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Wycliffe Hall is an evangelical centre of theological education in the University of Oxford. Founded in 1877 by a group of evangelical churchmen, it is home to a vibrant international Christian community. The majority of students at Wycliffe Hall are preparing for ordained ministry in the Church of England, or for other kinds of Christian ministry, though Wycliffe also takes some students studying Theology.
Wycliffe Hall is situated at the junction of the Banbury Road and Parks Road, adjacent to the University Parks and five minutes walk from the Theology Faculty Centre.