More about Wycliffe
Wycliffe Hall is the evangelical, orthodox Anglican theological college within the University of Oxford. Wycliffe equips students for ministry through an excellent academic program, practical ministry experience and living as part of a vibrant Christian community.
At the heart of all Wycliffe does is belief in the Triune God of love. We believe in Jesus: incarnate, crucified, risen, ascended and glorified. We believe He died for our sins and for the sins of the whole world. We believe in the vital reality of the Holy Spirit working in the lives of Christians and in the Bible as the inspired and authoritative word of God, illumined by that same Spirit.
friends of Wycliffe hall coordinator
Stephanie serves as Coordinator for U.S. Friends of Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. She studied at Wycliffe from 1997-99, earning a Diploma with distinction in Biblical and Theological Studies. She also holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. She has worked as Lay Ministry Coordinator at Christ Episcopal Church in San Antonio and as Development Officer for Alpha Houston. She currently serves on the staff at The Church of St. John the Divine in Houston with her husband, The Rev. Reagan Cocke, who trained for ministry at Wycliffe.
Julie is a graduate of Wycliffe Hall. She worked in the U.S. Senate as a legislative assistant, as Youth Director of St. John the Divine Church in Houston, and more recently as Associate Director of the Religion and Public Life Program at Rice University.
She is a mother of three and community volunteer and currently lives in Farmville, Virginia, with her husband and three children.
Rev. Dr. Michael Lloyd is Principal of Wycliffe Hall. He is the author of a popular-level systematic theology entitled Café Theology and is one of the regular voices on Godpod, a theological podcast.
Dr. Lloyd holds degrees in English from Cambridge University, Theology from St John’s College, Durham and a DPhil in Theology from Oxford University, where his doctoral thesis was on the problem of evil. He loves his wife Abigail as well as walking, theatre, cricket, and Handel operas.
Justyn Terry is the Vice-Principal and Academic Dean at Wycliffe Hall. He previously served as Dean/President (Principal) of Trinity School for Ministry, Pittsburgh, USA, where he was also Professor of Systematic Theology.
His academic interests are in the areas of the doctrine of atonement and of Anglican theology, especially as it applies to ministerial practice.
Justyn is married to Cathy, and they have two daughters. For relaxation, he plays jazz trumpet and trombone.
After completing her undergraduate studies with highest honors, Lois has remained a lifelong student of culture and Scripture. She is retired from her work in a variety of fields: education; corporate management; law; and design.
Lois now devotes her time and energy to philanthropic endeavors and serves on the boards of five charitable foundations. Lois and her husband Phil live in Northern California. Their daughter is a Wycliffe alumna.
Bruce, a native Floridian from Orlando, is an entrepreneur and owner of a traffic engineering services business and an out-of-home media company. He is a founder
of Friends of Wycliffe Hall.
Bruce is also the founder of Vision Orlando whose purpose is to bring the church of Jesus Christ together both cross denominationally and cross culturally.
He is alumnus of the University of Florida where he is a member of UF’s Hall of Fame. Bruce is married to his beloved wife, Leigh. They have two grown daughters and one granddaughter.