We are eager to make excellent training for ministry available to as many people as possible. We think the most desirable way to do this is by offering our students three years of full time study in a residential setting. However we recognise this isn’t possible or suitable for everyone, which is why we also offer part time pathways for students who need more training flexibility.
All this costs money and the gap between our income and our expenditure is significant. We have been privileged over the years to have a small number of exceptionally generous donors, and we are now looking to increase the number of churches and individuals who help us do what we do, sharing the load, as we reduce costs where we can, and identify further sources of revenue.
If you are glad that Oak Hill exists, and are grateful for the ministry of those who were trained here, and if you would be pleased for us to go on training and sending out ministers of the gospel for this country and across the world, then please give whatever you can give gladly to help us.
Read more about why Oak Hill needs your financial help in our fundraising brochure. Read above, or download here.
We are appealing to all our partners in the gospel to help us raise this money. If you’d like to support our students and the work of the College, whether that is to our General fund, Bursary fund (to provide support to students with financial barriers) or the Mike Ovey Fellowship Fund (to provide support for Faculty staff to gain qualifications and experience to enable the best possible theological education in the future), please give using one of the options below:
Mike Ovey was passionate about creating the best possible Word-based theological education to equip people for a lifetime of servant-hearted, faithful ministry. He lived that vision himself, in his evident love for the Lord, his confidence in God’s revealed truth and his consistent love and care for others.
That’s why Oak Hill has launched the Mike Ovey Fellowship Fund. Its aim is to support potential future faculty members, helping them to gain their required additional qualifications and experience. We hope to raise £500,000 over the next five years to enable people to be supported by the fund. Please download the Mike Ovey Fellowship Fund leaflet for more details.
As a particular way to mark Mike’s legacy, please consider giving generously to the Mike Ovey Fellowship Fund using the form below:
Help us plan for the future of Oak Hill by including the college in your legacy giving.
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