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Oak Hill to exhibit at this year’s Christian Resources Exhibition
What do you think of when you hear the words ‘Oak Hill’? That’s the question we’ll be asking at the National Christian Resources Exhibition this year.
The gospel, Japan… and ultimate frisbee
Levi Booth, who recently visited Oak Hill, talks with David Baldwin about his passion for the gospel, Japan and ultimate frisbee.
School of Theology explores what it is to be human in the 21st century
Over 100 people gathered at Oak Hill for the annual School of Theology last Tuesday, where the focus was on the doctrine of humanity in the 21st century.
A summer of theological reading
What books have Oak Hill’s faculty found helpful or stimulating recently? Dip into our summer theological reading list.
Each scar edged with gold
An ancient Japanese practice beautifully illustrates God’s redemptive work in Joseph’s life and ours, says Eric Ortlund.
Planting healthy gospel churches
David Shaw talks with Neil Powell, a pastor and church planter from 2020 Birmingham, about ministry and church growth in an urban context.
Summer edition of Commentary
The summer edition of Commentary, our twice-yearly magazine exploring cultural, ethical and theological issues in the light of biblical teaching, is now out.
David Powlison (1949-2019)
We’ve learned over recent days that David Powlison, Executive Director of the Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation, has died and entered glory.
10 things I’ve appreciated about studying at Oak Hill
Nathan Richards, who confesses to 'going mad learning Greek verb paradigms' during his time at Oak Hill, writes about the positive things he's learned while studying theology.
The complementarian jigsaw
Graham Beynon talks about the biblical elements which should shape our view of gender, our understanding of ministry, and our thinking about church.
Plugged in, engaging culture
Dan Strange introduces his new book, 'Plugged In: Connecting your faith with what you watch, read and play', which has just been published.
Sri Lanka and Notre-Dame
Ray Porter reflects on the fire of Notre-Dame and the murder of people in Sri Lankan churches on Easter Sunday, and asks where our prayer and support will go.
Christ, contextualization, and cherry blossoms
Eric Ortlund, who recently taught a week-long class at a Bible seminary in Nagoya, Japan, writes about teaching in a culture which has seen such a slow spread of the gospel.
Passion for evangelism
Kristi Mair reports from the UCCF 'Passion for Evangelism' conference, equipping women in their love, understanding and communication of the gospel
Training for cross-cultural missions overseas
Chris and Ros Howles are on staff at the United Martyr’s Seminary, Namugongo, Uganda. They talk about how training at Oak Hill prepared them for life and ministry overseas.
Discovering Oak Hill at an Open Morning
Last Saturday saw our second Open Morning of the year, when 35 people came to Oak Hill to consider training for ministry here.
Bookings open for summer events at Oak Hill
Bookings have opened for two major events at Oak Hill this July: our annual School of Theology, and our popular Language Refreshers for Ministry.
Understanding our past to engage in ministry today
Matthew Bingham has recently seen his new church history book published. He talks about the book and the relevance of church history to ministry today.
Searching for certainty in an uncertain world
Kristi Mair's first book, MORE > Truth, has just been published. She talks about how the book came to be written, and what she hopes it will achieve.
Theology for everyone
We're excited to announce that some of our key teaching modules are now available as standalone short courses. It’s part of our drive to make theological training available for everyone.
Engaging with Shepherd's Bush
Reuben Hunter, is the Pastor of Trinity West Church in Shepherd’s Bush. In this video he talks about his work and his preparation for ministry at Oak Hill.
Director of Operations & Finance appointed
We are delighted to announce the appointment of a Director of Operations & Finance for Oak Hill.
Jamie Smith speaks at Oak Hill
It was a real delight for Oak Hill to host Professor Jamie Smith recently, to speak on areas vital to evangelicals in the UK.
At the FIEC leaders' conference
Last week, some 900 people gathered in a breezy Torquay for the annual FIEC Leaders' Conference. Dan Strange reports.
Your Politics Is Religious, and Your Religion Political
We’re looking forward to welcoming James KA Smith to Oak Hill on Friday morning, 30 November 2018, to discuss his new book, Awaiting the King, on religion and politics.
