Welcome to the website of Friends of Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. Over the years, we have greatly valued our many and varied links with our Friends in North America: some of you have studied with us in Oxford, even training here for Christian ministry; others have attended a short course or one of Summer Schools; others have simply become our Friends because you feel a sense of connection with Wycliffe, committed uniquely to evangelical theology within the life of the historic University of Oxford. Whatever your precise connection with us, we hope you will want to maintain those links over the coming years and that this Web site will become a key resource for you. Here you will find details of forthcoming events in Oxford, but especially in the USA. Each year, our faculty enjoys preaching and teaching at churches and groups throughout the U.S. Please join us whenever you can and encourage others to come and get a little taste of the “Oxford experience.” We value your friendship, your support and your partnership in the Gospel.
Rev. Dr. Simon Vibert, Acting Principal
Beginning of Term Update from Simon Vibert, Acting Principal
Wycliffe Hall is in good heart as we begin this academic year. As I write, dozens of new students are walking through the doors! The Hall Council has begun advertising for a new Principal of Wycliffe Hall. In the meantime, our latest update leaflet on our website available from the home page www.wycliffe.ox.ac.uk celebrates our fantastic Tutorial staff team with a good mix of academic expertise and ministerial experience.
Academic results this year have been very pleasing. Each of our BA cohort were awarded 1st Class degrees; several students received University prizes, and two of our Tutors won prestigious University teaching awards.
Our current student body is about 120, half of whom are Ordinands. We are particularly keen to recruit for our excellent Mixed Mode and Part Time Course, now in its second year. We are also confident that visiting the Hall will be the best way to give you confidence that Wycliffe Hall is a great place for men and women to train and have their calling strengthened, equipped and affirmed.