The Trinity Theological Seminary is the premier and leading ecumenical theological tertiary institution in Ghana and indeed in the West African sub-region. It is about eleven kilometers from the center of Accra.
- The campus is an ideal and serene setting for study, meditation, personal spiritual growth and development.
- The seminary exists to offer Christian training, teaching, guidance, counselling, practical experience and an enabling environment to resource leaders for holistic ministry.
The Trinity Theological Seminary was founded in 1942 in Kumasi. It is the premier and leading ecumenical theological tertiary institution in Ghana and the West Africa sub-region. It is housed on a beautiful 70-acre site in the same geographical location as the University of Ghana, Legon. The Trinity Theological Seminary has five Sponsoring Churches: The Presbyterian Church of Ghana, The Methodist Church Ghana, Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Ghana, African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church and the Anglican Diocese of Accra. Admissions are open to candidates from all Christian denominations, both for theological education and pastoral and leadership training. The Seminary offers Christian theological education and training, teaching in biblical studies, mission and history, counselling, preaching and other practice-oriented ministry programmes in an enabling environment to resource pastors and Christian leaders for holistic ministry.
The Vision of the Seminary then is: To equip men and women for Christian ministry in a changing world
- To train ministerial students by the provision of a balanced theological education that gives each student the opportunity to develop spiritually, morally, intellectually, psychologically, physically and socially;
- To inquire into all aspects of theological truth, using all pertinent disciplines, and from within a basic commitment to the biblical Christian tradition, to reappraise and reformulate the Christian faith in response to ever-widening knowledge;
- To improve study, instruction, and ministry and to apply appropriate academic and professional standards to theological research, teaching, ministerial formation, learning and practice.
Very Rev Prof J. Kwabena Asamoah Gyadu
President of the Seminary
Statement of Purpose
- To offer Christian training, teaching, and guidance to all manner of persons who believe in Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour.
- To educate men and women for the ordained ministry.
- To train church workers for continuous personal and professional growth and development.
- To offer professional and academic/theological programmes to qualified candidates to enable them use their gifts extensively and intensively to serve the Lord and His people.
- To serve as a theological research centre especially for both Lay and Ordained persons.