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In this three-session class, taught by Dr. Bob Rice, Professor Emeritus of History, we will examine the history of immigration. SALT, or Seasoned Adults Learning at Trinity, offers a wide variety of educational classes, local trips, book discussions  for those in the community 55 and over.

Abbie Schrotenboer

Join us for the tenure lecture of Dr. Abbie Schrotenboer. Tenure lectures are a celebration of the mature Christian scholarship of our faculty colleagues.

Bakker event

The Palos Heights Library and Trinity are collaborating on “Using Art to Build a Community.”  Professor of Art & Design John Bakker will talk about his Roseland Portrait Project in a virtual presentation.

Taylor Boice '15

On Oct. 20, Fusion Forum presents: Taylor Boice ‘15 who was recently named to Fortune magazine’s “Five Star Wealth Managers under 40.” Taylor is the Director of Financial Planning at Capital & Risk Management Services, LLC. 

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This course will look at music’s role in both current and past evangelistic efforts around the world. SALT, or Seasoned Adults Learning at Trinity, offers a wide variety of educational classes, local trips, book discussions  for those in the community 55 and over.

Wednesday Virtual Worship

All are welcome to Trinity’s Chapel Services, where we sing, reflect, pray, and fellowship together in community on Wednesdays. Speaker:  Dr. Aron Reppman, Professor of Philosophy

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Trinity’s Fall Instrumental Concert, featuring the Jazz Ensemble and Wind Ensemble, will take place on Oct. 22 at 6 pm in Ozinga Chapel Auditorium.

One act plays

Please join us for an evening of three short plays directed by Trinity seniors. Plays include Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz by Steve and Kathy Hotchner, Visitor from Forest Hills by Neil Simon, and One Lane Bridge by Stephen Gregg.

Trinity Quad

The best way to experience Trinity is to come for a visit. Meet professors and current students, attend a chapel, eat in the dining hall, talk to someone about financial aid opportunities, and find out how a Trinity education will set you on a course to build a life that makes a difference.

Friday Chapel - Live from Campus

Join the Trinity community as we come together for Chapel.

One act plays

Please join us for an evening of three short plays directed by Trinity seniors. Plays include Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz by Steve and Kathy Hotchner, Visitor from Forest Hills by Neil Simon, and One Lane Bridge by Stephen Gregg.

Third Annual Wellness Retreat

The Trinity Chapter of the Illinois Counseling Association is hosting its Third Annual Wellness Retreat. At the retreat, participants will have the opportunity to choose from a variety of workshops featuring physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and other areas of personal wellness.

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The Southwest Symphony Orchestra is excited to return for its 2021-22 season! SSO will debut its season with “Orchestra Musicians’ Bucket List Revisited.” Marty Ozinga III, long-time supporter of the SSO, will be commemorated after the program’s intermission.

SALT Class

In the decades before the Civil War, more than 3,000 fugitive slaves/freedom seekers traveled through the Chicago region on their way to freedom in Canada. Dr. Larry McClellan, Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Community Studies, introduces these journeys and the networks of support as part of our SALT series for those 55 and over.

Friday Chapel - Live from Campus

Join the Trinity community as we come together for Chapel.

Join us at 3 pm in Ozinga Chapel Auditorium for the Fall Choral Concert, featuring the Concert Choir, Gospel Choir, and Honors Ensemble.

Wednesday Virtual Worship

All are welcome to Trinity’s Chapel Services, where we sing, reflect, pray, and fellowship together in community on Wednesdays. Speaker:  Dr. Jon Vander Woude, Associate Professor of Chemistry

Friday Chapel - Live from Campus

Join the Trinity community as we come together for Chapel.

Fall Fest 201

Mark your calendars for Friday, November 5 and Saturday, November 6 for our annual Fall Fest weekend. We are excited to welcome alumni, students, parents and the community to join us for an event that encapsulates Homecoming and Family Weekend, all rolled together into one giant event.

Coram Deo Conference - Fall 2021

Trinity will be hosting the “Knowledge for the Future: Higher Education Change and Christian Responsibility” conference on November 11-12, sponsored by Coram Deo.

Trinity Theatre presents the Fall Mainstage Production, Macbeth. This classic Shakespeare tale follows Macbeth’s ambitions to become king and the lengths he will go to achieve and sustain such a title. 

Trinity Quad

The best way to experience Trinity is to come for a visit. Meet professors and current students, attend a chapel, eat in the dining hall, talk to someone about financial aid opportunities, and find out how a Trinity education will set you on a course to build a life that makes a difference.

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IPO makes its jubilant return to the stage of Ozinga Chapel Auditorium for its 2020-21 season! The Nov. 13 concert will feature Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante for Winds and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 8.

