News & Events
All are invited to an event on Tuesday 21st May to launch The Word's Out, co-written by Ridley's tutor in Pioneer Ministry Training, David Male, and tutor in Mission and Homiletics, Paul Weston.
Break out is a gathering of pioneers and those involved in pioneer ministry with the aim of us all learning from one another and finding support from those who share the same call.
Full information on this year's Moule Day for Alumni, which will take place on Wednesday June 12th, featuring guest speaker Ruth Padilla DeBorst, is now available for download.
The Dilemmas in Business conference which took place at Ridley Hall over the week-end April 12-14 conference was a great success.
The current Archdeacon of Dorking, who trained for ministry in the 1970s at Ridley, is to be the new Bishop of Blackburn following the resignation of the Right Revd Nick Reade in October last year.
With last year seeing the highest numbers of young people (under 30s) being accepted for training for the Church of England ministry across the country for 20 years, Ridley has been privileged for the second year in a row to be part of the Young Vocations conference held at Bishop Woodford House in Ely.
Booking has opened for the Simeon Centre's next day event, which will be held on June 26th at the Methodist Church in Ely from 10am to 4pm.
The college's small collection of oil paintings - portraits of Principals past - have recently been included on the BBC's online gallery "Your Paintings", which documents over 200,000 paintings nationwide.
A launch event in Cambridge will mark the publication of a new book co-edited by Ridley's Tutor in Mission and Homiletics, Dr Paul Weston.
Ridley tutors in Mission & Homiletics and Pioneer Mission Training respectively - Paul Weston and David Male - have co-written a new resource on evangelism. The book has been welcomed by CPAS Leadership Principal James Lawrence as "a thoughtful, engaging, and provocative exploration of why and how we might play our part in God's work of evangelism".