Our community is encouraged that Ridley has received the strongest overall outcome - 'Confidence' - of its latest Periodic External Review by Ministry Division.
As we prepare to begin a new academic year, the Principal of Ridley Hall, Michael Volland, has published The Orchard: A Story of Working Together for a Hopeful Future.
We are delighted to share with you the news that Professor Jeremy Begbie, Thomas A. Langford Distinguished Professor of Theology at Duke Divinity School, has been appointed Ridley Associate.
Contact us by Friday 6th September to study via our innovative block weeks at Ridley Hall while undertaking ministry in your current context or with one of our partner churches in Cambridge.
We have three open days lined up for November, February and March - a great chance to find out what training at Ridley for lay ministry is all about.
Children's and Family Ministry Tutor Rachel Bennett asks whether we risk overlooking the toddler group as a vital part of the local church's mission.
Principal Michael Volland looks back on the Easter Term with gratitude and towards the next academic year with expectancy.
We are delighted to announce that Andy Chamberlain will be joining Ridley as our new Development Manager this Autumn.
Our current Dean of Lay Ministry, Robin Barden, will this October move into a new role as Director of New Opportunities, to initiate and develop key strategic projects for Ridley.
Ridley is partnering with the CofE's Evangelism and Discipleship Team to provide degree-level training in Sports Ministry as part of a new national initiative to resource the church for mission and evangelism through sport and well-being.