We’d love to hear from you – Tell your story!

To encourage our community, we’re really keen to hear stories from alumni about how their time at Trinity prepared them for what they went on to do. Whether it’s stories to inspire our current ordinands, give updates on projects or simply to glorify God’s work, please get in touch. 

There are two ways to get involved.

  1. Record a short 3-minute video – Grab your phone or get some help and ask someone to film you telling the story. Send it over to us and we will look to include it at the celebration.
  2. Write up a summary – With all that experience under your belts of writing sermons, we’re sure you’ll be able to write up your story and send it over and email it to us.

Please send your stories, whether they are video links, photos, documents or emails to our Communications & Publicirt officer: mark.robinson@trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk

*Please also be mindful of any safeguarding or privacy issues with your story. Make sure, that if you mention people by name, that they would be happy to be included in it.

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