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Ridley to host Third Global Congress on Sport and Christianity

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.

Bishop Sarah Mullally on Christian Leadership

Following the disappointment of our planned Moule Day lecture with the Bishop of London not going ahead, we are delighted to share with you a conversation with her on Christian leadership.

Teaching at Ridley Hall in 2020-21

Ridley will welcome as many students as possible to our Cambridge site for the start of the next academic year, guided always by advice from PHE. Read on for Ridley's plans for teaching arrangements during the 2020-21 academic year.

Dr Jo Griffiths appointed Tutor in Children's & Family Ministry

We are excited to announce that Dr Jo Griffiths has been appointed as Ridley's Tutor in Children's & Family Ministry, joining the Cambridge-based team in September.

Youthworker vacancy for a potential youth ministry student

Gain a qualification specialising in youth ministry while learning in your placement as a Catalyst Youthworker for the YOUTHINC project in rural South Cambridgeshire.

Listen now: Chillhop Psalms for devotion

Spoken word poet and Ridley ordinand Kiran Lotay offers a series of psalms read rhythmically to chillhop music. Listen now to Psalm 130: Out of the depths I cry to you, O Lord

Holy Communion, Closed Churches and Social Distancing

In this downloadable paper, Ridley's Principal, the Revd Dr Michael Volland, outlines some approaches to Communion in the current lockdown environment and offers questions to prompt deeper thinking.

"You are beloved" community art project gallery

Authentic, joyful and creative witness to the risen Jesus: View the photo gallery from last term's "You are beloved" community art project.

Moule Day event cancellation and refund options

In light of the guidance issued by the Government in relation to Covid-19, we have, regretfully, had to cancel this year's Moule Day event on Wednesday June 3rd.

Cristo esta vivo! Faith, hope and the Garden Tomb

Ridley's Principal draws hope in these global times of confusion and pain from words he heard during his study leave from a Spanish pilgrim at the Garden Tomb.

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