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August 21, 2024

Trinity Theological College


Photo from Trinity Theological College website.


Considering a theological education? Hoping to be equipped to serve God in the church and in the world? Is God calling you to be theologically trained for ministry?

As the oldest seminary in Singapore, Trinity Theological College has been engaged in equipping Christians for ministry since its founding in 1948.

Come for the Open House and discover how TTC can equip you for more effective ministry. There will be lectures, worship at the chapel, dinner with the community, tours of the campus and interactions with the faculty and students.

Study at TTC

  • A union college governed by the Anglican, Lutheran, Methodist and Presbyterian churches
  • A highly qualified faculty that understands the Asian context and is actively serving in local churches
  • A theological library reputed to be one of the best in the region
  • A curriculum that focuses on the faithful transmission of the apostolic faith
  • A worshipping community engaged in the disciplined formation of the spiritual life
  • An alumni community numbering more than 2,700 from over 40 countries

Date: August 21, 2024

Time: 8.30am-2pm

Cost: Free

Venue: Trinity Theological College
               490 Upper Bukit Timah Road

Click here to get register by August 18, 2024.

About the Organiser:

Trinity Theological College (TTC) is one of the oldest seminaries in Singapore. Since 1948, it has been equipping Christians from a wide spectrum of churches, ethnicities and nationalities for ministry as pastors, missionaries and para-church workers. It has also trained those among the laity who want to be equipped to serve their churches better and to become more effective witnesses for Christ through their vocations in society.

The TTC faculty remains one of the most qualified in the region. Made up of Singaporeans who understand the local and Asian contexts, they are rooted in their local churches and denominations, and committed to their service. They not only teach, research and publish, but also provide pastoral guidance in their mentorship of students.

The primary goal of their curriculum is to teach and transmit the apostolic faith so that, in turn, the students may bear authentic Christian witness in a complex and changing world.