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Covid Chronicles: Learning in Community

In an episode of the Woolf Institute's "Covid Chronicles", Ridley Principal Michael Volland reflects on the impact of the current restrictions on the residential community at Ridley Hall.

Welcome to Tom Triggs

We are delighted to welcome Tom Triggs as he joins the staff team at Ridley Hall as our new Premises Manager.

The Right Reverend Simon Barrington-Ward (1930-2020)

The Right Reverend Simon Barrington-Ward, former Bishop of Coventry and a former Chaplain and Member of Council at Ridley Hall, has died at the age of 89.

Farewell to Rachel Bennett

It is with great sadness that we said goodbye over the Easter holidays to Rachel Bennett, our Tutor in Children's and Family Ministry for the past three years.

Lay Ministry training applications for September 2020

Applications for our Lay Ministry training programme are fully open for this September - find out more about how to apply today.

Covid-19 contingency plans for ordination training applications

We're still open for applications for September 2020 - please read about our contingency plans for interviews, and how to get in touch.

Do you have a calling to sports ministry? Talk to us!

Learn how you can train at Ridley and share your faith as a minister in sports and well-being.

The 2020 Newbigin Summer Institute - rescheduled to 2021

In light of the ongoing uncertainty around the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, we have sadly had to cancel the Lesslie Newbigin Summer Institute which was due to be held this July.

In conversation with the Principal: A confident future for Ridley

Development Manager Andrew Chamberlain talks to Michael Volland about the distinctive strengths of Ridley Hall, and the vision for the future of the college.

Christmas in-between: Welcoming teenagers into the Christmas story

Ridley's Tutor in Youth Ministry, Becca Dean, challenges us to ask how we can welcome teenagers into the Christmas story, and what we can learn in the process about the disruptive liminality of the Word made flesh.

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