Please consider giving to the future of Oak Hill
There are many ways to prepare for ministry, but we’re convinced that the best way is to be immersed in a learning and worshipping community for a dedicated and rigorous time of training and formation.
It’s costly to train people in this way. The cost of study at Oak Hill is greater than our students are able to raise themselves. The gap between what students can afford and the cost of training is between £4k and £5k per year, per student. That makes the annual shortfall for all our students £556k per year.
And that’s why we are appealing to all our partners in the gospel – the churches and leaders who have a strong relationship with us – for help. If you'd like to support our students and the work of the College, please request our brochure, Investing in the future of Oak Hill College, below.
Mike Ovey Fellowship Fund
We recently set up the Mike Ovey Fellowship Fund, which will support a Research Fellow at Oak Hill, with teaching and tutorial responsibilities. This has already enabled the appointment of our first Mike Ovey Fellow, Chris Stead. We've made a promising start but we have some way to go to meet our goals.
For more details and to support the Mike Ovey Fellowship Fund, please request the brochure below.
GETTING IN TOUCH
Johnny Juckes, the new President of Oak Hill, writes:
I’d love to talk with you about how the College can support you in your ministry, and also about the ways you can help support Oak Hill.
If you'd like to have a chat on the phone, please click here to get in touch. Thanks.