London Fellows Programme


The application period for the upcoming 2015-16 Fellows Program is now open. Please send your applications and recommendations to the information listed below by April 15th, 2015.

Send Applications & Recommendations to:
C.S. Lewis Institute - London
Stampwell Farm, Oxford Road, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 2XD
Attn: London Fellows Programme
Email: london@cslewisinstitute.org
Phone: 0300 303 8800 / Fax: N/A

Fellows Program Application
Fellows Program Recommendation

The Fellows Programme is an intensive discipleship/mentoring programme that focuses on spiritual and theological growth.   It is devoted to developing disciples who can articulate, defend, and live faith in Christ in public and personal life. The London Fellows Programme is focused on “Millennial’s” - professionals in their 20’s and 30’s.  The Fellows Programme is designed to work in partnership with local churches to help believers glorify God by becoming mature disciples of Jesus Christ who impact the spheres of influence to which God has called them.

Fellows meet once per month for lectures, then one meeting in small groups and one-on-one with a mentor.   Each monthly theme also includes readings from classic works and more recent audio/video messages to deepen each Fellow’s understanding.  The programme is designed for busy professionals so they can continue their work while participating as a Fellow.  However, the programme demands are intense, so applicants need to be highly motivated in their desire to grow spiritually.

Michael Ramsden, Director of the Oxford Center for Christian Apologetics, calls the program “the most effective discipleship program I’ve seen anywhere in the world.”  Rev’d Will Van Der Hart, a London Vicar and Director of Mindandsoul.info, says "The London Fellows Programme is an utterly brilliant and dynamic programme of deeper spiritual study. It is the perfect testing ground for anyone who is testing a calling to ministry or considering studying theology, equally it is a stimulating setting for anyone who just wants to go deeper in their faith.”

To read more about the structure and thematic elements of the London Fellows Programme, download the full brochure detailing the 2014/2015 programme.  To apply, just download an application form and two recommendation forms (links are above).

 

Frog Orr-Ewing is the Director of the London Fellows Programme and Rector of Latimer Minster. Frog oversees the Minster’s weekly congregations and has overall responsibility for the Minster projects. In 2003 he became the youngest incumbent in the country as vicar of All Saints church in Peckham after a curacy at St Aldates Church in Oxford. Despite Peckham’s many challenges, over seven years the congregation witnessed marked growth and breakthroughs in community engagement and mission. As well as his role at the Minster Frog is Chaplain and Missioner to the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics.

Naomi McKee co-ordinates the London Fellows Programme.  She read Biblical Studies at the University of Sheffield and then went on to do a PGCE and teach Religious Studies in Secondary schools.  She is married to Sam and now works from home with her twin girls, Charis and Joey.  She was a fellow on the 1st Fellows Programme in London.

 

 

 

London Fellows Programme
Stampwell Farm,
Oxford Road
Beaconsfield,
Buckinghamshire
HP9 2XD

london@cslewisinstitute.org
Tel: 0300 303 8800

 

 

 

 
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