Mark Pickles to be new Director of North West Partnership
Mark Pickles is to become the new Director of the North West Partnership
Sharing not only the gospel, but our lives
Our annual graduation ceremony celebrated the academic achievements of 55 Oak Hill students
Welcome week at Oak Hill
Kristi Mair reports on Welcome week and the opening of the academic year at Oak Hill
Tribute to David Wheaton
A personal tribute to David Wheaton, former Prinicpal of Oak Hill, from Mike Butterworth
Appointment of a new tutor and a research fellow
Dr Matthew Bingham and Kristi Mair have been appointed as a tutor and research fellow at Oak Hill
Graduation day at Oak Hill
A full lecture theatre witnessed last year’s student cohort receiving their hard-earned awards
Two new strategic roles at Oak Hill
Rev. Chris Stead and Rev. Dr Andrew Nicholls have been appointed to positions at Oak Hill
President appointed to Oak Hill College
Revd Jonathan Juckes has been appointed President of Oak Hill, from 1 January 2018
Oak Hill to exhibit at this year’s Christian Resources Exhibition
What do you think of when you hear the words ‘Oak Hill’? That’s the question we’ll be asking at the National Christian Resources Exhibition this year.
The gospel, Japan… and ultimate frisbee
Levi Booth, who recently visited Oak Hill, talks with David Baldwin about his passion for the gospel, Japan and ultimate frisbee.
School of Theology explores what it is to be human in the 21st century
Over 100 people gathered at Oak Hill for the annual School of Theology last Tuesday, where the focus was on the doctrine of humanity in the 21st century.
A summer of theological reading
What books have Oak Hill’s faculty found helpful or stimulating recently? Dip into our summer theological reading list.
Each scar edged with gold
An ancient Japanese practice beautifully illustrates God’s redemptive work in Joseph’s life and ours, says Eric Ortlund.
Planting healthy gospel churches
David Shaw talks with Neil Powell, a pastor and church planter from 2020 Birmingham, about ministry and church growth in an urban context.
Summer edition of Commentary
The summer edition of Commentary, our twice-yearly magazine exploring cultural, ethical and theological issues in the light of biblical teaching, is now out.
David Powlison (1949-2019)
We’ve learned over recent days that David Powlison, Executive Director of the Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation, has died and entered glory.
10 things I’ve appreciated about studying at Oak Hill
Nathan Richards, who confesses to 'going mad learning Greek verb paradigms' during his time at Oak Hill, writes about the positive things he's learned while studying theology.
The complementarian jigsaw
Graham Beynon talks about the biblical elements which should shape our view of gender, our understanding of ministry, and our thinking about church.
Plugged in, engaging culture
Dan Strange introduces his new book, 'Plugged In: Connecting your faith with what you watch, read and play', which has just been published.
Sri Lanka and Notre-Dame
Ray Porter reflects on the fire of Notre-Dame and the murder of people in Sri Lankan churches on Easter Sunday, and asks where our prayer and support will go.
Christ, contextualization, and cherry blossoms
Eric Ortlund, who recently taught a week-long class at a Bible seminary in Nagoya, Japan, writes about teaching in a culture which has seen such a slow spread of the gospel.
Passion for evangelism
Kristi Mair reports from the UCCF 'Passion for Evangelism' conference, equipping women in their love, understanding and communication of the gospel
Training for cross-cultural missions overseas
Chris and Ros Howles are on staff at the United Martyr’s Seminary, Namugongo, Uganda. They talk about how training at Oak Hill prepared them for life and ministry overseas.
Discovering Oak Hill at an Open Morning
Last Saturday saw our second Open Morning of the year, when 35 people came to Oak Hill to consider training for ministry here.
Bookings open for summer events at Oak Hill
Bookings have opened for two major events at Oak Hill this July: our annual School of Theology, and our popular Language Refreshers for Ministry.
Understanding our past to engage in ministry today
Matthew Bingham has recently seen his new church history book published. He talks about the book and the relevance of church history to ministry today.
Searching for certainty in an uncertain world
Kristi Mair's first book, MORE > Truth, has just been published. She talks about how the book came to be written, and what she hopes it will achieve.
Theology for everyone
We're excited to announce that some of our key teaching modules are now available as standalone short courses. It’s part of our drive to make theological training available for everyone.
Engaging with Shepherd's Bush
Reuben Hunter, is the Pastor of Trinity West Church in Shepherd’s Bush. In this video he talks about his work and his preparation for ministry at Oak Hill.
