News & Media

Bishop Stephen Andrews presented gifts to Prof. John Bowen and Prof. Terry Donaldson

Retirement of Prof. John Bowen and Prof. Terry Donaldson

Yesterday, Wycliffe College celebrated the careers and retirement of Dr. John Bowen, Professor Emeritus of Evangelism, and Dr. Terry Donaldson, Professor Emeritus of New Testament. Students, colleagues, families, and friends came together in Leonard Hall to express their gratitude and well-wishes toward these two remarkable scholars/teachers/mentors/evangelists. Their faith and accomplishments will continue to inspire us, and their presence will certainly be missed around the College!

Date Published: Thursday, January 30, 2020

The Wycliffe College community at the dedication of new prayer books

Celebration and thanksgiving

When someone gives you a gift - especially when it is something you love, something that has deep historical significance, and something that can help in cultivating your relationship with God by enhancing times of worship, it's a good reason to celebrate. And that's just what happened in the Wycliffe chapel on Wednesday, January 15, 2020, as our community came together for a service of celebration and thanksgiving when 60 brand new copies of the Book of Common Prayer - a gift from the Prayer Book Society of Canada - were dedicated.

Date Published: Thursday, January 16, 2020

Ephraim Radner in conversation at Theology Pub Night

Theology Pub Night

Leonard Hall was packed on Friday, November 29, for Theology Pub Night with Bruxy Cavey and Ephraim Radner. Curiosity and engaging dialogue filled the room as approximately about 120 attendees joined in the conversation with Bruxy Cavey, Teaching Pastor of The Meeting House, and Dr Radner, Professor of Historical Theology at Wycliffe College, on the nature of time and God's will. Popcorn and beer were available, making the atmosphere all the merrier! Here are some of our favourite moments from the evening captured by Toronto-based photographer Julie Anna Tang.

Date Published: Monday, December 2, 2019

Wycliffe College Chapel ceiling

Introduction to Worship at Wycliffe College during COVID-19

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.

The Bible

Ephraim Radner explains Theological Interpretation of Scripture

Ephraim Radner explains Theological Interpretation of Scripture. There are many ways of reading the Bible; at Wycliffe College, we prioritize reading the Bible devotionally as God's Word to God's people.

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Graphical art of the front view of the Wycliffe College building

Why Name a School After a Heretic?

A short animation about the inspiration behind Wycliffe College's name.

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. Learn more >>