Trinity Theatre presents the Fall Mainstage Production, Macbeth. This classic Shakespeare tale follows Macbeth’s ambitions to become king and the lengths he will go to achieve and sustain such a title. 

Stephanie Reichert, CPA '14

On Nov. 14th, Fusion Forum presents: Stephanie Reichert, CPA.   Trinity ’14 alumna, Stephanie is a Certified Public Accountant with experience in the Investment Management industry and the team lead at Northern Trust Corporation.

lenore knight johnson

Join us for the tenure lecture of Dr. Lenore Knight Johnson.  Tenure lectures are a celebration of the mature Christian scholarship of our faculty colleagues.

Trinity Theatre presents the Fall Mainstage Production, Macbeth. This classic Shakespeare tale follows Macbeth’s ambitions to become king and the lengths he will go to achieve and sustain such a title. 

Trinity Theatre presents the Fall Mainstage Production, Macbeth. This classic Shakespeare tale follows Macbeth’s ambitions to become king and the lengths he will go to achieve and sustain such a title. 

The Fall Chamber Music Recital, where the Brass Quintet and Chamber Music Ensemble will perform, will take place in the Van Namen Recital Hall on 7 pm on Dec. 1.

Trinity Quad

The best way to experience Trinity is to come for a visit. Meet professors and current students, attend a chapel, eat in the dining hall, talk to someone about financial aid opportunities, and find out how a Trinity education will set you on a course to build a life that makes a difference.

christmastide choir music hall

The Music Department invites the community to attend the annual Christmastide program on Saturday, December 4 at 4 p.m. in the Ozinga Chapel.

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Every day, blood donors help patients of all ages: accident and burn victims, heart surgery and organ transplant patients, and those battling cancer. In fact, every two seconds, someone in the U.S. needs blood.

Trinity Quad

The best way to experience Trinity is to come for a visit. Meet professors and current students, attend a chapel, eat in the dining hall, talk to someone about financial aid opportunities, and find out how a Trinity education will set you on a course to build a life that makes a difference.

Trinity Quad

The best way to experience Trinity is to come for a visit. Meet professors and current students, attend a chapel, eat in the dining hall, talk to someone about financial aid opportunities, and find out how a Trinity education will set you on a course to build a life that makes a difference.

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IPO makes its jubilant return to the stage of Ozinga Chapel Auditorium for its 2020-21 season! The Feb. 19 concert will feature Still, Bologne and Dvorak.

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All are welcome to Trinity’s annual Gospel Fest, which will take place on Feb. 25 at 7 pm at Ozinga Chapel Auditorium.

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The Southwest Symphony Orchestra is excited to return for its 2021-22 season! SSO presents New World Symphony and Double Concerto.

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IPO makes its jubilant return to the stage of Ozinga Chapel Auditorium for its 2020-21 season! The March 12 concert will feature works by Ravel, Abels and Thomas with the Anima-Glen Ellyn Children’s Chorus.

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The Jazz Ensemble and Wind Ensemble will perform at the Spring Instrumental Concert at Ozinga Chapel Auditorium on March 18 at 7 pm.

Trinity Quad

The best way to experience Trinity is to come for a visit. Meet professors and current students, attend a chapel, eat in the dining hall, talk to someone about financial aid opportunities, and find out how a Trinity education will set you on a course to build a life that makes a difference.

Spring Choral Concert

Come out for an afternoon of music with Trinity’s Concert Choir, Gospel Choir and Honors Ensemble!

Trinity Quad

The best way to experience Trinity is to come for a visit. Meet professors and current students, attend a chapel, eat in the dining hall, talk to someone about financial aid opportunities, and find out how a Trinity education will set you on a course to build a life that makes a difference.

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The Southwest Symphony Orchestra is excited to return for its 2021-22 season! SSO presents an Afternoon of Lerner & Loewe Favorites!

OPUS

The music department of Trinity Christian College proudly presents our annual OPUS recital, featuring student performances in a wide range of styles including Gospel, jazz, classical, modern worship, and musical theatre.

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Trinity’s music ensembles will come together to present “All God’s Children” on April 23 at 4 pm. Tickets will be available at trnty.edu/boxoffice

Chamber Music Recital

The spring Chamber Music Recital takes place on April 27 at 7 pm in the Van Namen Recital Hall, featuring the Brass Quintet and Chamber Music Ensemble.

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IPO makes its jubilant return to the stage of Ozinga Chapel Auditorium for its 2020-21 season! The April 30 concert will be an evening of Brahms, with Hungarian Dances 5 & 6; Double Concerto; and Symphony No. 2.

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IPO makes its jubilant return to the stage of Ozinga Chapel Auditorium for its 2020-21 season! The May 14 concert will feature works by Horst, Tchaikovsky and Rimsky-Korsakov.

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