October 4, 2018
Trinity Theological College, Multi-purpose Hall (Level 1), 490 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore 678093
One of the darkest periods of the history of Singapore was during the Second World War. The Japanese occupation was marked by death, doom and destruction.
But it was during this time that missionaries and church leaders interned at Changi Prison made plans for union college to train locals for pastoral ministry. In 1948, Trinity Theological College (TTC) was formed.
As part of its 70th anniversary celebrations, the school is organising a history tour to retrace its steps. The team will visit Changi Prison Chapel and TTC’s former campus at Mount Sophia.
Date: Thursday, October 4, 2018, 9am-1pm
About Trinity Theological College:
Trinity Theological College is a theological school in Singapore that seeks to develop in students a mature understanding of the historic and biblical faith grounded in the study of Scripture and critical engagement with life and ministry. Its postgraduate programme fosters collaborative research on issues that impact Christianity, especially those within the Southeast Asian context.