Wycliffe College Alumni Association

Biographical Sketch
The Wycliffe College Alumni Association was formed in 1884. Its zeal was for evangelical work. It was this group that pledged support to missionary work. The Association was able to raise money to support the first Wycliffe graduate in the missionary field. It was from the work of the Alumni Association that graduates found themselves in Japan, China, India, and Palestine.

The Association had maintained its helpful outlook offering funds to those in need for keeping up their work. They have also offered support to graduates who have found themselves in new areas.

The Wycliffe College Alumni Association also sought out other Alumni Associations of colleges. And this lead to the formation of the Trinity-Emmanuel-Wycliffe Joint Alumni Conference.
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Series consists of correspondence, agendas, minutes of meetings, notices, circular letters, financial reports, and conference programmes.

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