Trinity Bible College

Trinity Bible College was founded in 1948 as Lakewood Park Bible School. It is located on a beautiful 28-acre campus on the east side of Ellendale, North Dakota. The centerpiece of the campus is the Block Memorial Chapel. Other buildings include the Lowell Lundstrom Heartland Student Life Center, the Ray Ulmer Field House, the Wead Student Center and cafeteria, four residence halls, administration and classroom buildings. A football field and a large practice field make up the rest of the campus grounds.

Trinity is affiliated with the General Council of the Assemblies of God. It is governed by a Board of Regents from the North Dakota and South Dakota districts of the Assemblies of God together with selected members from other geographical areas served by the college.

Trinity Bible College


Trinity Bible College is a biblically based institution of higher education providing a Christ-centered Pentecostal environment for academic and spiritual preparation of men and women for ministry in church vocations and for service in other professions.

Trinity Bible College Institutional Objectives Students and graduates of TBC will:

  1. Be well-equipped leaders with the academic, social and spiritual skills fitted for the modern world.
  2. Make a Christ-centered contribution to the communities in which they live and work.
  3. Serve Jesus Christ authentically in an increasingly complex and diverse world.
  4. Be missional minded.

*To visit the Trinity Bible College website to learn more about the college please click on the Trinity Bible College icon below.

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