Your church and ministry leadership education at Trinity will include deep reflection on the biblical narrative, Christian community, the challenge of cultural engagement, and practical strategies for leadership and service.
Church and ministry leadership classes include studies in administration and leadership, youth ministry, worship, and education. Theology courses in biblical literature, the church, and the history of Christianity, combined with courses in sociology and psychology, will equip you for positions in churches and Christian agencies.
On our close-knit campus, you can participate in community in a variety of ways. Our students are involved in leading worship during twice-weekly chapels, Thursday evening praise and worship, and community service. Mission trips and service projects present multiple opportunities to hone your abilities through challenging ministry engagement.
Trinity’s church and ministry leadership graduates go on to serve in a variety of vocations, including:
- Youth directors
- Worship leaders
- Parachurch and non-profit ministries
- Camp ministry
- Campus ministry
- Seminary training
The mission of the church and ministry leadership program is to prepare students for work in ministry by giving them broad insight into the nature and task of ministry, especially as it relates to administration, leadership, youth ministry, and worship work. The church and ministry leadership program helps students to think more clearly about developing a philosophy of ministry and gives them an understanding of how to implement that philosophy through a more focused field of ministry.