Trinity College eNewsletter: Spring 2018

 

Sharing Jesus through a hot meal

Bristol’s Wild Goose Café provides unconditional acceptance and practical services to those who’ve become marginalised. Its ministry is also having an impact on Trinity ordinands. Read more here.

Why is peacemaking so hard?

If God created us to live in peace, why do we struggle so much to be the peacemakers Jesus has called us to be? Read more here.

 

Other articles:

Coming up:

  • You may have heard that our principal Emma Ineson has been appointed Bishop of Penrith. Emma will not leave Trinity until Easter 2019, and so will remain as principal for most of the coming academic year. The search for her successor is already underway, and we are working toward a seamless transition in the college’s leadership.
  • 10 November 2018: 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. For more information, email admissions@trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk or phone 0117 968 0254.
  • You will be receiving a further communication from us in the near future regarding our data processing policy, with the opportunity to give us consent to continue to send this eNewsletter to you.

 

 

 

 

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