In August of this year work began on transforming ‘A’ staircase into new purpose-built accommodation for single and married students and an accessible space for our library.
We are delighted to announce that the Revd Ruth Adams has joined the staff team at Ridley Hall as a Pastoral Tutor. Ruth is priest in charge of St. George’s, Chesterton and serves as the Bishop's Adviser for Resilience in Conflict in the Diocese of Ely.
We are delighted to have welcomed a large new intake to Ridley for 2020. If you would like to explore ordination training at Ridley for 2021, then please contact our Admissions Officer for Ordinands who will be happy to help you with any questions that you may have about applying.
In October 2019 Andrew Chamberlain joined the staff at Ridley as Development Manager. In this brief reflection he looks back with gratitude on his first year in the role.
Are you interested in being involved in sport for mission and ministry? Listen to Ridley Associate and General Director of Christians in Sport, Graham Daniels, being interviewed on Songs of Praise as part of their Faith and Sport series.
Start a journey that will support your growth as a mature, wise and faithful disciple of Christ, as you follow your calling to live and share the Gospel in your context.
In June we were privileged to send out 34 Ridley students to serve churches across the UK in lay and ordained roles. They went with our prayers and using this downloadable Ember List we invite you to join with us in continuing to pray for them and their families as they settle into new situations.
The 2021 C.F.D. Moule Memorial Lecture will be given by Ben Lindsay, a trainer, facilitator, pastor and author of We Need To Talk About Race – Understanding the Black Experience in White Majority Churches.
Ridley's plans for teaching arrangements during the 2020-21 academic year, for ordinands and lay ministry students at Cambridge and at Ridley London.
In August 2022 Ridley will host 3GCSC, an international ecumenical gathering for sports administrators, chaplains, theologians, athletes, church leaders, pastors and others who seek to explore the multiple impacts of belief and sport.