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Doctor of Ministry (DMin)

Call for Applications: the Doctor of Ministry program

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

Anglican Church of Canada Resolution Corporation return bolsters Inuit ministry in Montreal

Wycliffe alumnus The Rev. Annie Ittoshat continues to serve as Aboriginal community minister for the Diocese of Montreal. Annie graduated Wycliffe College with an Master of Divinity degree.

Date Published: Thursday, September 8, 2016

A Time To Keep - Ephraim Radner

Book Release: A Time to Keep by Professor Ephraim Radner

A Time to Keep

Theology, Mortality, and the Shape of a Human Life

About the Book

Date Published: Wednesday, September 7, 2016

The Visible Shape of Christ's Life in Us - Wycliffe Faculty Sermons Fall 2018

"The Visible Shape of Christ's Life in Us" - Sermon Series by Wycliffe Faculty in Fall 2018

Wycliffe Faculty Sermons  - Fall 2018

Wycliffe Wellness Project title screen

A tool for flourishing in ministry

The Wycliffe Wellness Project aims to assist those—of all denominations—who engage in Christian ministry to gain a deeper understanding of their job-related stresses, and of the things they need to flourish—both personally and in ministry. A long-term study and assessment tool, the Project is about better understanding the ups and downs of ministry life. Initiated by Wycliffe Professor of Pastoral Psychology, Wanda Malcolm, the Project launched in June 2014. 

“Behold, I Am Coming Soon” - A Sermon Series on the Apocalypse

“Behold, I Am Coming Soon” - A Sermon Series on the Apocalypse

The Revelation to John, also known as the Apocalypse, is one of the most misunderstood works in the entire canon of Scripture. In recent times it’s often been viewed as a breeding ground for fundamentalism, end-time fanaticism, and sectarian retreat from or hatred of the world. This suspicion of Revelation would have surprised our Christian ancestors.