Wycliffe College, an evangelical Anglican community of learning within the University of Toronto, serves the educational mission of the Church by challenging and encouraging those who seek a fuller understanding of Jesus Christ and his transforming power. Wycliffe assists in the theological formation of Christian men and women, trains those who are called to specific lay and ordained ministries, and fosters excellence in theological scholarship.
Since its founding in 1877, Wycliffe has been an Anglican school, an evangelical school and a school nestled in the midst of a great university. This puts us at the very intersection of the Church, the academy and the wider society. One can see the effect of our evangelical heritage in our commitment to evangelism, to growth in holiness and to a curriculum centred on the Word of God and the Nicene faith of the church. We are ourselves an ecumenical school, welcoming students from many denominations, even as we are situated in the wider ecumenical setting of the Toronto School of Theology. These factors together provide an educational context that is moored solidly in the faith, guided firmly by the tradition of the Church and opened fully to the challenge of the intellect. We are in fact the only theological college in North America where you can find the confluence of these three characteristics.
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