Through the Oxford Study Program, you’ll explore the world of men and women who altered the course of church history, such as the Reformers, the early Baptists, C.S. Lewis, and Charles Spurgeon. Moreover, you’ll meet brothers and sisters who are continuing that legacy by pursuing the Great Commission throughout Great Britain. Come experience the story of British church history and learn from missionaries serving in the British Isles.
"For me, seeing and feeling are poles apart from reading and knowing, so the Oxford study tour was a phenomenal experience. The prominent places from our books came to life. Being an Indian and knowing that Indian Christianity owes a lot to William Carey, I cannot delineate the joy to stand in his home and church in Moulton and Kettering"
"As a future pastor who loves church history, the Oxford Study Program encouraged me in a way that is hard to put into words. I saw the vivid past, present, and future of faithful ministry in Great Britain. On top of that, I learned at the feet of faithful men like Madison Grace, Stephen Presley, and Travis Dickinson. I was fortunate to experience all of this truly once-in-a-lifetime trip with my wife by my side. What a blessing is the Oxford Study Program!"
"This trip brings what we learn in the classroom to life in so many ways, I highly recommend this trip to anyone that is interested. Not only will the history come to life but so will friendships that you never saw coming."
The Oxford Study Program is designed for a wide variety of ages, from undergrads to retirees. However, the trip does involve a great deal of walking, so you’ll want to bring comfortable shoes and make sure you are ready to walk several miles a day. Space on the trip is limited, to sign up today!
Contact Dr. W. Madison Grace,
Associate Professor of Baptist Heritage
Director of the Oxford Study Program