News & Media

Where does a book begin?

On the Wycliffe blog this week, Dr. Catherine Sider-Hamilton shares some of the journey of learning and thinking that gave rise to her new book, The Death of Jesus in Matthew: Innocent Blood and the End of Exile. 

Date Published: Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Wycliffe College

University of Toronto is ranked #1 for Theology, Divinity and Religious Studies in Canada

Prospective students, current students and alumni of Wycliffe College and Toronto School of Theology, we would like to share some good news with you.

Date Published: Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Philip Stonhouse

Story of a calling

We often hear the word "calling" used to refer to the strong sense of being directed by God to pursue a certain vocation, especially ministry. But how does that call occur? Talk to enough people who have experienced it, and you will realise that it is unique to the individual. In this blog post, Wycliffe graduate Philip Stonhouse relates the story of how his own calling led him out of a full-time acting career, into theological education, and on to ministry.

Date Published: Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Reformation Preaching Series - Wycliffe College

The Word is Near You: Seeds of Reformation

A 12-week preaching series every Thursday on passages from Scripture that were key to the position of the Reformers. It will be edited by Peter Robinson and published in the series Wycliffe Studies in Gospel, Church, and Culture (Wipf and Stock). 

Wycliffe College - A Place of Worship, Community and Transformation

Welcome to Wycliffe College!

Wycliffe College is one of Canada’s largest and oldest evangelical seminaries, attracting students from diverse denominations and backgrounds from around the globe. With roots in the Anglican tradition, we train future leaders—for the Church, the academy, and the wider world—to share the good news of Jesus Christ and to live lives in his service.

Wycliffe Faculty Sermons

Faculty Sermons on Exodus - Winter 2017

This Winter term the faculty preached on portions of the Book of Exodus. It is a form of liturgical preaching. Portions of the book were selected to reflect the two seasons of the church year we will be in this academic term, Epiphany and Lent. Thus, during the season of Epiphany faculty preached on portions of Exodus having to do with ways God was manifest to Israel. During Lent faculty preached on portions of the book which follow Israel in the wilderness.