reconcilers Together

rebecca.brierley@stethelburgas.org

07453 287925​

78 Bishopsgate

London

EC2N 4AG

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©2018 by St Ethelburga's Centre for Reconciliation and Peace

Part funded by:

reconcilers

together

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The key partners in Reconcilers Together are currently: St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation and Peace, St Michaels House at Coventry Cathedral, The Blackley Centre, The Rose Castle Foundation, Corrymeela, Bridge Builders Ministries, Place for Hope, and the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Reconciliation Ministry. 

The 5 centres below host and deliver our Journey of Hope training:

St Ethelburga's Centre for Reconciliation and Peace, London

is a maker of peacemakers, inspiring and equipping people from all backgrounds to become peace-builders in their own communities and lives.

We specialise in:

  • Christian Reconciliation

  • Working with refugees

  • Investing in young leaders

  • Interfaith Activism 

  • Spiritual Ecology 

St Michael's House, Coventry

aims to inspire, provide skills-based learning and intellectual encounter alongside theological reflection, and spiritual and practical resources for the long-term task of making and building peace in a world of conflict. 

 

We specialise in:

  • Running reconciliation training programmes and community building activities 

  • Healing the wounds of history, 

  • Learning to live with difference and celebrate diversity, 

  • Building a culture of peace. 

Corrymeela, Northern Ireland

is a Christian community whose mission is to transform division through human encounter. Founded in 1965, it is Ireland’s oldest peace and reconciliation community, working with over 10,000 people per year. We run community, faith and educational projects from our residential centre on the north coast of Ireland and our office in Belfast. 

Our projects specialise in addressing:

  • Sectarianism

  • Marginalisation

  • The Legacies of Violence

  • Public Theology

The Blackley Centre, Yorkshire

is a place of retreat and encounter, enabling people and communities to relate, restore and reconcile. Through peace making and inter faith relationships, people of all faiths and none are inspired to embrace a culture of reconciliation. 

 

We specialise in; 

  • Training in conflict awareness, communication and mediation skills 

  • Inter personal mediation and congregational reconciliation 

  • Individual coaching and supervision 

  • Developing inter faith relations 

  • Facilitating retreats 

The Rose Castle Foundation, Cumbria

is an international centre of reconciliation within and between faith communities, in the public square and with the environment.

 

We specialise in: 

  • Residential programmes for emerging and current faith leaders

  • Reconciliation training

  • Scriptural reasoning