Porterbrook Seminary is now run by the Acts 29 Oak Hill Academy
After a decade of successfully training church pastors and planters, Porterbrook Seminary is now the first seminary-level course offered by the new Acts 29 Oak Hill Academy. The Academy allows you to study in-depth in the context of your ministry over 3 years, bring solid theology into conversation with mission, and get input from world-class theologians and pastor-practitioners that will shape your ministry.
Starting in September 2015 and growing in September 2016, the Acts 29 Oak Hill Academy aims to provide excellent in-context theological training and resources across the UK, Europe and 10:40 window. The existing work of Porterbrook Seminary, training men and women for gospel work and church planting, continues but with a larger vision and capacity to train teams, planters and pastors from diverse cultures and contexts through the partnership with Acts 29 and Oak Hill.
The Academy provides affordable, non-residential training for church planting, leadership, and gospel work, with a strong missional dimension, enabling students to study in the context of their ministries.
Who Is It For?
The Academy trains people in the context of ministry. It is ideal for
- Church leaders and elders
- Church planter students or teams
- Gospel workers
- 3 years (or study a year at a time)
- 10-15 hours study a week
- 5 seminar days
- 3 residentials a year at a local Academy hub