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Come back - to the heart of Wycliffe community life

Before the pandemic, the heart of Wycliffe community life was the chapel. And it still is. 

In recognition of that reality, we've recently made some investments designed to improve the online experience of participating in chapel worship. 

Check out this little video created by our chapel team inviting you to come back to chapel this semester. And then join us, each Monday to Friday at 8:30 a.m. and Wednesdays at 4:45 p.m. at https://www.wycliffecollege.ca/livechapel.

 

Date Published: Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Portrait of Amber Tremblett

Being Senior Student During the Pandemic

During this time of the pandemic, our students have all adapted to remote learning. It's not always been an easy transition. Many are missing the experience of in-person community that Wycliffe is known for. The Fall/Winter edition of Wycliffe's alumni magazine, Insight, features a story by senior student Amber Tremblett on what the pandemic has meant to her in that role. Amber writes, 

Date Published: Thursday, January 14, 2021

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Pandemic update

Wycliffe classes - 21 this term - are back in session. And while our building remains closed due to the pandemic, faculty, staff, and students are all hard at work.

Also back at work, is Wycliffe's COVID Response Team, which is composed of seven people who represent the College's staff, faculty, and residents.

The Province of Ontario entered another state of emergency last week, and so we continue to offer all classes and programming online for the foreseeable future. 

Date Published: Thursday, January 14, 2021

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God And The Cosmos

Summary: Looking at the intersection between Science and Religion.

Barth Netterfield, PhD Astrophysics, Associate Professor University of Toronto

Amos Yong

Toward An Evangelical And Trinitarian Theology Of Religions

Amos Yong presents his thoughts regarding an evangelical and trinitarian theology of religions.

Dr. George Sumner speaks at Chapel on March 25th, 2015