In the media
With last year seeing the highest numbers of young people (under 30s) being accepted for training for the Church of England ministry across the country for 20 years, Ridley has been privileged for the second year in a row to be part of the Young Vocations conference held at Bishop Woodford House in Ely.
The college's small collection of oil paintings - portraits of Principals past - have recently been included on the BBC's online gallery "Your Paintings", which documents over 200,000 paintings nationwide.
In a 50-minute interview with ChurchNext, Ridley's Tutor in Pioneer Ministry talks about the UK's Fresh Expression movement.
The Church of England's media centre has reported that Eileen Harrop, who graduated in summer 2012 from Ridley, has become the first woman from South East Asia to be ordained in the Church of England.
Community TV's programme Called to Serve interviews Ridley's Vice-Principal Michael B. Thompson.
Before the ground is prepared for Ridley's proposed new building, we have been delighted to work in partnership with Access Cambridge Archaeology on an exciting archaeological project. As reported on the BBC's Look East and in the Cambridge News, the 11-day dig in what was formerly the Principal's garden has discovered "tantalising possibilities" of a Roman settlements, and some remains dating back to the Iron Age.
David Male, Tutor in Pioneer Ministry Training and Director of the Centre for Pioneer Learning, has just returned from Canada where he has been meeting with the Canadian National Fresh Expressions Team and speaking at the Anglican National Church Planting Conference in Toronto.