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Partners

Collaborating for the gospel

 
 
 

A diverse, global family of church-planting churches characterised by theological clarity, cultural engagement and missional innovation.

 
 
 

About Acts 29

As a family of church-planting churches we are about one thing: church planting. We exist to encourage, resource, facilitate, support and equip churches to plant churches that will plant church-planting churches.

How you can get involved

What gives Acts 29 its distinctive texture is our robust commitment to theological clarity, cultural engagement and missional innovation. If you are an existing church or an individual that shares this vision for church planting, and think we might be able to help you, we would love to connect and see how we can partner together for the fame of the Saviour.

Why do we plant churches?

Why are we so single-minded? Because we believe that the church is God’s primary mission strategy, and so the means by which Jesus is made more famous as communities of light are scattered throughout the world to dispel the darkness.

 
 

 
 
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A well-established UK provider of full-time and part-time residential accredited evangelical theological training for Anglican and Independent churches, mission, and youth and children’s work.

 
 
 

About Oak Hill College

Oak Hill aims to provide the best possible training for gospel ministry. We want you to increase your knowledge of God and his Word, and develop your ability to share that knowledge with people around you. At the same time, we want you to mature as a Christian and show Christ to others in all that you say and do.

How you can get involved

If you are considering full- or part-time residential education or want to hear more about the vision for theological education, Crosslands wholeheartedly recommends that you connect with Oak Hill College to see how they can increase your knowledge of God and his Word.

What programmes are available?

Oak Hill offers the following programmes in various full-time and part-time configurations:
Certificate of Higher Education (CertHE) Theology
Foundation Degree of Arts (FdA) Theology;
Bachelor of Arts (BA Hons) Theology;
Master in Theology (MTheol) Theological and Pastoral Studies;
Master of Arts (MA) Theological and Pastoral Studies; or
Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) Theological and Pastoral Studies.