News & Media
Applications to the Doctor of Ministry (DMin) program are now open for the spring 2020 cohort. The Doctor of Ministry (DMin) is a flexible program that develops a critical and comprehensive understanding of the theory and practice of ministry. The program will allow you to engage in critical reflection on your ministry in a collaborative way with other students in the program.
Prospective applicants may find the application form on the Toronto School of Theology website.
Date Published: Thursday, August 15, 2019
Course registration for Fall 2019 and Winter 2020 is now open. In addition to our regular biblical and theological course offerings, we are excited to announce the following new courses for the upcoming academic year.
Date Published: Thursday, August 1, 2019
When the Anglican Church of Canada held their General Synod 2019 in Vancouver from July 10 to 16, Wycliffe College Principal Stephen Andrews was there. In this blog post, he offers his reflections, and some implications for Wycliffe College.
Date Published: Friday, July 19, 2019
What can we learn about the value of lament for the believer today? Professor Lissa Wray Beal joined Dr. Wilna Grey and Dr. June Dickie for this on-the-mic panel discussion at the South African Theological Seminary Symposia counselling month.
Lissa Wray Beal
Are you looking for a tool to help you equip your church, your curious friends, or yourself, with basic knowledge of the story of the Bible, church history, and the practices of the Christian life?
The Christian Foundations small group resource offers an engaging introduction to the good news of the Gospel, the story of the Bible, church history, the creeds, and core practices of the faith. Learn more >>
TItled "All of the Scripture for All of the People All of the Time," this introductory video explains what worship means at Wycliffe College and provides practical details on how the Wycliffe community will engage in worship in the 2020-21 academic season.
For more Chapel Updates, visit the New Academic Year page.