News & Events

Reflections and Thanksgivings

Jane Keiller has served as a much loved Chaplain at Ridley for seventeen years.  She leaves us this month with our immense gratitude, and our warmest best wishes for the future. 

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In the Midst of Brokenness

In this Winter's issue of News from Ridley, we spotlighted Social Context Placements, which form a part of every Ridley student's training.

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Ridleian receives a PhD at age 83

We were delighted to hear that Canon Dick Williams, who recently turned 83, received his PhD on January 23rd from Liverpool Hope University.

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God on Monday?

Whatever Happened to God on Monday?  There are two answers to that question.  

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Entrepreneurship Project

Faith in Business has launched a research project on Christian Entrepreneurship.  

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Lent 2014 News from Ridley

Download the Lent 2014 issue of News from Ridley.

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Jeremy Begbie is Moule Lecturer

We are delighted to be welcoming back to Ridley the Revd Professor Jeremy Begbie as our Moule Memorial Lecturer for 2014.

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Who Touched Me? Healing Today

The Simeon Centre’s Lenten Quiet Day 2014 was on the theme of healing. Our speakers were Mike Thompson, Ridley Hall’s Vice-Principal and New Testament tutor, and Pam Thorn, who is a member of the Ely Diocesan Healing Advisory Group.

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Sabbatical book on Sudan published

The publication of a new book arising from a sabbatical taken at Ridley Hall has just been announced, hailed as ground-breaking.

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Lesslie Newbigin Summer Institute 2014

Ridley's Tutor in Mission Studies Paul Weston is partnered with Scot Sherman and Michael Goheen of the Newbigin House of Studies in San Francisco to organise an inaugural 'Newbigin Summer Institute' in July 2014 here in Cambridge.

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News & Events

Reflections and Thanksgivings

Jane Keiller has served as a much loved Chaplain at Ridley for seventeen years.  She leaves us this month with our immense gratitude, and our warmest best wishes for the future. 

Read more ...

In the Midst of Brokenness

In this Winter's issue of News from Ridley, we spotlighted Social Context Placements, which form a part of every Ridley student's training.

Read more ...

Ridleian receives a PhD at age 83

We were delighted to hear that Canon Dick Williams, who recently turned 83, received his PhD on January 23rd from Liverpool Hope University.

Read more ...

God on Monday?

Whatever Happened to God on Monday?  There are two answers to that question.  

Read more ...

Entrepreneurship Project

Faith in Business has launched a research project on Christian Entrepreneurship.  

Read more ...

Lent 2014 News from Ridley

Download the Lent 2014 issue of News from Ridley.

Read more ...

Jeremy Begbie is Moule Lecturer

We are delighted to be welcoming back to Ridley the Revd Professor Jeremy Begbie as our Moule Memorial Lecturer for 2014.

Read more ...

Who Touched Me? Healing Today

The Simeon Centre’s Lenten Quiet Day 2014 was on the theme of healing. Our speakers were Mike Thompson, Ridley Hall’s Vice-Principal and New Testament tutor, and Pam Thorn, who is a member of the Ely Diocesan Healing Advisory Group.

Read more ...

Sabbatical book on Sudan published

The publication of a new book arising from a sabbatical taken at Ridley Hall has just been announced, hailed as ground-breaking.

Read more ...

Lesslie Newbigin Summer Institute 2014

Ridley's Tutor in Mission Studies Paul Weston is partnered with Scot Sherman and Michael Goheen of the Newbigin House of Studies in San Francisco to organise an inaugural 'Newbigin Summer Institute' in July 2014 here in Cambridge.

Read more ...