CYM Ridley Hall
Studying with CYM (Ridley Hall) will help you develop the self-understanding, depth of faith, and real-life ministerial skills, necessary for you to fulfil God’s call on your life.
Students come to CYM (Ridley Hall) from all denominations and church backgrounds and it is our privilege to facilitate discussion and debate in order to enable all to deepen their faith and understanding.
CYM (Ridley Hall) is part of the wider community of Ridley Hall and all that we offer draws on the experience and knowledge of Ridley Hall faculty and The Cambridge Theological Federation, as well as experienced practitioners and educators from within the field.
We hope that these pages will answer any questions you may have, but should you wish to find out more or wish to enquire about starting training with CYM (Ridley Hall) please do not hesitate to contact the Director (CYM), Robin Barden on 4065246c76696a412671656d7078733e7666383d3d4467657132656732796f26427666383d3d4467657132656732796f40336542 EXtpZXQ7OJsTFg6tWcWExhXjtadQr734 caesar firstname.lastname@example.org or 01223 741065.
The BA (Honours) degree in Theology, Ministry and Mission (CYM pathway) combines cutting edge vocational training in Children and Youth ministry, with the highest level of theological education, to provide some of the foremost training available for those called to specialist ministries and mission with young people and children; their families and communities.
Modules are taught over 6 block weeks at Ridley Hall providing unique access to students from across the UK.
View an outline of the course structure and content
For further details and to apply please go to undergraduate studies.
In partnership with The Cambridge Theological Federation we are pleased to offer postgraduate studies in Educational Chaplaincy. This focused two year part-time programme offers a mix of academic and practice-based learning to equip students for chaplaincy roles in a range of educational contexts.
For further details and to apply please contact Robin Barden.