Ridley in America
Launched in 2015, Ridley in America is an e-newsletter designed to keep our American friends in touch with what's happening in Cambridge, with articles specifically highlightling our the many links between the United States and Ridley Hall.
It would be hard to imagine Ridley Hall’s quad without the Chapel; it is an imposing building, situated next to the Dining Hall, its clock-tower and red brick walls clearly visible to all those who pass through the front archway.
This past term, we have had two American students studying alongside our ordinands. We asked one of them to answer a few questions about her experiences here.
As was announced in the previous Newsletter, this Summer saw both the second annual Lesslie Newbigin Summer Institute, and the launch of Ridley’s Newbigin Centre.
Ridley Hall is one of my favorite places on earth, and I enjoyed sabbaticals at Ridley in 2000, and 2012, writes the Rev. Stockton Williams, Rector of St Peter’s Episcopal Church, Kerville, Texas.
Tim Madeley is heading off this summer to Waco, Texas. He explains why...
Building on the success of last year’s inaugural Lesslie Newbigin Summer Institute, we are delighted to announce this summer’s Institute, to be held at Trinity Hall Cambridge (July 13-16).
Karen Bevan was appointed as Head of Development in December last year, and has very much thrived in her first six months here.
For the next Ridley in America, we invite you to submit information about initiatives that you are involved in, to inform the wider Ridley network.
Paul Weston, our tutor of mission studies and homiletics, has recently come back from a successful visit to America over the Easter.
St Peter’s Church of Kerrville are sending a group to Ridley on 19th June, as part of a long connection.