We explore how faith and spiritual traditions can mobilise individuals and communities to take action for a more inclusive, peaceful and sustainable world.
Faith and spiritual traditions are a powerful force for wisdom, compassion and inspiration. Our Sacred Activists, Spiritual Ecology and People of the Earth programmes all support individuals to explore how faith can mobilise us to take action for a more inclusive, peaceful and sustainable world.
Interfaith dialogue and relationship building is a long standing strand of our work, and we continue to build important bridges between faiths. We also work within specific faith communities, offering bespoke trainings on conflict transformation and community building.
The Peacemakers Network is formed of five Christian reconciliation centres across England and Northern Ireland who together form a ‘backbone’ of significant expertise. In collaboration, and with the active support of Lambeth Palace, they are a powerful force for change in the UK.
This exciting new book draws on St Ethelburga's work with inspiring young leaders around the world.
Seeking young adults from diverse faith and spiritual traditions!
The Fellowship of St Ethelburga welcomes new members! We come together in worship, discussion and prayer. Together, we aim to ask of ourselves what is it be be a Christian Peacemaker?
Our Spiritual Ecology programme is a response to the urgent need to build peace with Earth, our common home. It explores the integration of spiritual values with practical action to sow the seeds for a future based on interconnectedness and reverence for all life.
We build community resilience by nurturing diversity and building relationships across division and difference.read more
We address critical global issues and explore practical ways to connect and amplify the local and global impact of peacemaking.read more
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St Ethelburga’s is a ‘maker of peace-makers’. We inspire and equip individuals and communities to contribute, in their own particular contexts, to activating a global culture of peace.