Trinity College eNewsletter: Winter 2020

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What is ‘dispersed learning’? Train for ordination by coming to Bristol for six block weeks a year, remaining embedded in your local context, and participating in weekly virtual seminars and pastoral groups with your cohort: http://bit.ly/2UPywkE.

 

RETREAT DAY

Last week, our residential community participated in a spiritual retreat day together. Students could choose from among eight options for the day led by a mix of faculty and students. Read more about the day >

 

ONE COUPLE, TWO TRAINING TRACKS

Ordinands Sarah and Jonathan Lee chose Trinity so Sarah could train in our residential learning community and so Jonathan could train through our dispersed learning option for more time in context. Read their story >

 

Coming up

RESEARCH CONFERENCE: 8-10 June 2020

Our postgraduate research students will be joining us in Aberdeen this year for our summer research conference, with student paper presentations and the opportunity to hear from a senior scholar.

OPEN DAY: 7 November 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. For more information, email admissions@trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk or phone 0117 968 0254.

 

Latest blog posts

Sept 2020 COVID-19 update

3 September 2020 This week we officially reopen our buildings to staff and tutors, and look forward to welcoming our new students for a modified Welcome Week from 12 September. We want to uphold the quality of the formation and education we provide, while operating within the parameters of what is safe and healthy, with […]

New book from Trinity alumnus on the Church of England and racism

An Anglican priest based in Manchester, Revd A.D.A. France-Williams is the author of Ghost Ship: Institutional Racism and the Church of England, which is available beginning today from SCM Press. Below he shares some thoughts about an ambiguity that exists in the country and the church for its black and minority ethnic members. So there […]

Giving a night a week to learn more about God

Having tried my hardest to give up RE GCSE at school I never would have predicted I’d end up studying theology, ministry and mission at university level, but God had other plans.

Telling the stories of God’s faithfulness

Our family would not be at Trinity College Bristol today, where Justin has been teaching Christian doctrine for eight years and I’ve helped with the college’s communications work for five, apart from the faithfulness of God. As I’ve watched the world shift under all our feet, it helps me to remember that. In Joshua 4, […]