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Covid Accommodations, Winter 2022

Classes for the Winter 2022 term began on January 10, 2022. 

Date Published: Wednesday, January 12, 2022

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The December edition of The Word @ Wycliffe is here

If you didn't receive this edition in your inbox, you will want to read it here. The December edition of The Word @ Wycliffe contains big news about a big grant coming Wycliffe's way.

Date Published: Wednesday, January 5, 2022

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The November edition of The Word @ Wycliffe is here

The November edition of Wycliffe's monthly e-newsletter contained information about a new Certificate for leadership in faith-based community development, insights from author and missiologist Ed Stetzer on the future of theological education in a post-pandemic world, and more. Get all the most up-to-date news here. 

Date Published: Wednesday, December 1, 2021

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.

Songs of Scripture - Faculty Preaching Series - Fall 2016

Songs of Scripture - Faculty Sermons - Fall 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.