The Revd Canon David Male has accepted an invitation to support the community through prayer and in-person visits by becoming a Ridley Associate.
Registration is now open for the 2019 Lesslie Newbigin Summer Institute, to be held at Trinity Hall Cambridge on July 8-11.
Interested in training for children’s and family, youth, or lay pioneer ministry, or other lay ministry callings? Visit us to explore your options.
The Ridley Connection does just that - connects alumni, friends and supporters worldwide to the developments at Ridley Hall. If you don't already subscribe you can read the latest issue right here.
In the latest episode of the BBC's 'My Faith and Me' series, former professional footballer and Match of the Day pundit Gavin Peacock discusses faith and football with Ridley Principal Michael Volland.
St Peter's Church in Oundle, near Peterborough, is offering a ministry placement opportunity to a prospective Children's and Family Ministry student on Ridley's Lay Ministry programme.
In an article newly published in the Scottish Journal of Theology, Academic Dean Rob McDonald proposes that reading Church Dogmatics 'from the end' can bring to light two key aspects of Barth's theology.
The Cambridge Theological Federation has this week launched "eDiscover", a new fully searchable database of our growing collections of theological ebooks.
The community at Ridley Hall have made a number of exciting changes in the past few months and our website has undergone a complete overhaul to reflect the new reality.
Paul Weston looks back on this year's Summer Institute, entitled "Jesus and the World’s Faiths"