News from and for alumni
IVP has launched the publication of A Voice to be Heard: Christian Entrepreneurs Living Out Their Faith at St Peter's Vere Street in London, the home of the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
We were very saddened to hear of the death of Bishop John Wraw at the age of 58.
Kim Sawers is Joseph C. Hope Professor of Leadership and Ethics at Seattle Pacific University. She spent her sabbatical time at Ridley, along with her husband. On her return home, she reflected on her time within the Ridley community and shares her reflections with us here.
Ridley Hall is saddened to hear of the death of a very distinguished former Principal, the Rt Revd Keith Sutton.
We are pleased to announce that the C. F. D. Moule Memorial Lecturer in 2017 will be Dr Paula Gooder.
We were delighted to hear that Eileen Harrop, who gradulated from Ridley in 2012, has been appointed 'Entrepreneur Priest' in the Diocese of Durham. She was licensed and inducted on Friday 10 June 2016 as Priest in Charge of the two parishes of Gainford and Winston, and Associate Minister ('Entrepreneur Priest') in Bishop Auckland, Diocese of Durham.
We were sad to hear of the passing of the Revd David Kaines Maybury (1932-2016), who died peacefully and deeply trusting in the Lord whom he has served so faithfully, in the Borders General Hospital, Scotland, on May 29. A service was held in St Cuthbert's, Hawick on June 13. Revd Maybury trained at Ridley from 1955 to 1957.
Rev Kit Gunasekera (Ridley 2004-2006) was shadowed for a year by photographer Jim Grover as he ministered to his diverse South London congregation.
The Revd Peter John Cook, who graduated from Ridley in 1995, has written with news of his recent move withiin the Far East: