Wycliffe Hall, Oxford

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Wycliffe Hall

Wycliffe Hall is a Church of England theological college and a Permanent Private Hall of the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. It is located on the Banbury Road in central North Oxford, between Norham Gardens and Norham Road.

Wycliffe Hall provides theological training for candidates for ordained ministry in the Church of England as well as other Anglican and non-Anglican churches. Students come from around the world. The college also prepares people for lay ministry. There are also a number of independent and undergraduate students reading theology. The college offers both full-time and part-time study.



Wycliffe Hall was established in 1877 by a group of leading evangelical churchmen as a centre for training Christian leaders and is named after the "Morning Star of the Reformation" John Wycliffe. It became a Permanent Private Hall of the university in 1996. It is a centre for Evangelical Anglican study in the University of Oxford.

As part of becoming a Permanent Private Hall, Wycliffe Hall now also offers courses in academic theology and has a limited number of both undergraduates and postgraduates. It was established alongside Ridley Hall, Cambridge as a pair of theological colleges with an expressly Evangelical ethos.[1]

Wycliffe has a football XI and a cricket XI, but for other sports students represent Queen's College, Oxford.

Academics and teachers

  • The Revd Dr Richard Turnbull (Principal)
  • The Revd Dr Simon Vibert (Vice Principal)
  • The Revd Dr Benno van den Toren
  • The Revd Will Donaldson
  • The Revd Dr Justin Hardin
  • The Revd Dr Peter Walker
  • The Revd Jenni Williams
  • The Revd Dr Elizabeth Hoare
  • The Revd Dr Andrew Atherstone
  • The Revd Dr James Robson


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