Trinity College eNewsletter: Autumn 2019

 

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How might it change you as a current or future Christian leader to learn more about Jesus in the context of an intentional community?

 

Book on poverty and the early church

Trinity New Testament Tutor Rev Dr Steve Walton has co-edited a collection of essays that brings together New Testament scholarship and the wisdom of those currently working around the world to alleviate poverty. Read a Q&A with Steve here.

 

Other news items:

  • Hear from student Amy White about the benefits of perseverance in biblical study.
  • Trinity students find God is teaching them as they garden in the new college allotments.
  • Read more about recent renovations to Stoke House.

 

Upcoming events:

8 February 2020

Open Day for prospective students! Come and chat with our faculty and students, get a taste of what it could mean to study in community, and consider whether God may be calling you here.

13 February 2020

Exploring only non-residential training options? Join our dispersed learners during one of their block weeks at college to find out more about our non-residential pathway.

For more information, email admissions@trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk or phone 0117 968 0254.

 

 

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