Justine leads on vision, strategy and communications. Her raison d’etre is bringing people together and co-creating innovative projects rooted in worldview of interdependence. She is committed to advancing the next generation of leaders and building resilience for our increasingly dystopian times.
Generation Y, Spirituality and Social Change published in March 2019, is a collection of stories and interviews with young people exploring how the next generation are living spiritual values through social action. St Ethelburga’s will be putting a percentage of the book sales towards an annual award and seed corn grant for young people. In 2020, which is likely to be a very interesting year for us all, we will be hosting our annual and much loved award ceremony in March 2020.
To win the award they need to have spark, innovation and a commitment to faith or spirituality. They need to be under 38 years old and based in the UK or Ireland.
Entry of Nominations Opens – October 2019
To honour the support we have received from the Methodist Church funding our sacred activist work, we also have a second award specifically for those of Methodist heritage.
For more information about this incredible book please click here for the trailer
This exciting new collection of stories and interviews draws on St Ethelburga's work with inspiring young leaders around the world.
Reconcilers Together is an ecumenical network of Christian peacebuilding and reconciliation centres across the UK and Ireland who share a mission to inspire and equip Christians leaders to become skilled practitioners of reconciliation in their churches and communities.
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. 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.
Refugee Allies is a social inclusion project promoting understanding, generating empathy and fostering connection between local people and displaced people through public events, volunteering and public speaking.
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.