Director of Operations & Finance appointed
We are delighted to announce the appointment of a Director of Operations & Finance for Oak Hill.
Jamie Smith speaks at Oak Hill
It was a real delight for Oak Hill to host Professor Jamie Smith recently, to speak on areas vital to evangelicals in the UK.
At the FIEC leaders' conference
Last week, some 900 people gathered in a breezy Torquay for the annual FIEC Leaders' Conference. Dan Strange reports.
Your Politics Is Religious, and Your Religion Political
We’re looking forward to welcoming James KA Smith to Oak Hill on Friday morning, 30 November 2018, to discuss his new book, Awaiting the King, on religion and politics.
Mark Pickles to be new Director of North West Partnership
Mark Pickles is to become the new Director of the North West Partnership
Sharing not only the gospel, but our lives
Our annual graduation ceremony celebrated the academic achievements of 55 Oak Hill students
Welcome week at Oak Hill
Kristi Mair reports on Welcome week and the opening of the academic year at Oak Hill
Tribute to David Wheaton
A personal tribute to David Wheaton, former Prinicpal of Oak Hill, from Mike Butterworth
Appointment of a new tutor and a research fellow
Dr Matthew Bingham and Kristi Mair have been appointed as a tutor and research fellow at Oak Hill
Graduation day at Oak Hill
A full lecture theatre witnessed last year’s student cohort receiving their hard-earned awards
Two new strategic roles at Oak Hill
Rev. Chris Stead and Rev. Dr Andrew Nicholls have been appointed to positions at Oak Hill
President appointed to Oak Hill College
Revd Jonathan Juckes has been appointed President of Oak Hill, from 1 January 2018
Oak Hill to exhibit at this year’s Christian Resources Exhibition
What do you think of when you hear the words ‘Oak Hill’? That’s the question we’ll be asking at the National Christian Resources Exhibition this year.
The gospel, Japan… and ultimate frisbee
Levi Booth, who recently visited Oak Hill, talks with David Baldwin about his passion for the gospel, Japan and ultimate frisbee.
School of Theology explores what it is to be human in the 21st century
Over 100 people gathered at Oak Hill for the annual School of Theology last Tuesday, where the focus was on the doctrine of humanity in the 21st century.
A summer of theological reading
What books have Oak Hill’s faculty found helpful or stimulating recently? Dip into our summer theological reading list.
Each scar edged with gold
An ancient Japanese practice beautifully illustrates God’s redemptive work in Joseph’s life and ours, says Eric Ortlund.
Planting healthy gospel churches
David Shaw talks with Neil Powell, a pastor and church planter from 2020 Birmingham, about ministry and church growth in an urban context.
Summer edition of Commentary
The summer edition of Commentary, our twice-yearly magazine exploring cultural, ethical and theological issues in the light of biblical teaching, is now out.
David Powlison (1949-2019)
We’ve learned over recent days that David Powlison, Executive Director of the Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation, has died and entered glory.
10 things I’ve appreciated about studying at Oak Hill
Nathan Richards, who confesses to 'going mad learning Greek verb paradigms' during his time at Oak Hill, writes about the positive things he's learned while studying theology.
The complementarian jigsaw
Graham Beynon talks about the biblical elements which should shape our view of gender, our understanding of ministry, and our thinking about church.
Plugged in, engaging culture
Dan Strange introduces his new book, 'Plugged In: Connecting your faith with what you watch, read and play', which has just been published.
Sri Lanka and Notre-Dame
Ray Porter reflects on the fire of Notre-Dame and the murder of people in Sri Lankan churches on Easter Sunday, and asks where our prayer and support will go.
Christ, contextualization, and cherry blossoms
Eric Ortlund, who recently taught a week-long class at a Bible seminary in Nagoya, Japan, writes about teaching in a culture which has seen such a slow spread of the gospel.
Passion for evangelism
Kristi Mair reports from the UCCF 'Passion for Evangelism' conference, equipping women in their love, understanding and communication of the gospel
Training for cross-cultural missions overseas
Chris and Ros Howles are on staff at the United Martyr’s Seminary, Namugongo, Uganda. They talk about how training at Oak Hill prepared them for life and ministry overseas.
