Ely Theological College was a school in Ely, Cambridgeshire, for training clergy in the Church of England. Founded in 1876  by James Woodford, Anglican Bishop of Ely,  the college had a strong Anglo-Catholic tradition. It closed in 1964.
|  Ely Theological College, about 1960.
Coordinates: 52°24′N 0°16′E / 52.40°N 0.26°E
Notes and references
- ^ Dowland, David A. Nineteenth-Century Anglican Theological Training: The Redbrick Challenge, Oxford University Press, 1997, p. 5. ISBN 0-19-826929-3
- ^ Ollard, Sidney Leslie (ed.). A Dictionary of English Church History, Milwaukee: Morehouse Publishing Company, 2nd ed., 1919, p. 590, col. 1.
- ^ Symondson, Anthony. "Renovating Heaven and Adjusting the Stars," in Thompson, Damian (ed). Loose Canon: A Portrait of Brian Brindley, Continuum International Publishing Group, 2004, p. 82. ISBN 0-8264-7418-7 Ely's "ritualistic" (i.e. "Catholic") tendencies were attacked in a House of Commons debate in 1899. Hansard, House of Commons Debates, 9 February 1899, vol. 66, cc344-460.
- ^ See History of Guyhirn.