Online events that help you live out your faith
Our standalone Equip teaching events aim to help you live out your faith, and after three successful events last academic year, we are pleased to announce our plan for two new upcoming events.
Theological education for people everywhere
Our Flexible Learning modules are focused on opening up theological education and educators to more Christians. This year, they will be online making them available to people anywhere.
A Growing Team
Through God's gracious provision, we have been able to make some exciting new appointments to our teaching staff so that we continue to build a community of theological depth and pastoral care at OHC.
Interested in training for youth work?
Meet Robin Barfield. He is joining the Oak Hill team and bringing a wonderful blend of experience and theological reflection to his new role teaching Children’s, Youth and Family ministry modules.
Why choose Oak Hill?
We asked some of our students why they chose to train at Oak Hill: what made them commit to come here, study here, prepare for ministry here and do ministry here.
An Evening with Jago Wynne
As part of Oak Hill’s seasonal lectures, we were thrilled to hear from Rev Jago Wynne, the Rector of Holy Trinity Clapham and author of '100% Christianity: How the Gospel Changes Everything'.
Healthy Faith in the Coronavirus Crisis
How can we navigate the new world that COVID-19 has brought about? A new book co-edited by teaching staff member Kristi Mair gathers brothers and sisters from around the church to give a briefing…
Wisdom for Life
What is ‘wisdom’? Where is it found? And how can it be acquired? While these questions are answered in a multitude of different ways, the book of Proverbs confronts them with remarkable clarity.
Why come to an Oak Hill Open Morning?
Are you planning to do some theological training? This coming September or further ahead? Are you
working out whether to even do theological training?
Understanding gender today
There’s no getting away from gender. Pride marches. Rainbow flags. Trans athletes and celebrities. Toxic masculinity and #MeToo.
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.
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.
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.
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.