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Trinity College Glasgow

Educating for a changing church and a changing world

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Trinity is a Church of Scotland college at University of Glasgow. We are a resource for the Kirk and other churches, offering education and research, resources for mission and worship, training for ministry and leadership and continuing professional development.


Short Courses

Commencing 2024

Please contact to register your interest. 


18th April - 13th June, 2024

Thursdays, online

This Master's level course, conducted within a supportive cohort, will assist recognised pastoral leaders/clergy to evaluate their critical change challenges, engage with recent organisational change practice and equip with tools and perspectives for faithful and strategic responses.

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1st February - 21st March, 2024

Thursdays, 7-9pm, online

This course explores the role of local leadership in the Church of Scotland and other Reformed churches. It examines how changed circumstances and the mission calling of the church might reshape the calling and tasks of elders and local leaders in the congregation, and what this looks like, especially in the midst of difficult church change. It will engage participants in reflecting on their own experience and calling and introduce approaches and tools to enhance their contribution in their local setting.

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17th January - 20th March,


Wednesdays, 4-6pm, in-person with an online option

This course develops participant skills in planning, writing and producing worship materials including spoken liturgies, prayer and rituals and leading these in the context of Christian Worship.This course is designed as a follow up for those who have completed another course in worship, or who have experience in leading worship. 

22nd January - 18th March, 2024
Mondays, 6:30-8:30pm, online

This course introduces students to the history and theology of Christian worship. It provides an understanding of the development of current forms of Christian worship, the nature of sacramental distinctions, and new sources and ecumenical confluences in 20th- and 21st-century worship. It provides perspectives which will underpin future worship practice and the development of advanced worship leading skills.

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