Working with youth or children? Take the next step in your calling
Study for the BA in Theology, Ministry & Mission while learning on the job in a placement:
- Six teaching weeks in Cambridge spread out through the year
- Practical learning in a youth, children’s & family or sports ministry placement
- Learn with like-minded people and supportive tutors
- Applications are open now for a September 2022 start
Join us online at our next open evening event held on Tuesday 14th June 2022 on Zoom at 6.30pm, open to all:
“I have felt part of the Ridley Family from the start.
Everybody is so friendly and supportive.”
Nat Stiles, Youth Ministry student
“I’ve seen visible impact on children of
resources created with deeper theological understanding.”
Victoria Goodman, Children’s and Family Ministry student
“A highlight has been spending time with people and learning
from them in such a God-filled environment that Ridley Hall provides.”
Tim Fletcher, Sports Ministry student
- Specialise in youth, children’s & family or sports ministry
Our degree programme is flexible, allowing you to specialise in your area of ministry. You may already be working or volunteering with young people or children, or be involved in some form of sports ministry. Ridley Hall’s tailored course is designed for those who want to take the next step in their calling.
- Study through teaching weeks in Cambridge
Study takes place over six separate teaching weeks spread out manageably through the year from September to June. In each teaching week you study one module, with the assignment due approximately 6 to 8 weeks afterwards.
- Practical experience through placements
Students are placed within an existing ministerial team in a church or Christian charity for the duration of their studies. Placement experience is an essential part of a student's learning. It’s here that students develop their ministerial skills through day-to-day engagement alongside experienced practitioners.
Join us on Zoom on Tuesday 14th June at 6.30pm
Join us for our online open evening – there will be short talks about the course, and a chance to meet individually with staff to ask any questions you may have: