Revd Dr Michael W. Goheen, BA, MA, PhD

Dr Michael Goheen is Theological Director and Scholar-in-Residence for the Missional Training Center in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. While based in North America, he is involved in the supervision of doctoral research.

Previously, Dr Goheen held the Jake and Betsy Tuls Chair of Missiology at Calvin Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA, and the Geneva Chair in Worldview and Religious Studies at Trinity Western University, British Columbia, Canada. He was also a Teaching Fellow at Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia. He received his doctorate at the University of Utrecht, Netherlands, with a dissertation on Lesslie Newbigin’s missionary ecclesiology. He is ordained in the Christian Reformed Church and works as a part-time minister of preaching at New West Christian Reformed Church, Burnaby, British Columbia. He has written six books, including Drama of Scripture¬†with Craig Bartholomew.

His primary areas of research are mission studies, worldview studies, biblical studies and mission, missional ecclesiology, and gospel and culture.

Latest blog posts

Recent updates to Stoke House

Over the summer, Trinity’s property team and amazing summer casual staff (comprised mainly of Trinity students) moved more than 50,000 books and periodicals into new shelving, making space to move student and staff pigeonholes from their previous location near the dining hall to a secured space just off reception. All staff and students have started […]

Meet our 2019-20 Student Exec

Selected by our students, our Student Exec advocate for, build, and continually improve both the student experience and community life at college. The Exec also represent the student voice to staff, faculty, and the trustees, enabling good communication among the different parts of the community and giving everyone a chance to participate in and shape […]

Moving in to Carter?

While many of our students live in homes and flats in the various neighbourhoods of Bristol, in an average year, a close-knit community of between 25 and 30 single and commuter students live in our Carter building. Will you be joining the Carter community this autumn? Read more here about life in Carter from our […]

Meet our 2019-20 chaplains

Our chaplains offer a listening, impartial ear, as well as a willingness to pray with and for those within our community, whether you are wrestling with personal issues, or just needing a space to vent. We have one returning chaplain and three new chaplains joining us this autumn. Read more about each of them here.