Wycliffe's Program For the North Featured in the Anglican Journal
Wednesday June 25th, 2014
The latest edition of the Anglican Journal has an article featuring Wycliffe's program designed for the North. The article is titled, "Wycliffe Designs Courses for the North" and can be read on the online edition of the Anglican Journal.
From the online edition of the Anglican Journal:
"Toronto’s Wycliffe College, which has a long history of interaction with the people of the North, is launching a series of online theology courses designed specifically for use in northern aboriginal communities.
According to the project’s co-ordinator, the Rev. Julie Golding Page, the seminary had received requests from northern clergy for such a program. When Wycliffe asked whom it should serve—listed clergy, lay readers, other leaders, people interested in becoming lay readers or being ordained, or people who just wanted to learn more about the Bible and the church—the answer came back 'all of the above,' said Golding Page. 'So we have the difficult but very fruitful task of having to make the courses accessible to anyone.'"