2023 Summer School
18-23 June 2023
Fostering a New Renaissance
The church has been losing the battle of ideas in the West for the past couple of generations. It no longer captures the hearts, minds, and imaginations of our society. It speaks mainly to itself rather than to the world, and what it does say seldom has that depth for which people are crying out.
That is why Wycliffe has set itself the task of fostering a new Renaissance of Christian scholarship and culture. We want to model an outward-facing engagement with the thinking and art of our time. We want to help the Church to speak in such a way as to demonstrate the sanity and humanity of Christ's way of being human, and thus to encourage a more compassionate, cohesive, and creative society.
We invite you to join us in the thought-provoking city of Oxford, and explore with us how we can be part of such a Renaissance.
Wycliffe Summer School provides an opportunity to learn in the context of the University of Oxford
Teachers will included NT Wright and other renowned theologians
Daily worship and biblical expositions will take place in Wycliffe's chapel and led by Wycliffe Hall faculty
A special gala dinner will be held for delegates within one of Oxford college's finest dining halls
Daily afternoon excursions to historic sites in and around Oxford
Exclusive access to Wycliffe Hall's site and faculty
Excursions may include...
Coordinator, US Friends of Wycliffe Hall
For any additional requirements please contact our Summer School organisers:
Matthew Armstrong, Development Director
T: +44 (0) 1865 274200
Stephanie Cocke, U.S. Coordinator
/ Find us
52 -54 Banbury Road
Tel: 01865 274200
Parking is restricted at Wycliffe Hall but there are roads around the college you can park on for a limited period of time. Alternatively, you can use the car parks in the centre of the city or Oxford's Park & Ride service - see link below.
Wycliffe Hall is in a position just north of the city centre that is well served by buses with two bus stops directly outside the college. For more information on bus services refer to the links “Local Buses” below.
The main Oxford coach terminus is in the centre of the city at Gloucester Green and it is a 15-20 minute walk to the college. For more information on coach services refer to the various links below.
Oxford train station is just to the west of the city centre about 20-25 minutes walk to Wycliffe Hall. There are taxi ranks in the station that depending on traffic will cost about £5 for a fare to the college. For more information on train services refer to the link “Trains” below.