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January & June Intensives

Week-Long Courses

Scheduled during January and June each year, the Trinity Intensives offer for-credit courses in a conference-like atmosphere, as well as a variety of workshops, symposia and speakers.

Conferences & Events

Every January & June, a variety of conferences and events are offering on topics ranging from practical, pastoral theology to in-depth dives in Church History and the Christian Tradition.

Schedule & Accomodations

You may be at the stage where you’re ready to take your first steps down the path and learn more about seminary study at Trinity. If that’s you, then we’re here to get you started. 

Registration & Refunds

You may be at the stage where you’re ready to take your first steps down the path and learn more about seminary study at Trinity. If that’s you, then we’re here to get you started. 

Week-Long Courses

ALL JUNE 2024 INTENSIVES COURSES WILL BE HELD RESIDENTIALLY AT OUR AMBRIDGE CAMPUS.

Scheduled during January and June each year, the Trinity Intensives offer for-credit courses in a conference-like atmosphere, as well as a variety of workshops, symposia and speakers. Students participating in a credit course have assignments both before and after the Intensives week. Master’s-level work begins one month before and is due 30 days after the end of the Intensives. STM work begins two months before and is due 60 days after the end of the Intensives. DMin work begins three months before and is due 90 days after the end of the Intensives.

Some courses may be tiered for the STM and DMin levels.  Students should speak to their advisor or program director for more information.

Conferences & Events

Worship Arts: Fast-Track Leadership Development

June 4-6

Click here for more information and to register.

In this three-day seminar, Andy Piercy and friends will offer teaching and workshops for any kind of worship leader, from the biblical foundations of worship to music production and administration.

Webber Center Public Lecture: Nostalgia Ain't What It Used to Be

June 6

Click here for more information and to register.

In this evening lecture, Dr. Paul Gutacker will guide us in learning to love tradition, seeing it as a gift to the Church.

REGULAR DAILY SCHEDULE

Schedules are subject to change

Check-in will be held on Monday beginning at 8:00am in the Academic Building Lobby

8:30Morning Prayer – Chapel
 Coffee – Commons Hall
9:15Classes – Library & Academic Building
NoonLunch – Commons Hall
1:00Classes – Library & Academic Building
4:30Evening Prayer – Chapel
Accommodations
  • Cobblestone Inn and Suites – Located immediately adjacent to TAS campus.  Amenities include a microwave and refrigerators in every guest room, in-room coffee, complimentary hot breakfast, and complimentary hotel-wide wi-fi service. Call the Cobblestone at 724.266-7100 and ask for the Trinity Intensives rate.  Be sure to make your reservation early. You can also visit their website.
  • Heslet House – Beautifully restored historic Bed and Breakfast in Old Economy Village, a five-minute walk from Trinity. Guests will enjoy a king or queen size bed, antique furnishings, ensuite bathroom, and free Wi-Fi.
  • Many more inns and hotels are in the greater Pittsburgh area.

Lunch will be provided daily for Intensive students and faculty.  Gluten-free and dairy-free options will be available.  Other dietary restrictions and needs should be communicated at least one month beforehand to our Kitchen team at dietaryrequests@tsm.edu.

The Pittsburgh International Airport is 12 miles from the Trinity Campus, and a taxi to Ambridge is approximately $30. Occasionally, students and staff from Trinity are available to pick up/drop off at the Airport (a fee of $35 should be paid directly to the student or staff person). Please email events@tsm.edu for more information.

Please check with your hotel to see if there is a shuttle service to and from the Airport.

No proof of vaccination or testing will be required for any courses or events.  No masking or social distancing will be required.

Registration & Refunds

Academic Registration

If this is your first credit class at Trinity, or you are not taking the course as part of a degree, please complete the non-matriculated application. A bachelor’s degree is required to obtain credit.

To register to audit a Master’s Level course, please complete an audit applicationAudit applications will not be accepted for any DMin courses.

Conference, lecture series, and other events at Trinity are events not taken for credit.

Trinity reserves the right to cancel offerings due to low enrollment. In this event, registered participants will receive a full refund of tuition. Please do not purchase nonrefundable airline tickets before the cancellation deadline.