This is an event organized by the Bata Shoe Museum. Bishop Isaac Stringer studied at Wycliffe. He is honoured in a stained glass window in Wycliffe's Founders' Chapel!
Date Published: Thursday, October 6, 2016
PREACHING ON THE SONGS OF SCRIPTURE BY THE WYCLIFFE FACULTY
THURSDAY MORNING PRAYER, FOUNDER’S CHAPEL
Date Published: Thursday, September 22, 2016
Applications for the Doctor of Ministry program are now open! The deadline for receipt of the application and supporting materials is November 25, 2016. The DMin is a 4 year program that helps students develop a critical and comprehensive understanding of the theory and practice of ministry and engage in critical reflection on their ministry in a collaboration with other students in the program. Those who have a Master of Divinity and at least 3 – 5 years of experience in parish ministry are encouraged to apply. Financial assistance is available through Wycliffe and you can inquire at
Date Published: Tuesday, September 13, 2016
On Thursday mornings at Wycliffe it is customary for the faculty to preach in a series that goes through the term. Sometimes we preach on a given book of Scripture, like Jeremiah; sometimes it is on some key aspect of the Christian life, like vocation. This term, we will be preaching on the biblical “canticles”, that is, on those parts of Scripture we know to be songs: the Song of Moses at the Red Sea in Exodus 15, the so-called “Magnificat” or Song of Mary from Luke, and so on.
Christopher J. H. Wright (PhD, Cambridge) is international ministries director of the Langham Partnership, providing literature, scholarships and preaching training for pastors in Majority World churches and seminaries. He has written several books including commentaries on Deuteronomy, Jeremiah, Lamentations, and Ezekiel, The Mission of God, Old Testament Ethics for the People of God and Knowing Jesus Through the Old Testament.
Sharon Y. Ramsay (MDiv, RP, RMFT) is a Clinical Fellow and an Approved Supervisor of the American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy. A graduate of Tyndale Seminary’s Master of Divinity program in Toronto, Sharon consults with couples, individuals and families about a wide variety of issues covering many stages of the family life cycle. Her grounding in systemic practice and relational therapies has been a key driver for the positions she has held in community family service and children’s mental settings.