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Ordination Training at Ridley 2022

To explore ordination training for 2022, please contact our Admissions Officer for Ordinands with any questions you may have about applying, or about our Zoom interview process, which will be in place until the end of December 2021.

Archbishop of York to give C. F. D. Moule Memorial Lecture

The Archbishop of York, the Most Reverend and Right Honourable Stephen Cottrell SCP, will deliver the next C. F. D. Moule Memorial lecture, in June 2022.

3rd Global Congress on Sport and Christianity

The 3rd Global Congress on Sport and Christianity will be hosted by Ridley Hall Cambridge, UK between 18th and 21st August 2022.

Progress towards accessibility for all

The Easter Term of 2021 marked the completion of our accessibility building project. Read about our vision for this project, which goes back to 2019 when we conceived a plan for a development with two broad objectives.

Capernaum has come to Ridley Hall

Artist Rick Nelms, who has Motor Neurone Disease, bench tested the newly installed ramps and lifts, and shares his paintings and reflections on the visit.

The Ridley Award: mission and ministry through sport

This year sees the launch of the Ridley Award: a new self-paced online learning experience for anyone who wants to bring together their love of sport with their desire to share their faith.

Innovation at Ridley Hall: A Conversation with Robin Barden

Ridley has always been a place where innovative ideas are applied to the meet the needs of the Church. We talk to the new Director of Innovation about his work and his vision for the new role.

Life as a Ridley Lay Ministry student

Mirin Niekirk, who graduated this summer, talks about life as a Ridley Lay Ministry (RLM) student.

Leading from the second chair

The Revd Andrew Appiah (Ry. 2017–19), discusses some of the challenges and joys of being a curate.

Ember days — lifelong opportunities for preparation

Ordinand Charles Cowper looks at Ember days, set aside in each liturgical season, to ask how they might help us, whatever our stage of life or ministry.

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