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 Congratulations to our own Dr. Wesley Hill whose book, Spiritual Friendship, was given an Award of Merit on Christianity Today's 2016 Book of the Year list.

AMBRIDGE, PA – January 6, 2016 – After Holy Communion today, the Very Rev. Dr. Justyn Terry, Dean and President of Trinity School for Ministry, announced that the school had received $15.3 million in pledges to the Reach for the Harvest Campaign. The two-year campaign, which had an initial goal of $14 million, came to an end on December 31, 2015.

On January 8, 2016, Justyn Terry announced that he will step down as Dean and President of Trinity School for Ministry. After much prayer, the Terrys feel called to return to England to be closer to family and to continue in ministry in the Church of England. Justyn will continue to serve as Dean and President until June 30, 2016. A search is already underway for a successor to lead the school into the next chapter of its life.

As the 2016 Lenten season is approaching, Trinity School for Ministry is preparing the Lenten Devotional for you and your loved ones.  This year you will find daily reflections written by Trinity students, faculty and staff. 

Trinity's devotionals are based on the Daily Office lectionary with a brief meditation on one or more of these lessons for each day. It is our prayer that this booklet will be an aid to your Lenten devotions and help you draw closer to God.

AMBRIDGE, PA – November 20, 2015  – Trinity School for Ministry is delighted to announce a recent gift of $1.5 Million from the Hansen Foundation of Sewickley, PA to support the work of the seminary’s Robert E. Webber Center for an Ancient Evangelical Future. This generous gift will go towards building an endowment for the Webber Center to help sustain its work for many years to come.