Wycliffe Hall

Wycliffe Hall was established in 1877 as an evangelical Anglican theological training college. Today it is a Permanent Private Hall of the University of Oxford.

Wycliffe Hall has a proud history of equipping and sending people out across the globe. It is an evangelical college with a vision for training godly leaders in ministry, people with a solid grounding in the Bible, and people passionate about mission.

As a Permanent Private Hall of the University, Wycliffe Hall is committed to the pursuit of academic rigour and integrity in evangelical biblical scholarship. As a Christian seminary, it provides an environment in which students can grow into the likeness of Christ intellectually, spiritually and emotionally as members of a Christian community who serve, study, worship and pray together.

The student body is comprised of postgraduates at the University, ordinands training for ministry, and some students studying other affiliated courses. It is a vibrant, inspring and supportive community of future Christian leaders honing their skills in order to see transformation of church and society.

Wycliffe Hall is just a ten minute walk from both the centre of Oxford and the OCCA building. It is situated next to the beautiful University Parks and the river Cherwell is just a short walk from the Hall’s grounds. The college boasts an impressive theology library and is an ideal environment in which to study and be intellectually stimulated.