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The 2020 Newbigin Summer Institute

Registration is now open for the 2020 Newbigin Summer Institute on the theme of "Discerning the Spirit in Mission"

Seeking to appoint a Tutor in New Testament

Is God calling you to train the next generation of ordained and lay church leaders? We are seeking to appoint a Tutor in New Testament. The closing date for applications is 13th March 2020.

Book now on a Ridley Lay Ministry open day

We have two open days lined up for February and March - visit Cambridge and explore your options for theology qualifications that allow you to specialise in youth, children's & family, lay pioneer or sports ministry.

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".

Cleanliness is next to godliness: Renovated laundry is opened

This term we cut the ribbon on our new laundry, after a successful and long overdue transformation. Doing the washing will be less of a chore in future as we open our new laundry to college residents and guests.

Principal's Study Leave

In line with College policy, having served 13 terms since arriving at Ridley, our Principal, Michael Volland, will be taking a period of study leave during the Lent term of 2020.

A reflection to mark the feast day of Nicholas Ridley

To mark the feast day of Nicholas Ridley, 16th October, the Principal of Ridley, the Revd Dr Michael Volland, offers a short reflection on the life of the martyr.

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