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Please feel free to pray for the people and needs below.


There are always prayer needs in our Trinity community, so we want to ensure that we all feel supported and encouraged.

Please feel free to pray for the people and needs below. If you would like your prayer request added to the list, or would like to join our prayer team, simply use the form below or email [email protected] and put PRAYER in the subject heading.

All prayers will be anonymous – first names only.

Praise God for:

  • His grace, love and faithfulness and for entrusting us with his Gospel and providing many to train and mentor for their work of the Gospel.
  • Our Staff Team, their skills and willingness to serve the College faithfully.
  • The appointment of Alumni Lachlan (and Bec) Edwards as Dean at Geraldton Anglican Cathedral, Mark (and Kate) Grobicki to Bassendean Anglican Church and Danie (and Bec) van Zijl to Melville Baptist Church. May their ministries be long and fruitful and may they be served and supported in their roles.
  • The 93 students enrolled this semester will know God’s blessing and protect them as they learn in community.
  • The 90 students enrolled for [email protected] and Trinity in Town this term. That they will be encouraged and equipped in their studies
  • Annual Lecture with Murray Capill. That people will continue to be encouraged by what they have learnt and that it will have impact on preaching in our local churches and provide confidence in the work that Trinity is doing.
  • For connections with new churches. May these continue to grow in number and strength and may there continue to be change in the gospel focus of our churches. 
  • Council members and particularly for Dean Powell’s willingness to serve.

Pray for:

  • Many more who will be raised as workers for the harvest from the churches of WA, and that more donors will partner with the College.
  • That through the current students and alumni many more will be encouraged to come and join them in study and work for the gospel.
  • Work being done with Pastors towards student ministry positions can be developed and implemented with churches and mission groups. 
  • Don as he makes connection with church leaders. For his leadership of the staff that the culture of the College will reflect Christ.
  • Growth in full-time enrolments, that students’ plans for study will not be interrupted by illness or the need to raise finances.
  • Strong enquiries and enrolments for 2023, that many will come to Open Week 11 – 14 October, and that people register their interest in study soon.
  • College mission planning for 2023 already underway—first full College mission since 2019.
  • Thom Bull as he continues his research and writing of his PhD following his sabbatical leave.
  • Dave Kummerow as he spends time on publications and developing teaching resources on his sabbatical this semester.
  • Healing for staff who have had bereavements or illnesses.
  • Wisdom for denominations and Christian ministries (like the College) as potentially threatening events or legislation appears, that we will serve as one person for the gospel and that we will remain faithful and confident in God our Saviour. 

Prayer is essential to the work and ministry of Trinity Theological College to better equip future Christian leaders. In Romans 12:12 we are reminded to “be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer”. Please join us in prayer as we lift up our staff, students, graduates and friends to our Almighty God, and humbly make our requests known to Him with thanksgiving.

Feel free to download our monthly Prayer Notes below to guide your prayers for Trinity Theological College. Email us to receive them directly to your inbox each month. We also warmly invite you to join us at our Quarterly Prayer Breakfasts.


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