The chapel services (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) provide opportunity for creativity and variety within a recommended format. Senior students, lecturers and guest speakers are invited to preach during chapel services.
Hostelites are expected to attend vespers every weekday evening.
Communion services are conducted at the beginning and the end of term and on the last Wednesday of each month during term. Each communion service follows the liturgical pattern of a particular tradition (Anglican, Methodist, Presbyterian, Lutheran and Free Church).
The Trinity Chorale
Trinity seeks to promote quality sacred music through the Trinity Chorale. Singers selected for the Chorale (through audition) are given training in vocal technique and a wide range of choral anthems. Opportunities to perform include the special functions of the College, such as the graduation and thanksgiving services, College chapel services and worship services of local churches. Students participating in the Chorale would be deemed as having fulfilled one hour of community service each week.
Family Groups form an important part of the community life of Trinity. They aim to nurture students to become godly men and women by organising them into small groups of about ten, under a lecturer who serves as spiritual mentor. The small size and family setting are to encourage close personal interaction, mutual support and directed growth. Each group meets weekly for about one hour. Activities vary widely from group to group as each group decides. They are either formal or informal but always within a family setting. Besides the scheduled weekly meetings, mentors meet with their family members individually at least once a semester, providing personal spiritual care.
All students are expected to participate in the Community Lunch every Wednesday during semestral time, unless prior approval has been obtained. The Community provides the opportunity for fellowship and bonding.