Is God calling you to Ridley Hall?

Ridley Hall is a worshipping and learning community housed on a beautiful site in the historic city of Cambridge. We teach theology for ministry and encourage those who study with us to grow in Christlike character and confidence for mission.

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About Ridley Hall, Cambridge

Ridley Hall is an Anglican theological college established in 1881 in the heart of Cambridge, England. We offer full-time residential training for ordained ministry in the Church of England and training for a variety of Christian lay ministries in both church and non-church contexts.

The Ridley community also welcomes those who want to study theology part-time for personal growth or to engage in further study or research, and people from across the world who are taking time out from their daily lives for refreshment, writing or research in the form of a sabbatical, study leave or retreat.

Together we seek to grow in Christ-like character through worship and prayer, eating together and socialising, in an atmosphere of friendship, grace, honesty and humour.

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Latest News

  • Burn's Celebration Formal Hall
    Following the success of our inaugural Formal Hall in September 2019, we're delighted to invite past and present staff and students to our second Formal Hall - a special Burns Night meal on Friday 31st January 2020.
  • In conversation with the Principal: A confident future for Ridley
    Development Manager Andrew Chamberlain talks to Michael Volland about the distinctive strengths of Ridley Hall, and the vision for the future of the college.
  • Christmas in-between: Welcoming teenagers into the Christmas story
    Ridley's Tutor in Youth Ministry, Becca Dean, challenges us to ask how we can welcome teenagers into the Christmas story, and what we can learn in the process about the disruptive liminality of the Word made flesh.
  • Moule Day with Bishop Sarah Mullally - tickets on sale
    Our annual Moule Day gathering for alumni and supporters will be held on Weds 3rd June 2020 and we are delighted to announce that the Bishop of London, the Rt Revd and Rt Hon Sarah Mullally, will be speaking on "Martyrdom or Marathon? Combining Sacrifice with Sabbath".

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