The Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies (founded 1999) is the pan-Orthodox house for theological studies functioning with the formal approval and blessing of the Pan-Orthodox Episcopal Assembly for Great Britain and Ireland.
The Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology (founded 1993) works within the Roman Catholic Church and sets out to assist women to discern God’s call and preparing them for lay ministries and Christian discipleship in today’s world.
Ridley Hall (est. 1881) offers full-time residential training for ordained ministry in the Church of England and training for a variety of lay ministries in church and non-church contexts. The community also welcomes sabbatical guests and those who want to study theology part-time.
Wesley House (founded 1921) was established in Cambridge in order to bring Methodist students and scholars to study in the world class university where they would learn to think at a deep level about the issues facing church and society alongside ecumenical colleagues.
Westcott House (founded 1881) is an Anglican theological college in the heart of Cambridge, England, preparing men and women from Britain and around the world for ordination to the diaconate and priesthood.
The Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide (founded in 1881 as the Henry Martyn Trust) is a research and teaching centre in Cambridge, England dedicated to study, reflection, and practical engagement with the global nature of Christianity in the twenty-first century.
ERMC (founded 1979) offers ecumenical part-time and full-time non-residential training for those preparing for lay and ordained ministry from across the Eastern Region of England as well as for students from continental Europe.
The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion is an interdisciplinary research enterprise. In addition to academic research, the Institute engages in the public understanding of science and religion by means of Courses, Conferences, Lectures, Seminars and the Media.
The Woolf Institute (founded 1998) began as the Centre for Jewish-Christian Relations and later expanded to include the Centre for the Study of Muslim-Jewish Relations and the Centre for Policy and Public Education. In 2010, these Centres were amalgamated under the designation “Woolf Institute”.