Discovering Oak Hill at an Open Morning
Last Saturday saw our second Open Morning of the year, when 35 people came to Oak Hill to consider training for ministry here.
Bookings open for summer events at Oak Hill
Bookings have opened for two major events at Oak Hill this July: our annual School of Theology, and our popular Language Refreshers for Ministry.
Understanding our past to engage in ministry today
Matthew Bingham has recently seen his new church history book published. He talks about the book and the relevance of church history to ministry today.
Searching for certainty in an uncertain world
Kristi Mair's first book, MORE > Truth, has just been published. She talks about how the book came to be written, and what she hopes it will achieve.
Theology for everyone
We're excited to announce that some of our key teaching modules are now available as standalone short courses. It’s part of our drive to make theological training available for everyone.
Engaging with Shepherd's Bush
Reuben Hunter, is the Pastor of Trinity West Church in Shepherd’s Bush. In this video he talks about his work and his preparation for ministry at Oak Hill.
Director of Operations & Finance appointed
We are delighted to announce the appointment of a Director of Operations & Finance for Oak Hill.
Jamie Smith speaks at Oak Hill
It was a real delight for Oak Hill to host Professor Jamie Smith recently, to speak on areas vital to evangelicals in the UK.
At the FIEC leaders' conference
Last week, some 900 people gathered in a breezy Torquay for the annual FIEC Leaders' Conference. Dan Strange reports.
Your Politics Is Religious, and Your Religion Political
We’re looking forward to welcoming James KA Smith to Oak Hill on Friday morning, 30 November 2018, to discuss his new book, Awaiting the King, on religion and politics.
Mark Pickles to be new Director of North West Partnership
Mark Pickles is to become the new Director of the North West Partnership
Sharing not only the gospel, but our lives
Our annual graduation ceremony celebrated the academic achievements of 55 Oak Hill students
Welcome week at Oak Hill
Kristi Mair reports on Welcome week and the opening of the academic year at Oak Hill
Tribute to David Wheaton
A personal tribute to David Wheaton, former Prinicpal of Oak Hill, from Mike Butterworth
Appointment of a new tutor and a research fellow
Dr Matthew Bingham and Kristi Mair have been appointed as a tutor and research fellow at Oak Hill
Graduation day at Oak Hill
A full lecture theatre witnessed last year’s student cohort receiving their hard-earned awards
Two new strategic roles at Oak Hill
Rev. Chris Stead and Rev. Dr Andrew Nicholls have been appointed to positions at Oak Hill
President appointed to Oak Hill College
Revd Jonathan Juckes has been appointed President of Oak Hill, from 1 January 2018
Oak Hill to exhibit at this year’s Christian Resources Exhibition
What do you think of when you hear the words ‘Oak Hill’? That’s the question we’ll be asking at the National Christian Resources Exhibition this year.
The gospel, Japan… and ultimate frisbee
Levi Booth, who recently visited Oak Hill, talks with David Baldwin about his passion for the gospel, Japan and ultimate frisbee.
School of Theology explores what it is to be human in the 21st century
Over 100 people gathered at Oak Hill for the annual School of Theology last Tuesday, where the focus was on the doctrine of humanity in the 21st century.
A summer of theological reading
What books have Oak Hill’s faculty found helpful or stimulating recently? Dip into our summer theological reading list.
Each scar edged with gold
An ancient Japanese practice beautifully illustrates God’s redemptive work in Joseph’s life and ours, says Eric Ortlund.
Planting healthy gospel churches
David Shaw talks with Neil Powell, a pastor and church planter from 2020 Birmingham, about ministry and church growth in an urban context.
Summer edition of Commentary
The summer edition of Commentary, our twice-yearly magazine exploring cultural, ethical and theological issues in the light of biblical teaching, is now out.
David Powlison (1949-2019)
We’ve learned over recent days that David Powlison, Executive Director of the Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation, has died and entered glory.
10 things I’ve appreciated about studying at Oak Hill
Nathan Richards, who confesses to 'going mad learning Greek verb paradigms' during his time at Oak Hill, writes about the positive things he's learned while studying theology.
The complementarian jigsaw
Graham Beynon talks about the biblical elements which should shape our view of gender, our understanding of ministry, and our thinking about church.
Plugged in, engaging culture
Dan Strange introduces his new book, 'Plugged In: Connecting your faith with what you watch, read and play', which has just been published.
