Our alumni and friends

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.

So even though you’re no longer with us day-to-day, we still want to support you as you continue to live, learn and lead in Kingdom ways.

 

Connect online

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.

Trinity also offers its own Facebook page, or you can follow us on Twitter or Instagram to receive news updates, links to college and alumni news stories, and blog posts from students, faculty members, and others.

 

 

 

Trinity News

Trinity produces a newsletter twice a year with college news, updates from former students, and feature articles intended to challenge, encourage, and enrich your life and ministry.

If you do not currently receive the newsletter but would like to, please email melissa.stratis@trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk. This newsletter is sent by email with a link to the PDF unless you specify that you’d like to receive it by post. We always enjoy hearing from former students; please also email us with your updates and photos for inclusion in a future newsletter, so we can share your news with the rest of the Trinity community.

You can download previous issues of the newsletter below:

Trinity News, Autumn 2019

Trinity News, Spring 2019

Trinity News, Autumn 2018

Trinity News, Spring 2018

Trinity News, Autumn 2017

Trinity News, Spring 2017

Trinity News, Autumn 2016

Trinity News, Spring 2016

Trinity News, Autumn 2015

Give back to Trinity as others did for you

During your time at Trinity you will have benefitted, although you may not have known it, from the generosity of many of our alumni who have given faithfully over the years to help fund the Kingdom work of the college.

Now is your chance to bless others in the same way. Whether you give a general gift (which we’ll put towards things like running Theology conferences, hiring new faculty members, or helping students with their fees) or you specify a particular programme or group of people you want to support, you’ll know that your money is helping others just like you to grow in their ability to live like the Kingdom is near.

Donate through JustGiving >
Donate through CAF >
Donate through Stewardship >

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

DDO Newsletter

Trinity emails a DDO Newsletter three times a year to help connect the dioceses with recent happenings and current information from Trinity.

If you would like to begin to receive this newsletter, or if you have any questions or feedback to share that could help us better serve you and the candidates you advise, please email m.stratis@trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk or 0117 968 0205.

Read recent issues below:

Winter 2020

Autumn 2019

Spring/Summer 2019

Winter 2019

Autumn 2018

Spring/Summer 2018

Winter 2018

Autumn 2017

Spring/Summer 2017

Winter 2017

Autumn 2016

Spring/Summer 2016

Winter 2016

Autumn 2015

 

Latest blog posts

Coronavirus update

  In response to the government’s regulations, and out of care for our community of students and staff and our wider Bristol community, we began working last week to enable all of our students to complete their final weeks of classes remotely, to continue to participate in chapel and pastoral groups together remotely, and to […]

The persevering people of God

What does it mean to be the people of Jesus in the midst of the coronavirus epidemic? A timely message from Tutor in Pastoral and Ministerial Studies Revd Dr Helen Collins, shared in our virtual chapel this morning.  Three weeks ago, I began to think about what passage to choose for what would have been an […]

Poverty in the Early Church and Today

Trinity Tutor in New Testament Prof Steve Walton and Tearfund’s Hannah Swithinbank have co-edited an innovative book of essays that brings the expertise of those working to alleviate poverty together with the expertise of biblical scholars. This allows for a unique conversation about how Christians might think and act about poverty today. Q. Can you […]

The pain and gain of learning Greek

One of the things I was most looking forward to as I approached the beginning of my studies at Trinity was learning Greek. For years I had heard sermons where the preacher had pronounced ‘In the Greek it says…’ and proceeded to unfold seemingly profound mysteries through knowledge of this ancient language. Being the investigative […]