9 November: Open Day

Prospective students, spouses, and families are invited to join us on 9 November to chat with our faculty, meet current students, and consider whether God may be calling you to study in community at Trinity. To find out more contact Alison Branston, 0117 968 0254 or admissions@trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk.

Latest blog posts

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.

What did the first Christians say about Jesus?

Twenty years passed between Jesus’ lifetime and the writing of the first New Testament books. Do you ever wonder where the stories we read about Jesus in our Bibles today came from? That question is at the root of associate faculty member Rev Dr David Wenham’s new book From Good News to Gospels (Eerdmans, 2018). […]

Alumni story: A voice for women in Pakistan

Many women in Pakistan are caught in a patriarchal system that denies them equal rights with men. Alumna Naureen Akhtar is daily working to empower them.   Last March, Naureen Akhtar (Trinity 2013) stood shoulder to shoulder among the thousands of women who marched in the cities of Pakistan for gender equality, demanding equal social, […]