2020

Mission Week – St Lawrence’s Anglican Church

Our pastoral care group went to St Lawrence’s Anglican Church in Dalkeith for mission week. While the COVID-19 situation rapidly influenced our schedule, the group managed to spend about 2.5 days with Peter Smith,Mark Grobicki (MDiv 2012), and their team at Dalkeith. We started out on Sunday morning at their
2020

A Milestone

David Mitchell (MTh, 2018) is the first Trinity graduate to have their dissertation published. The book is called “The Son of Man in Mark’s Gospel: Exploring its Possible Connections with the Book of Ezekiel.” Here’s the blurb: Many scholars disagree about what was meant by Jesus’s intriguing self-designation ὁ υἱὸς
2020

Adapting to Change

A lot certainly changed in a very short space of time. Due to the spread of Covid-19 and government restrictions, Trinity went from delivering teaching on campus to online. There have certainly been challenges. For instance, students have had to quickly adapt to many hours of Zoom a week (around
2020

By God’s Grace

Like you I have pleaded with God to be compassionate on the many who, in the midst of COVID-19, are like sheep without a shepherd. Many are searching for answers and help. Part of God’s answer to this prayer are the many churches and ministries known to me that have
2020

Psalms One-Day

Don West, Principal of TTC, was set for a trip to Busselton for a Trinity in Town event to teach our Certificate in Christian Studies (CCS) unit Prayer, Praise & Jesus! The Book of Psalms. But with the coronavirus putting a stop to that, he instead “Zoomed” all over the
2020

Hear From Our Students

We asked some of our current Trinity students to share what the College means to them.