Hermeneutics of the Feminine

Location: Sheraton Hall

Hermeneutics of the Feminine: Recovering the Value of Women's Religious Writings in the Long Reformation

This lecture, given by Carme Font, a specialist in 17th-century literature, examines the methodology of textual recovery and interpretation of women’s religious writings in the Long Reformation. Taking 17th-century women’s prophecy in Britain as a case study within the dominant linguistic culture of the Reformation, we will look into the practice of recovering, interpreting and retrieving the value of women’s intellectual contributions in their contemporary... Read More


Poetry for the Journey with Malcolm Guite

Location: Leonard Hall

An event brought to you by Wycliffe College in partnership with IMAGO. Malcolm will read some selected poetry and discuss the role of imagination in the journey of faith. There will also be special music with Celtic harp musician Esther-Ruth Teel.

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Theology Pub Night

Location: Leonard Hall

There is a fasination in today's world with the unseen world. What are Christians to think about witches, warlocks, ghosts, demons, psychokinesis (or telekinesis), and other occult, spiritual, and other-worldly phenomena? Our guest, David Reed, acted as a theological expert for forty different paranormal cases presented on Ghostly Encounters, which ran for 2005 to 2011. David in... Read More


Wycliffe Centre for Scripture and Theology - Colloquium

Location: Wycliffe College, 5 Hoskin Ave, Toronto

Spring 2019 Colloquium:  

"The Identity of Israel: Jews, Christians, and the Bible"

Thursday May 9th

(Morning refreshments and Thursday lunch provided.) 


  • Adam Gregerman: Title of Talk not yet available -- St. Joseph's University
  • Christopher Seitz:  ... Read More
Preaching Day 2019

Preaching Day 2019

Location: Wycliffe College, 5 Hoskin Ave, Toronto

Contact Person: Peter Robinson -

Preaching John – the gospel of the beloved disciple

Preaching, what is it’s place and significance in the lives of this generation living in a global and technological culture? Seeking to continue it’s role of serving and equipping today’s church leaders,... Read More


2019 Tri-History Conference

Location: Hoskin Avenue, Toronto, Wycliffe College and Trinity College

Wycliffe College is a key partner in organizing the 2019 Tri-History Conference, the theme of which is: Trauma and Survival in the Contemporary Church: Historical, Archival, and Missional Responses

Papers and presentations will focus on the Anglican/Episcopal tradition responding to historical experiences of traumas from the Reformation to the present. Wycliffe professors... Read More