Trinity Theological College


Solidarity Movement is an act of kindness and charity to the less fortunate people, where students turn up voluntarily and sacrifice their breakfast and meal a day once in a month. The solidarity movement stretches throughout the annual session. Students enroll in this program not out of compulsion but it is entirely a voluntary act.

The day the students skip their meal, they assemble for solidarity prayer fellowship for the less fortunate people. Members of solidarity movement accumulate money and once or twice a year visits orphanages, blind school and less fortunate people on the streets and distribute food items and clothes.