Since its establishment in 1881, each successive chapter of Ridley's life has been marked by an intense commitment to its founding vision: that the Good News of Jesus be proclaimed to the ends of the earth so that individual lives, communities, and cultures may be transformed by God's redeeming grace.
To carry forward its mission for the benefit of the whole world, Ridley requires additional facilities fit for the 21st Century. With around 140 men and women now studying, praying, and living together at Ridley at any one time, our facilities are stretched well beyond their intended limits.
Faith for the Future
Faith for the Future is an ambitious £10 million campaign. Our founders' vision is alive and well, and it is a gift that we want to pass on to tomorrow's Church. We invite you to be our partners as we shape this next chapter of Ridley's mission.
We have building plans that will complete the fourth side of the college's quadrangular court, using an area of undeveloped land on the site, formerly the Principal's Garden. These plans form a key component of an integrated development of the Cambridge Theological Federation.
To read more about our building project, view Faith for the Future: The Ridley Vision below:
The John Stott Auditorium
Tens of thousands have reason to be grateful for the life and witness of Ridley alumnus John Stott (1921-2011). Through his leadership, pastoring, speaking, writing, and in his prayers, he has influenced and helped shape our faith.
A few weeks before John Stott's death in 2011, Ridley Hall received planning permission for its new building. The central auditorium, a setting for learning, worship, and growing in faith, is to be named in his memory.
For more information download the leaflet below:
To support the new building fund - or specifically the John Stott Auditorium - go to: Supporting Ridley