Theology programmes


When you take the time to grow strong roots in theology, you are better able to take the truth of God’s Word and relate it to the questions of those around you, better able to teach and lead a church faithfully. 

We set high standards of excellence in our tutors and the teaching we offer, making sure that students grow holistically–academically, through practical ministry experiences, through leadership training, and by living within an intentional community with one another. We want to ensure to the best of our ability that you will be well prepared for the demanding and important work of service to Jesus Christ and his Church.

So whether you hope to train for ordination, to serve in mission or church leadership, or to deepen your Christian understanding and practice in your work and family life, this is the place to grapple with the Word of God and let the life-changing reality of His Kingdom shape the whole of your life.

 

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Latest blog posts

Meet our new Student Exec 2018-19

Meet this year’s Student Exec! These students will be working to advocate for, build, and continually improve both the student experience and community life at college. To learn more about each of their roles at college, just click here.

View our new prospectus

Many thanks to all the students and faculty members who helped in the creation of our new prospectus. We hope you will share it with those around you, particularly anyone considering theological education. For those who would like to receive print copies, please email m.stratis@trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk.  

New book honours John Nolland

Last spring, Bloomsbury T&T Clark published a volume for its Library of New Testament Studies titled The Earliest Perceptions of Jesus in Context in honour of Trinity Tutor in New Testament Rev Prof John Nolland’s contribution to the field of New Testament studies. This collection of essays from top New Testament scholars was edited by […]

Why is peacemaking so hard?

During Lent this spring, our faculty preached through the Beatitudes, which also form the basis for Trinity’s Community Values. Below is an adapted version of Tutor in Pastoral and Ministerial Studies Rev Dr Helen Collins‘s sermon on ‘Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God’. You can listen to the audio […]