If you’re thinking about training from September 2021 or beyond, we’d love to welcome you to one of our Open Mornings to find out more. The dates for our 2020/21 Open Mornings are as follows:
Saturday 5 December 2020
Saturday 13 February 2021
Saturday 24 April 2021
Our December Open Morning will be live on Zoom; we will confirm nearer the time of the February and April Open Mornings whether we will do them live on Zoom or as a combination of in-person/via Zoom attendance.
Admissions for September 2021 entry will open in Autumn 2020
Johnny Juckes, College President, outlines the context of theological training in this country before Dan Strange, College Director, explains what our motivation for ministry training should be from Ephesians chapter 4. He also interviews a current student about their experience.
Dan Strange, College Director, with other faculty explains about the college experience for students, and how that is shaped by our graduate profile. They look at the programmes, placements and our pattern of life. A current student is also interviewed about their experience.
A panel of staff, students and spouses answers questions from our visitors about life and study at Oak Hill, including part time study, family life and the impact of training.
Watch this overview of our beautiful setting of 60 acres with direct connections to London, the historic house and the modern academic centre that provide intense learning and relaxed reflection.
Are you thinking about theological training, or asking whether theological training is the right next step for you? Are you weighing up full time or part time training? Are you thinking about training as either an ordinand or an independent student? Are you thinking about ministry as a pastor teacher, youth, children’s and family minister, evangelist or cross-cultural worker? Are you wondering what sort of theological training is needed for ministry?
If your answer to any of these questions is yes, then coming to an Oak Hill Open Morning would be a great next step for you and it will give you the opportunity to find out first-hand about the training we offer and what life at Oak Hill is like.
We’ll look at what ministry needs and you’ll hear about our ethos and programme and get a feel for how our community life and learning fit together. There'll be opportunity to hear from faculty and students and to ask your questions, as well as chance to chat informally. We'll take time for a short devotion together. And you'll also be able to talk with a member of the Admissions team about your own situation. The morning runs from 9.45am to approximately 1.00pm.