Equip events

Who is my Neighbour?


Date 1: Thursday 3 February 2022, 7:30-9:30pm
Date 2: Saturday 5 February 2022, 9:30-11:30am

Location: Online & in person at Oak Hill College
Price: £10

Navigating identity politics in churches and wider life.

What does the Bible offer for a world of differences, tribalisms, and the desire to be both connected and free?

In this Equip session we will look together at some ways in which believers can embrace and resist societal answers to pressing questions about identity, race, and gender, and offer a distinctively Christian approach to life together in a diverse world.

This teaching session is delivered in two 45 minute teaching sessions, with opportunities for interactions and questions.

Both dates for this event will cover the same content and do not run in series.

Group discounts are available, please get in touch to find out more.


Matthew Sleeman

Meet the speaker

Revd Matthew Sleeman, MA, MA, MSc, PhD, PhD, Diploma of Ministry - Vice Principal, Lecturer in New Testament, Greek, and Church & World.

Matthew describes his life aim as being a disciple, a discipler, and a shaper of disciplers, along the lines of 2 Timothy 2:2. He wants to help believers form churches, and churches to be places where the gospel can be lived out in all spheres of life.

Learn more about Matthew
Watch the event introduction