Sri Lanka and Notre-Dame
Ray Porter reflects on the fire of Notre-Dame and the murder of people in Sri Lankan churches on Easter Sunday, and asks where our prayer and support will go.
Christ, contextualization, and cherry blossoms
Eric Ortlund, who recently taught a week-long class at a Bible seminary in Nagoya, Japan, writes about teaching in a culture which has seen such a slow spread of the gospel.
Passion for evangelism
Kristi Mair reports from the UCCF 'Passion for Evangelism' conference, equipping women in their love, understanding and communication of the gospel
Training for cross-cultural missions overseas
Chris and Ros Howles are on staff at the United Martyr’s Seminary, Namugongo, Uganda. They talk about how training at Oak Hill prepared them for life and ministry overseas.
Discovering Oak Hill at an Open Morning
Last Saturday saw our second Open Morning of the year, when 35 people came to Oak Hill to consider training for ministry here.
Bookings open for summer events at Oak Hill
Bookings have opened for two major events at Oak Hill this July: our annual School of Theology, and our popular Language Refreshers for Ministry.
Understanding our past to engage in ministry today
Matthew Bingham has recently seen his new church history book published. He talks about the book and the relevance of church history to ministry today.
Searching for certainty in an uncertain world
Kristi Mair's first book, MORE > Truth, has just been published. She talks about how the book came to be written, and what she hopes it will achieve.
Theology for everyone
We're excited to announce that some of our key teaching modules are now available as standalone short courses. It’s part of our drive to make theological training available for everyone.
Engaging with Shepherd's Bush
Reuben Hunter, is the Pastor of Trinity West Church in Shepherd’s Bush. In this video he talks about his work and his preparation for ministry at Oak Hill.
Director of Operations & Finance appointed
We are delighted to announce the appointment of a Director of Operations & Finance for Oak Hill.
Jamie Smith speaks at Oak Hill
It was a real delight for Oak Hill to host Professor Jamie Smith recently, to speak on areas vital to evangelicals in the UK.
At the FIEC leaders' conference
Last week, some 900 people gathered in a breezy Torquay for the annual FIEC Leaders' Conference. Dan Strange reports.
Your Politics Is Religious, and Your Religion Political
We’re looking forward to welcoming James KA Smith to Oak Hill on Friday morning, 30 November 2018, to discuss his new book, Awaiting the King, on religion and politics.
Mark Pickles to be new Director of North West Partnership
Mark Pickles is to become the new Director of the North West Partnership
Sharing not only the gospel, but our lives
Our annual graduation ceremony celebrated the academic achievements of 55 Oak Hill students
Welcome week at Oak Hill
Kristi Mair reports on Welcome week and the opening of the academic year at Oak Hill
Tribute to David Wheaton
A personal tribute to David Wheaton, former Prinicpal of Oak Hill, from Mike Butterworth
Appointment of a new tutor and a research fellow
Dr Matthew Bingham and Kristi Mair have been appointed as a tutor and research fellow at Oak Hill
Graduation day at Oak Hill
A full lecture theatre witnessed last year’s student cohort receiving their hard-earned awards
Two new strategic roles at Oak Hill
Rev. Chris Stead and Rev. Dr Andrew Nicholls have been appointed to positions at Oak Hill
President appointed to Oak Hill College
Revd Jonathan Juckes has been appointed President of Oak Hill, from 1 January 2018
Oak Hill to exhibit at this year’s Christian Resources Exhibition
What do you think of when you hear the words ‘Oak Hill’? That’s the question we’ll be asking at the National Christian Resources Exhibition this year.
The gospel, Japan… and ultimate frisbee
Levi Booth, who recently visited Oak Hill, talks with David Baldwin about his passion for the gospel, Japan and ultimate frisbee.
School of Theology explores what it is to be human in the 21st century
Over 100 people gathered at Oak Hill for the annual School of Theology last Tuesday, where the focus was on the doctrine of humanity in the 21st century.
A summer of theological reading
What books have Oak Hill’s faculty found helpful or stimulating recently? Dip into our summer theological reading list.
Each scar edged with gold
An ancient Japanese practice beautifully illustrates God’s redemptive work in Joseph’s life and ours, says Eric Ortlund.
