Wycliffe College seeks to create and strengthen bridges between the college and the church community, coordinating events and ministries that encourage Christians in their daily lives, ministries, and ongoing spiritual development.
Location: Wycliffe College, 5 Hoskin Ave, Toronto
The Canadian Institute for Empirical Church Research at Wycliffe College is pleased to invite Canadian-based church leaders, church researchers, and members of the general public to join us for the second day of our first Canadian Church Research Symposium on Friday, December 15th.
Our keynote speaker Professor Scott Thuma (Hartford Institute for Religion Research) and three panels of notable Canadian researchers and denominational leaders will be sharing how their own journey has been impacted by the intersection of data and the nature of Canadian church life. These... Read More
Preaching Day 2024 with Dr. Bryan Chapell - Christ-Centered Interpretation and Application of Scripture
Location: Wycliffe College, 5 Hoskin Ave, Toronto (in-person and livestream)
Preaching is an incredible privilege and a daunting responsibility. Cultivating the art and craft of preaching is a lifelong endeavor that takes time, effort, and patience for the long haul. At Wycliffe’s Preaching Day we have made it our primary commitment to continue to learn how to engage more deeply with the biblical text to help preachers and listeners respond to God’s call on our lives.
We look forward to welcoming Dr Bryan Chapell as our keynote speaker for Preaching Day 2024 on Saturday February 24th. Dr Chapell is the Pastor Emeritus of Grace Presbyterian Church in... Read More
Wycliffe is excited to announce its second annual Jacob Jocz Lecture on March 14 at 7 p.m. This annual event is part of a new Jewish Christian and Messianic Studies academic initiative. It is built on the legacy of one of Wycliffe’s most celebrated faculty members, Rev Dr Jacob Jocz (1906-1983). This endowed annual lectureship engages facets of Jewish Christianity and Messianic Judaism. We will be hosting a prominent academic exploring various themes of this intersection. Please look for more details early in 2024 and mark your calendar.