Emma Nicholls


I have the privilege of being in the unique position of Student Chaplain—because I get to be both a student at Trinity, and chaplain to students. I hope to support the growing life and culture of this college and walk beside students as they take on the transformative experience of theological study.

Before I began a Masters of Divinity last year, I taught high school in country and metropolitan areas in Queensland, taking some time out to work in the business side of international education. Before that I lived in Japan teaching English in an industrial city called Hamamatsu—famous for eel farming and the manufacture of musical instruments! In my down time I enjoy quality hangouts with friends and family, maybe watching a movie, going for a bike ride or playing a board game.

Through all of these wonderful experiences, as well as in the challenges of life, I’ve come to know a wide variety of different people. Now as a candidate for Minister of the Word, my deep sense of call is to create space for all people to explore what it means to have faith in today’s world. As I continue on this adventure, I’m growing in love and wonder of God’s character and his Word, and I’m so glad to be a part of this Trinity College Queensland community who are on the same journey.


Dr Paul Jones
Dr Paul JonesPrincipal of Trinity College Queensland and Lecturer
Dr Rachel Krohn
Dr Rachel KrohnLecturer in Old Testament & Hebrew
Dr Jameson Ross
Dr Jameson RossLecturer in NT & Early Church History
Rev Dr Neil Pembroke
Rev Dr Neil PembrokeAssociate Professor in Pastoral Theology
Rev Dr Helen Dick
Rev Dr Helen DickActing Dean of Formation & Sessional Lecturer
Rev Nigel Rogers
Rev Nigel RogersSessional Lecturer in Denominational (UCA) Distinctives
Dr Scott Downman
Dr Scott DownmanSessional Lecturer in Missions