Are you exploring a calling to children’s & family, youth, or sports ministry? The Ridley Lay Ministry programme offers the chance to study for a degree through manageable block teaching weeks at Ridley Hall in Cambridge, while learning on the job in a ministry context.
Funds raised in our Easter Appeal have enabled the college to purchase a series of framed images from the photographer Jim Grover.
As part of Ridley Hall’s commitment to improving access to comprehensive theological education, we have today launched an innovative, online course in Sports Ministry.
Ridley Hall welcomes the report of the Anti-Racism Taskforce
The community at Ridley Hall mourn the loss of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and give thanks to God for his life of faithful service.
First year ordinand and 'Social Deacon' Victoria Lawrence saw both the nature and long-term importance of her role within the community change as we entered lockdown.
We are delighted to say that the access ramps and conversion of 'A' staircase are now finished, and the new basement library will be completed and the space handed back to us in time for Easter.
Chaplain Cadet and Ridley ordinand Sam Banner is exploring a calling to military chaplaincy, and was excited to take up the opportunity to undertake his parish placement in the Cambridge University Officer Training Corps. Read the highlights of his journey so far.
This Easter we are launching an appeal with a target of £10,000 to commission new works of art for our buildings and grounds to glorify God and celebrate diversity in the Ridley community of today.
Ridley Associate and former Associate Principal Jeremy Begbie pays tribute to John Polkinghorne (1930-2021), who served for many years on as a Trustee on Ridley's Council, and who has died at the age of 90.