Our Story

Trinity Theological Seminary stands as the foremost Ecumenical Theological Tertiary Institution in Ghana, serving as a beacon of theological education and spiritual development not only in Ghana but also across the West African sub-region. Nestled within a picturesque 70-acre expanse, located seven miles from the bustling heart of Accra, the campus offers an idyllic and tranquil environment conducive to deep study, reflection, and personal enrichment.


Founded in 1942 through a collaborative endeavour among three esteemed sponsoring churches—the Methodist Church Ghana, the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, and the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Ghana—Trinity Theological Seminary has remained steadfast in its mission to provide theological training and nurture Christian leaders for comprehensive ministry.


Over the years, Trinity Theological Seminary has evolved, embracing a spirit of inclusivity and openness to diverse denominations and theological perspectives. In 1967, the joint Anglican Diocese Council of Ghana, now known as the Accra Diocese, joined the ranks of the founding churches, followed by the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church. Today, the seminary extends its training and resources to clergy and leaders from non-sponsoring Churches, encompassing a wide array of denominations such as the African Methodist Church, the Evangelical Lutheran Church, the Baptist Church, African Independent Churches, and Charismatic and Pentecostal Churches, including the Church of Pentecost and the Assemblies of God.


Moreover, Trinity Theological Seminary fosters a vibrant cross-cultural environment, attracting students and visiting scholars from diverse corners of the globe. This rich tapestry of cultural exchange enhances the educational experience, enriching theological discourse and broadening perspectives.


In essence, Trinity Theological Seminary stands as a bastion of theological excellence and unity, nurturing a new generation of Christian leaders equipped to serve and inspire communities both locally and globally.