Wycliffe Students and Graduate Honoured at Bishop's Company Gala Dinner
Wednesday May 12th, 2010
On Wednesday May 5th, 2010, at the Bishop’s Company 49th Annual Gala Dinner, Wycliffe College students and a recent graduate were presented with bursaries for their individual accomplishments.
The Venerable Stephen Nduati, who is currently a doctoral candidate at Wycliffe College, received the George & Eileen Carey Bursary which was established in 2002 on the occasion of their visit to Toronto to recognize their contribution to the life of the Anglican Church. This bursary is awarded to Anglicans pursuing post-graduate theological studies.
Simon Davis, who is currently a M.Div. student at Wycliffe College, received the Terence & Alice Jean Finlay Award which was presented for the first time in 2005 to honour the retirement of Archbishop Terence Finlay. The bursary is given to two students, one each from Trinity and Wycliffe Colleges, who are engaged in studies that celebrate and enhance our understanding of the diversity of our Church.
Matthew Adams, a 2008 M.Div. graduate of Wycliffe College received the W.R. Kay Memorial Fund bursary which is awarded in memory and recognition of the dedication of Bill Kay, a long-time member of St. John, York Mills and one of the founders of the Bishop’s Company. The bursary aids students who are engaged in theological education that will lead to ordination.
Congratulations to Stephen, Simon and Matthew for their wonderful accomplishments!