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At the 2015 Trinity Tea, Katie Black (MAR 2015) shared about her experience of transformation at Trinity, both inside and outside the classroom, as she watched the faculty model faithfulness. Following graduation, Katie will move to Maryland where she will teach the Bible to 9th-11th grade students. 

By God's blessings through the generosity of many donors, Trinity is pleased to announce that we have more than twenty full tuition scholarships for students willing to move to our area and become residential students to study full time at Trinity in the coming year.

Trinity School for Ministry's 37th Commencement and Baccalaureate - May, 2015

The book of Revelation is perhaps one of the most fascinating and yet most puzzling books of the Bible. How do we interpret its strange kaleidoscope of imagery? Join The Rev. Dr. Rod Whitacre in his course, The Gospel in the Book of Revelation, and discover Revelation in a way that is life-giving, encouraging, and formative. 

Since its founding, Trinity has always had a deep commitment to global missions and evangelism. Our connections with Africa reach back to our first Dean/President, Bp. Alfred Stanway, who was the last non-native bishop of Central Tanganyika in Tanzania. Today, with the growth of online technologies and the ongoing expansion of Trinity’s distance learning programs, we have new opportunities to partner with the global Church to “produce outstanding leaders who can plant, renew, and grow churches that make disciples of Jesus Christ.”