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Nestling between the high rise towers of the City, St Ethelburga's is an oasis of peace in the busy City. Rebuilt after destruction by the IRA's Bishopsgate bomb in 1993, the Centre is a fascinating hybrid of ancient and modern, complete with a lovely secret garden and the Tent, our remarkable private space for conversations of many kinds.
Peace, Reconciliation, Dialogue
A less divided world.
St Ethelburga's is a reconciliation and peace centre in the City of London working towards a less divided world.
To help people build relationships across divisions of conflict, culture and religion. When people really listen to each other they can build new relationships. Such relationships make the world a less divided place and create more peaceful communities.
Our distinctive approach is to create transformative opportunities for people to explore difference, division and disagreement safely and creatively. We encourage people to reflect on the inner, inter-personal and community dimensions of their situation, and go deeper into the paradox that faith can be both a source of division and a resource for transforming conflict.
St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation and Peace is a company limited by guarantee Registered in England and Wales no: 6408424 and a registered charity no: 1121983 It has 501 ( c ) 3 status in the USA.
St Ethelburga's might be able to help you deal with a problem relating to division, difference or disagreement. Our expertise includes the following areas:- Skilled facilitation and design of dialogues and difficult conversations Advising communities and individuals in how to deal with disagreement and conflict Working with inter-religious groups and issues The use of narrative methods for exploring issues of identity and dealing with the past We publish resource guides to share our ideas and experience as widely as possible and we offer training in each of these areas. Our services can also be delivered in local situations away from the building.
reconciliation, peace, facilitation, dialogue
78 Bishopsgate London EC2N 4AG. UK. Telephone: +44 (0)20 7496 1610. Fax:+44 (0)20 7638 1440