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Trinity News : July 2008
Chaplaincy The Team Trinity’s Chaplaincy team is diverse and widely involved throughout the School. We teach across the K-12 spectrum and in subjects as diverse as Science, Maths, Legal Studies, Commerce, Theory of Knowledge and, of course, Christian Studies. We also coach Rugby, Volleyball and Football. Our task is simple to state, though a little more complicated to do - being compelled by the love of Christ, our passion is to commend Christ to everyone (2 Corinthians 5:14). 8 TRINITY NEWS Apart from the Chapel and teaching ministry – which is significant, we look after a whole range of voluntary groups that meet across the campuses. Berea is a co-curricular group for training senior boys that meets for breakfast one morning a week. Josiah and FISH are our lunchtime Christian fellowship groups. We also co-ordinate year group Bible Studies that meet at lunchtime with the help of other staff members. These are all opportunities for students to ask questions and grow as they read God’s word together. We run the Easter Mission each year and the follow-up groups that are generated from that. This year the Chaplaincy department ran the Year 8 camp at Watersleigh as well as the ‘Fuel’ camp in conjunction with Meriden. We are involved with student welfare at all levels, from being part of the student welfare teams to spending time with individuals – both students and parents, colleagues and old boys.