Kristi Mair, BA, MA

Pastoral Support, Research Fellow

Hungarian by birth, Hunglish by upbringing, Kristi moved to the UK at a young age and remains mystified by British culture. After completing her BA, she worked as a volunteer with Friends International, also leading the student work at a local church in Birmingham. She then embarked on her masters degree, and worked for UCCF as assistant team leader in the Midlands for the following five years.


She is currently teaching philosophical foundations, epistemology, hermeneutics and the knowledge of God. She is a Research Fellow at Oak Hill, and also provides pastoral support for female students. Kristi is a doctoral candidate at the University of Birmingham, researching epistemology.


Kristi is passionate about evangelism and building up the church – and teaching and training God’s people to do both these things. She speaks at a number of evangelistic and training events for UCCF, IFES and Chrysolis, as well as at local churches and other organisations. She has been a regular speaker at Word Alive, Creation Fest and New Wine.


Kristi is currently writing a forthcoming book, More > Truth (IVP, 2019), and she has a few other exciting projects in the pipeline. She is a trustee on various boards including Chrysolis and The University of Birmingham Guild of Students.


She loves spending time with family and close friends, for which there is never time enough. She loves dogs, wine and generally getting lost in foreign, far-flung places. She has a penchant for singing loudly in the car and pontificating over existential questions.