Oxford Pilgrimage

Tuition and Fees


CEU Credit (3-cr)

$300 USD


Academic Credit
BA & Master's Level (3-cr), 

$600 USD



Academic Credit
Doctoral level (not DTM)

$900 USD

Program Fee - All Participants

7 days - Housing & Tours 

$  950 USD Single 



$1500 USD Double



Participants are responsible for their own travel arrangements and meals.

OXFORD PILGRIMAGE July 20-27, 2022


Michael J. Christensen, Ph.D., Professor of Theology and Center Director


Northwind Seminary
NS-CTSF-500 Oxford Pilgrimage and Resources  - 6-credits

(DTM STudents must enroll in the DTM Course on the NTS website)


Northwind Institute

NI-OP              Oxford Pilgrimage and Resources  - 3-credits (CEU, BA, BA, DSM)

Dates: July 20-27, 2022

Onsite in Oxford  (just before the Oxbridge Lewis Institute event sponsored by the CS Lewis Foundation (for those who want to attend both).
Faculty Mentor: Professor Michael Christensen, Ph.D. 

Tour Guide/Coordinator:

Anthony Amour, Mobilizer for Cadence International and student at Northwind.

Featured Lecturers:

Andrew Lazo, Michael Ward, Diana Glyer, Bethany Sollereder, Malcolm Guite, Owen Owen A. Barfield (other Inklings Scholars) 

Program Fee:

$950 ($1500 double occupancy) for seven nights of lodging in Oxford (including breakfast), tour guide, tour sites, entrance fees, &; logistical support.

Additional costs:

International travel to Oxford, local meals for 8 days.

Tuition is not included.

The Oxford Pilgrimage/Resource course includes:
 experiential learning, community building, and spiritual formation
 full immersion in Oxford culture and visits to historic sites
 opportunities to meet other students and scholars

 Mornings reserved for individual reading and research

 Afternoons for group tours in Oxford (including Magdalen College, Oxford Castle Carfax Tower, University Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Christ Church College and Great Hall, Bodleian Library readers card, The Kilns (historic home of C.S. Lewis), and Holy Trinity Church (parish church of Jack and Warnie)

 Evenings for featured lectures and group discussion

 Time for pub work and play.


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