We present a hybridization technique for summation-by-parts finite difference methods with weak enforcement of interface and boundary conditions for second order, linear elliptic partial differential equations. The method is based on techniques from the hybridized discontinuous Galerkin literature where local and global problems are defined for the volume and trace grid points, respectively. By using a Schur complement technique the volume points can be eliminated, which drastically reduces the system size. We derive both the local and global problems, and show that the linear systems that must be solved are symmetric positive definite. The theoretical stability results are confirmed with numerical experiments as is the accuracy of the method.