Petra Zantingh

Exhibition Opening - Trees of the Book

Location: 5 Hoskin Ave, Toronto

Join us for the opening of the Trees of the Book exhibition and meet the artist, Petra Zantingh. Light refreshments will be served.

Petra Zantingh is an artist and art educator and holds a B.F.A. and M.A. in art education from Concordia University in Montréal, QC. Her work is in private and corporate collections in Canada, USA, and Europe. She has taught design and art education at Redeemer University College. Her many collaborative projects include: GardenTreasures: series of small works for the common space at Indwell’s Caroline Apartments; Every Square Inch: a mural... Read More


SOLD OUT: 17th Annual Principal's Dinner

Location: 5 Hoskin Ave, Toronto


Einstein's God with Alister McGrath

Location: Knox Presbyterian Church

Though Einstein revolutionized physics, he failed in his quest to discover a "grand theory of everything," a problem he wrestled with until his death. While Einstein did not believe in a personal God, Alister McGrath writes, he was driven by a "cosmic religious feeling" that became his "strongest and noblest motive for scientific research." Join McGrath as he sketches the relligious views of one of the greatest scientific minds of the last century and shares insights from his forthcoming book, A Theory of Everything (That Matters): A Brief Guide of Einstein, Relativity, and His... Read More

The Story of Radio Mind - Founders Day 2019

The Founders' Day Memorial Lecture - The Story of Radio Mind: A Missionary's Journey on Indigenous Land

Location: Reading Room, Wycliffe College, 5 Hoskin Ave, Toronto

The Founders' Day Memorial lecture honours the vision and commitment of the original founders of Wycliffe College through an annual lecture whose subject matter relates in some way to the history of the College and its role in the Church. This year the lecture will feature Professor Pamela Klassen (Religious Studies, UofT), who will speak about her new book, The Story of Radio Mind : A Missionary's Journey on Indigenous Land (University of Chicago Press, 2018), which tells the story... Read More

Trip to Israel in 2020 with Wycliffe College

Pilgrimage to Israel 2020

Wycliffe College invites students, alumni, friends, & families to a trip to the Holy Land in 2020! The trip will be led by Wanda Malcolm, Professor of Pastoral Psychology, and New Testament scholar Steven Notley. It will be an unforgettable experience with historical insights and inspirational fellowship that will encourage your heart, strengthen your faith, and deepen your walk with our Lord.

This trip is sponsored by Wycliffe College but it is open to non-students as well!

Learn more:... Read More