invest in the next generation of christian leaders
Wycliffe Hall has a unique role within the city of Oxford, its University and the world. Many young and influential minds are formed here, and the University is a place where key debates of global importance are held. In the midst of such a dynamic marketplace of ideas, Wycliffe seeks to thrive as a center of Christian life and thought. In order to engage actively with the next generation of leaders, and be a Christian voice in these important debates, we need the generous support of donors.
We are passionately committed to training and equipping future generations of Christian leaders and theologians and have a proven track record of producing some fantastic alumni (Jill Duff, Nicky Gumbel, Rachel Treweek, Rico Tice, NT Wright, to name a few), but we need your prayer and financial support if we are to continue to train inspiring church leaders. When you invest in Wycliffe, you invest in the next generation of Christian leaders and theological minds.
We are determined to play our part to equip our outstanding students to be agents of the renewal of the Church of Jesus Christ. Thank you so much for enabling that to happen through your generosity and support. You are investing in the future of the Church, and I don’t think that there are many things more worthwhile to invest in.
- Rev. Dr. Michael Lloyd, Principal of Wycliffe Hall
ways to give
Friends of Wycliffe Hall is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, and your contributions are fully tax-deductible to the amount allowed by law. If you have any questions about supporting Wycliffe, please contact Stephanie Cocke in Houston, Texas by phone at (713) 598-1526 or email.
You may make checks payable to Friends of Wycliffe Hall, Oxford and mail to:
Friends of Wycliffe Hall, Oxford
707 Nicolet Ave., Suite 100
Winter Park, FL 32789
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You can give directly to Wycliffe on our secure server using Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express. After you submit the form, you will immediately receive an e-mail confirmation, followed by an official gift receipt for tax purposes.