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Oak Hill Commentary magazine

The summer edition of Commentary is online: Read here

Oak Hill prospectus

The Oak Hill prospectus: Read here

The best possible gift

Our booklet and video, The Best Possible Gift, focuses on the importance of theological education for the health of the church

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OAK HILL BLOG

Two new strategic roles
Graduation day at Oak Hill
Idolatry and AI
Old Testament inscriptions
President appointed
Leaders who last
Endings and beginnings
Isaiah in five minutes
Running the race
Time for the catechism

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Click here for the launch of the new Mike Ovey book on 18 January

Join us for the evening launch of The Goldilocks Zone, which brings together the collected writings of Mike Ovey

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Open morning at Oak Hill

Come to an Oak Hill Open Morning. Meet staff and students, sample a lecture and tour the campus

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Thinking about theological training? Read about our admissions process and order an application pack

Find out about our Why get ordained in the C of E event

Find out about our day events to explore gospel ministry in the Church of England

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Mark Smith talks about his ministry

Mark Smith, church planter in Dublin, talks about how theology resources his work in ministry

Efrem Buckle talks about his ministry

Efrem Buckle, Pastor at Calvary Chapel in Lewisham, talks about his theological training at Oak Hill