The Radcliffe Camera of the Bodleian Library (credit: Rebecca Hankins)
Opportunities

The Oxford Study Tour

UPDATE: The Oxford Study Tour is back in 2022. Learn more about the trip (July 4th-20th) below. With the Oxford Study Tour, you can learn about the rich history of scholars and experience a one-of-a-kind trip abroad! History will come alive as you see key places and locations in church history.

The Oxford Study Tour

With the Oxford Study Tour, you can learn about the rich history of scholars and experience a one-of-a-kind trip abroad! History will come alive as you see key places and locations in church history.

Here’s just a taste of what previous attendees have experienced:

  • Sing ‘Amazing Grace’ in John Newton’s church.
  • Sit in the church in which Charles Spurgeon was converted.
  • See scenes from ‘Pilgrim’s Progress’ carved into John Bunyan’s grave marker.
  • Stroll the same streets C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien would walk and discuss faith.
  • Experience William Carey’s shoe shop.
  • Witness the site of martyrdoms.
  • Meet modern-day church planters and learn about evangelistic efforts in the area.
  • Get to know your professors as you travel and learn together.
Trip Details

Dates: July 4 – 20, 2022
Cost: $4500 (includes travel, accommodations, meals and tuition)
Courses Offered: TBD
Who Can Go? Students, alumni, and friends
Registration Deadline: March 14, 2022

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The Oxford Study Tour of 2019

The site where Protestant minister George Wishart was martyred.

At St. Andrews Cathedral

Artillery Street Evangelical Church, the site of Charles Spurgeon's conversion

Southside Baptist Church

From the Oxford Study Tour

From the Oxford Study Tour

From the Oxford Study Tour

From the Oxford Study Tour

The Radcliffe Camera of the Bodleian Library

View from the top of University Church of Saint Mary the Virgin

Testimonials

Rebecca Hankins

“I went on the Oxford Study Tour this year expecting to learn a lot, see historic places and meet fellow seminarians.  I didn’t know God would give me so much more.”

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Christa Bohannon

“I gained a new appreciation for the generations who lived and suffered in ways I may never have to. This both humbled me and made me thankful again for God’s providence and for this faithful cloud of witnesses and their legacy.”

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Anna Daub

“I saw church history come alive, I had the opportunity to get to know my professors outside the classroom, and I was encouraged to consider the mission field of Europe.”

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At a Glance

  • Dates: July 4 – 20, 2022
  • Cost: $4500 (includes travel, accommodations, meals and tuition)
  • Courses Offered: TBD
  • Who Can Go? Students, alumni, and friends
  • Registration Deadline: March 14, 2022

To request more information you can click the button below or email us at cfc@sebts.edu

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