St Ethelburga’s is growing!  Do you have what it takes to join our team?

Young Leadership Projects & Events Coordinator:  Spiritual Activism
This is a part-time project coordinator role (3 days a week) where you’ll host events and gatherings for sparky young emerging leaders from a wide range of faith and cultural backgrounds.  You’ll inspire others to put their spiritual values into action, and you’ll support and mentor our young Associate Fellows (alumni of our leadership programmes) to get their own projects up and running.  You’ll help with the website and social media and be a key part of our young dynamic team.  You’ll need drive, creativity, a deep sense of faith or spirituality, and a passion for empowering young adults to lead social change.
Deadline:  9am Monday 9th April.  Email CV and covering letter to    Young interfaith leadership projects coordinator – Spiritual Activism

Programme Manager:  Christian Reconciliation Programmes (full-time)
This exciting new role involves working in collaboration with 4 other Christian reconciliation centres across the UK and Northern Ireland, launching a new 2 year project.  The project has two strands.  The first will give 20 emerging Christian leaders the opportunity to embed reconciliation skills in their own churches and also offer those skills into the wider local community.  The leaders will be part of a 6 month training and action learning journey, that is also a pilgrimage around the 5 peace centres.  The second strand is about movement building and will involve using social media and face to face networking to build strong collaborative links between Christian peacemakers across the UK.  We are seeking an experienced project manager with a flair for inspiring communication and a passion for peace to become a key member of our young and dynamic team.  Closing date:  6 April 2018.  Send CV and covering letter to
Programme Manager – Christian peace programmes 2018 V – March

Venue hire assistants (part-time casual on an hourly basis)
Our venue hire business is expanding and we need a couple more helpers to be available on a part-time casual basis as required.  Duties include:  Setting up the venue space and furniture, managing refreshments or liaising with caterers, setting up audi0-visual equipment (training will be given), dealing with security, and working on maintenance, building or admin tasks during the time events are running.  You need to be responsible, hardworking, good with clients, and willing to turn your hand to whatever is most needed.  If you are interested please send a CV to

Calling all resourceful and enthusiastic volunteers!

Communications and design internship

This role is an opportunity to gain varied experience of working in a peace centre, alongside a passionate, dynamic and welcoming team. It’s a chance to put your interest and knowledge of communications and design into practice whilst supporting projects that truly seek to create change in society. More details here. If you are interested in this role please contact our Director, Justine Huxley by emailing 



If you are interested in helping us to preserve our historic building by helping with occasional repairs and maintenance please contact our Operations Manager Tarot Couzyn by emailing


Marketing Mentor 

We are looking for a motivated individual with demonstrable marketing experience who would like to contribute to St. Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation and Peace by providing marketing advice and training to our Venue Hire Coordinator. We’re in the process of broadening the reach of St. Ethelburga’s as a hireable space so if you’re able to offer actionable ideas and guidance then please get in touch!  This is a casual voluntary position and wouldn’t be a big job, it could even be just a phone call once a month.  Contact Nick Hennell-Foley:


Arabic and Farsi Interpreter 

People of the Earth, our refugee project is looking to recruit enthusiastic and engaging speakers of Arabic and Farsi to get involved in our monthly events.  Each event brings together local Londoners and refugees and asylum seekers for a welcoming afternoon of connection, conversation, food and fun.
Click for the full role description and information on how to apply: Interpreter-Volunteer-Description
To discuss the role please contact People of the Earth Project Manager

“I’ve worked as an individual before, and in a whole organization, but I really liked working on a team that was like a little family.  It’s been a really unique experience for me.  The team is trying to help integrate all people from all backgrounds to come together for peacemaking.  I think that’s quite rare in this modern day, with all the rising sentiments of separation.”

Jessica Gordon Brown, Digital Design and Communications Intern (Fall 2016)

Volunteer Expression of Interest Form