Peter Williams

Tyndale House is a study center dedicated to generating Bible experts in the service of the Church.

Established in 1944, Tyndale House Cambridge (UK) is a Christian community dedicated to researching the primary evidence relevant to the study of the Bible. Set amidst the University of Cambridge, it holds one of the world’s finest libraries for biblical research with specialist material on the language, culture, history, and meaning of the Bible.

Support Us
Tyndale House has accommodations for visiting church leaders, scholars, and postgraduates in an ideal setting for their own study in addition to access to the 100+ libraries at Cambridge University.

Over fifty scholars, pastors, teachers, and missionaries from all over the world study here on a daily basis and then return to their home countries to continue their work in preaching and teaching, training other pastors and scholars, to teach seminary or Bible college students, or to translate the Bible into additional languages.

The impact of Tyndale House on the worldwide Church continues to expand with our current scholarship programs that are bringing in scholars from Cuba, China, and Eastern Europe. In addition, Tyndale House is developing the most powerful, freely available, digital Biblical research tools in the world with the Scripture Tools for Every Person (STEP) Program.

These resources will be available in all parts of the majority world through distribution via our ministry partners, especially in places without reliable power and internet services.

Visit the Tyndale House Website ›

Introductory Video
Alumni

F. F. Bruce, D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, John Stott, J.I. Packer, John Piper, D. A. Carson, Wayne Grudem, and Jill Briscoe have all spent time at Tyndale House. Though many famous people have studied at Tyndale House, our focus is always on mentoring, tutoring, and equipping the next generation of Biblical scholars.

Tyndale at
a Glance

0
Countries Served by Alumni
0
Mother-Tongue Bibles Online
0,000
Monthly Web Resources Users
0 Million
Reading Works Written Here

What Is American Friends of Tyndale House?

American Friends of Tyndale House was formed in 2001 as 501(c)(3) organization supporting the work of Tyndale House. We give Americans the opportunity to be involved in a strategic partnership with significant benefits to the life of the church in America and worldwide. All donations are tax-deductible. Learn more about Tyndale House projects.