Theological College of the Holy Trinity

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Holy Trinity University
Type Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church University
Established1942
Location,
EthiopiaPresident Dr. Mezgebu Kassa
Website http://www.htu.edu.et

Holy Trinity University (HTU) (ቅድስት ሥላሴ ዩኒቨርሲቲ) is a theological university located in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. It provides religious and theological instruction to both clergy and lay members of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church. The institution also aims to serve as a center of theological and ecclesiastical study for all Oriental Orthodox Churches.

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    Coordinates: 9°1′54″N38°45′54″E / 9.03167°N 38.76500°E / 9.03167; 38.76500