TRINITY SCHOOL FOR CHRISTIAN MINISTRY, Taiwan

— Trinity School For Christian Ministry

TRINITY SCHOOL FOR CHRISTIAN MINISTRY, Taiwan

Trinity School for Christian Ministry (TSCM) began in 1984 as Trinity Hall, the theological training center of the Episcopal Diocese of Taiwan. After nearly 40 years of ministry, Trinity Hall is reorganized and renamed as of 2020 as TSCM to reflect a renewed endeavor in these times of a dramatically changing world, in our diocesan response to the Call of God and the needs of our Church.

Mission Statement

1.To nurture laity and raise clergy for the Church

2. To provide a platform for the study of subjects, matters, and issues in contemporary Christian faith.

3. To promote Christian education as a life-long learning by offering credits, diplomas, and a theological degree (MTS) to mark such studies.

4. TSCM seeks to emphasize the ethos of Anglicanism in the spirit of the Holy Catholic Church, an awareness of movements of the world and society at large, and to engage in the subjects of Christian faith as a Chinese Christian

Faculty

Our faculty is adjunct-based, since we operate on a credit-system.  

Dean:  The Very Reverend Canon David Chee

Anglicanism, Theology and Culture

The Very Rev. Canon David Chee, BA., MA (Phil.) National Taiwan University, DMin. Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley 

Rev. Leo W. B. Tzeng, B.Th. Fu Jen Catholic University, Faculty of Theology of St. Robert Bellarmine, MA (Religious Studies) Fu Jen Catholic University.


Yin-An Chen, BA (Humanities and Social Sciences) National Tsing Hua University; MA (Anthropology) National Taiwan University; MA (Theology) Durham University, MPhil (Theology and Religious Studies) University of Kent; PG Dip (Theology, Ministry and Mission) Westcott House Cambridge.

Christian Worship, Spirituality 

Dr. Charlene Y. W. Chang, M.Div. Lutheran Theological Seminary, Hong Kong, MA Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium, PhD Cambridge University, UK

Rev. Antony F. W. Liang, MS Tainan Univ. of Tech., MTh. Ming Hua Theological College, Hong Kong

Theology, Religions and Culture

Rev. Jung-Chang Wang, M.Div. Taiwan Theol. College, PhD (Religion) Lancaster University, UK

Thomas L. C. Tarn, STL. Fu Jen Catholic University, Faculty of Theology of St. Robert Bellarmine, PhD Student of Philosophy, Fu Jen Catholic University 

History of Chinese Christianity, Chinese (Anglican) Church History

Dr. Mei-Mei Lin, PhD in History, University of Texas at Austin, USA

Rev. Mark Chen-Chang Cheng, MSc. Taipei U of Tech., M.Div. Fu Jen Catholic University, Faculty of Theology of St. Robert Bellarmine 

Biblical Studies 

(Rev. John Yueh-Han Yieh, M.Div. Taiwan Theological College, PhD Yale Univ. USA, presently based in VTS)

Rev. Felix Ming-You Chen, MSc. Tamkang Univ., M.Div. Fu Jen Catholic University, Faculty of Theology of St. Robert Bellarmine 

Rev. Deledda Ching-Yi Tsai, BA Christ College Taipei, M.Div. Fu Jen Catholic University, Faculty of Theology of St. Robert Bellarmine 

Practical Theology

Rev. Philip Jeng-Lung Ho, M.Div. Fu Jen Catholic University, Faculty of Theology of St. Robert Bellarmine, PhD (Education). Univ. of Idaho, USA 

Rev. Lily L. L. Chang, BS (Psychology) Chung Yuan Univ., M.Div. Fu Jen Catholic University, Faculty of Theology of St. Robert Bellarmine