Planting healthy gospel churches
David Shaw talks with Neil Powell, a pastor and church planter from 2020 Birmingham, about ministry and church growth in an urban context.
Summer edition of Commentary
The summer edition of Commentary, our twice-yearly magazine exploring cultural, ethical and theological issues in the light of biblical teaching, is now out.
David Powlison (1949-2019)
We’ve learned over recent days that David Powlison, Executive Director of the Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation, has died and entered glory.
10 things I’ve appreciated about studying at Oak Hill
Nathan Richards, who confesses to 'going mad learning Greek verb paradigms' during his time at Oak Hill, writes about the positive things he's learned while studying theology.
The complementarian jigsaw
Graham Beynon talks about the biblical elements which should shape our view of gender, our understanding of ministry, and our thinking about church.
Plugged in, engaging culture
Dan Strange introduces his new book, 'Plugged In: Connecting your faith with what you watch, read and play', which has just been published.
Sri Lanka and Notre-Dame
Ray Porter reflects on the fire of Notre-Dame and the murder of people in Sri Lankan churches on Easter Sunday, and asks where our prayer and support will go.
Christ, contextualization, and cherry blossoms
Eric Ortlund, who recently taught a week-long class at a Bible seminary in Nagoya, Japan, writes about teaching in a culture which has seen such a slow spread of the gospel.
Passion for evangelism
Kristi Mair reports from the UCCF 'Passion for Evangelism' conference, equipping women in their love, understanding and communication of the gospel
Training for cross-cultural missions overseas
Chris and Ros Howles are on staff at the United Martyr’s Seminary, Namugongo, Uganda. They talk about how training at Oak Hill prepared them for life and ministry overseas.
Discovering Oak Hill at an Open Morning
Last Saturday saw our second Open Morning of the year, when 35 people came to Oak Hill to consider training for ministry here.
Bookings open for summer events at Oak Hill
Bookings have opened for two major events at Oak Hill this July: our annual School of Theology, and our popular Language Refreshers for Ministry.
Understanding our past to engage in ministry today
Matthew Bingham has recently seen his new church history book published. He talks about the book and the relevance of church history to ministry today.
Searching for certainty in an uncertain world
Kristi Mair's first book, MORE > Truth, has just been published. She talks about how the book came to be written, and what she hopes it will achieve.
Theology for everyone
We're excited to announce that some of our key teaching modules are now available as standalone short courses. It’s part of our drive to make theological training available for everyone.
Engaging with Shepherd's Bush
Reuben Hunter, is the Pastor of Trinity West Church in Shepherd’s Bush. In this video he talks about his work and his preparation for ministry at Oak Hill.
Director of Operations & Finance appointed
We are delighted to announce the appointment of a Director of Operations & Finance for Oak Hill.
Jamie Smith speaks at Oak Hill
It was a real delight for Oak Hill to host Professor Jamie Smith recently, to speak on areas vital to evangelicals in the UK.
At the FIEC leaders' conference
Last week, some 900 people gathered in a breezy Torquay for the annual FIEC Leaders' Conference. Dan Strange reports.
Your Politics Is Religious, and Your Religion Political
We’re looking forward to welcoming James KA Smith to Oak Hill on Friday morning, 30 November 2018, to discuss his new book, Awaiting the King, on religion and politics.
Mark Pickles to be new Director of North West Partnership
Mark Pickles is to become the new Director of the North West Partnership
Sharing not only the gospel, but our lives
Our annual graduation ceremony celebrated the academic achievements of 55 Oak Hill students
Welcome week at Oak Hill
Kristi Mair reports on Welcome week and the opening of the academic year at Oak Hill
Tribute to David Wheaton
A personal tribute to David Wheaton, former Prinicpal of Oak Hill, from Mike Butterworth
Appointment of a new tutor and a research fellow
Dr Matthew Bingham and Kristi Mair have been appointed as a tutor and research fellow at Oak Hill
Graduation day at Oak Hill
A full lecture theatre witnessed last year’s student cohort receiving their hard-earned awards
Two new strategic roles at Oak Hill
Rev. Chris Stead and Rev. Dr Andrew Nicholls have been appointed to positions at Oak Hill
President appointed to Oak Hill College
Revd Jonathan Juckes has been appointed President of Oak Hill, from 1 January 2018