Tyndale House for Scholars


Crucial time and space for Langham Scholars

The Langham Scholars’ programme identifies godly, academically-able men and women, and equips them for a lifetime of ministry through a PhD in biblical and theological studies.

Through long-standing contacts with Tyndale House in Cambridge, Langham Partnership now has a permanent ensuite study bedroom, for exclusive use by Langham Scholars. Tyndale House boasts a world-renowned library, and a superb academic community in which Scholars can complete their studies.

The cost of making this crucial space available to our Scholars is £5,000 a year. Could you partner with us to cover this cost?

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Donate £10 a month by direct debit, or give a one-off gift of £100 to receive a free copy of this Langham Literature book “The Seed and the Soil” by Pauline Hoggarth.

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