pursuing God and encouraging others to do the same.

The people you have studied alongside may well end up being lifelong friends and a huge support in life beyond Trinity. If you studied at Trinity, however long ago that was, please do stay in touch.

Scroll down to see all the ways you can remain part of the Trinity community, including a 10% discount on MA tuition.

If in doubt, please do contact us at comms@trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk, and do tell us your news. We particularly love hearing about Trinity reunions! 

And finally, please do keep Trinity in your prayers. Our monthly newsletter contains specific prayer requests for the college, but any prayers will be very welcome. 

All things alumni

If you are a Trinity alumnus/a, you are invited to return to college and continue your study of the Bible part time through our MA programme, with a 10 percent tuition discount.

Completing your ordination training or theological programme with us doesn’t have to be the end of your theological education. You can further deepen your understanding of the Bible by opting to return to Trinity for part-time study in our Master of Arts in Theology, Ministry and Mission programme. You can schedule your lectures to come into college one day a week (around your curacy or other work commitments) and continue to benefit from our gathered community. Have a look at the MA module list 23-24 offered in 2023-4 to see what you might study.

Why not discuss your options with our admissions officer: admissions@trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk.

Become a member of the Trinity College: the wider community private Facebook group to stay in touch with current and former students and staff, share ministry questions and challenges, exchange ideas, and offer and receive advice.

You can also keep connected with Trinity by following us on social media on Facebook, X (aka Twitter), Instagram and Threads.

If you don’t belong to the Alumni Association, it’s not too late to join. It’s a great way to support Trinity, to stay in touch with fellow alumni and to have a say in how the College is run and the direction it takes. To find out more and request an application form, email comms@trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk.
We produce an annual, long-form newsletter in pdf format with college news, updates from former students, and articles intended to challenge, encourage, and enrich your life and ministry. We also send out a monthly e-newsletter, Trinity Talk. Sign up here.
Need to let us know of a change of address or email address?

Please email comms@trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk to let us know of any changes, or call Reception at +44 117 968 2803.

During your time at Trinity you will have benefited from the generosity of many alumni and friends who have given faithfully over the years to help fund the kingdom work of the college.

When you give to Trinity, you help us continue in our mission to shape leaders of Christ-like character in community for a missional church. You help our independent (non-ordinand) students pay their fees and you provide funds for the development of the college, in areas like ongoing IT improvements, investment in the library and student studies, and our site development projects. We are grateful for your partnership!

Donate through JustGiving >
Donate through CAF >

Text UHMK13 to 70070 along with the amount you’d like to donate.

Bursary Fund

If you want your gift to contribute specifically toward helping decrease the cost of student fees, please designate ‘bursary fund’ when you give. Meet some of the students who have benefited from your gifts to our bursary fund:

Meet Naureen: A voice for women in Pakistan >

Meet Amy: Teaching lay leaders the Bible >

Meet Martha: Pursuing social justice >

In life, in death

Trinity alumna Ruth was reunited with fellow alumna Fran when Fran ended up serving in the parish where Ruth’s mother and stepfather lived.

When Ruth’s stepfather, David, died unexpectedly in an accident, it was Fran who sat with the family and took the funeral.

Despite our sad loss, it felt like a real blessing from God to have a friend able to help on the day of the accident and to take the funeral,” said Ruth. “It was lovely that she had met David and I felt like God had gone before us to have someone I knew and trusted to lead the service and talk my mum through the proceedings. On the day, I was so proud to see Fran living out her calling so beautifully and so grateful for the blessing she was to me and to my family.” 

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