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Three Faiths Forum

For 18 years, 3FF, the Three Faiths Forum, has worked to build good relations between people of different faiths, beliefs and cultures. 

We have developed ground-breaking and award-winning programmes in education, leadership, training and the arts, rooted in a progressive approach to interfaith/intercultural work that includes non-religious groups, and takes into account the complexity of people’s identities.

Our work has been recognised by a range of international bodies: the UN’s Alliance of Civilizations and the Baring Foundation have both commended our work. In 2014 we won the Doha International Interfaith Award, the Shap Award for schools, and were named Camden Mayor’s Charity of the Year.

Now we are looking for a new Director to lead the next stage of 3FF's development. 

The ideal candidate will be:

  • A confident leader who is able to motivate and attract people towards 3FF’s goals
  • An excellent communicator who is able to build relationships of trust
  • Ambitious and motivated – looking to achieve big aims for the organisation, and able to secure the funds to achieve those aims

We welcome applications from people of all backgrounds – people with non-religious or religious beliefs.



  • To request an application pack, please email  '+'' + ''; // --> .
  • After you have read the full pack, submit your application here.

Deadline for application: 23rd February (10am)
Interviews to take place: 9th March 
Ideal start: June

To ensure a fair recruitment process, staff have been asked not to respond in detail to questions about the role. For written responses, please email our Deputy Director, Rachel Silveira.

We may close applications before this date, so we encourage you to apply early.

Please note that we do not wish to be contacted by recruitment agencies about this role.

Introduction to Social Media - Workshop

Tue 10th Feb
Connecting with the online world can seem like just another demand on already-stretched time, a mysterious new way of communicating with its own language and customs and a poor substitute to face-to-face conversations. We’ll show you what you’re missing! An afternoon workshop as part of FbRN's Training Tuesdays programme.

Living the new story of peace

Fri 30th Jan
A discussion-based workshop exploring new understandings of peace and systemic change.

Re-awakening the Sacred: Business and economics

Wed 21st Jan
Following a successful talk last year on gift economy and a new economic paradigm, St Ethelburga's are exploring this theme for a second time.  

Building a politics of hope

Tue 24th Feb
Exploring the role and impact of faith-based leadership in local communities

Office support roles at St Ethelburga's

St Ethelburga's


St Ethelburga's seeking various roles

Full-time support role becoming available soon

St Etheleburga's much-loved Office and Facilities Manager is leaving and we are are seeking a replacement. If you think you have what it takes to look after our office processes and our building we'd love to hear from you.  This is a demanding but potentially very rewarding role at the heart of our team.  It would suit someone with a mature outlook who is grounded, practical and efficient and loves to be busy.  Luckily Susan has set up some great systems and written thorough manuals on how to handle it all, so you'll be well trained up.   If you are interested email with your CV.  

Part time bookkeeper-accountant with charity experience

We are currently looking for a bookkeeper-accountant with charity experience to work at our Centre.  If you are interested please with your CV. 

St Ethelburga's internships

Interns work four days a week and have a great introduction to working life and to peace-building, as well as a much-valued place on our team.  We run a rolling internship scheme, accepting applictions every 3 months, for the following roles:

  • Social Media Manager
  • Fundraising Appeal Coordinator


Three Faiths Forum

3FF's Internship Programme is designed to give plenty of valuable skills and experience by working closely with one of 3FF's teams.

Interns work alongside 3FF's dedicated staff members at the Kentish Town offices on one of their many projects. Interns play an active role in the organisation and are given the the opportunity to become involved in all aspects of the work, from organising workshops and events, facilitating the arts activities, to helping run leadership programme.

To find out more about the experience and skills interns can expect to gain from the programme, go here.

Application details

3FF are now recruiting for internships starting 23 September 2014. The deadline for applications is 9am on 9 September 2014. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend an assessment day on 16 September 2014.

More info here:

Destitute Refugees and Migrants – What can I do?

Sat 20th Sep
Open Space event to discuss the lack of housing for many migrants in London.

Finance and Membership Officer

Community Matters

Join the team at Community Matters – we are enthusiastic and committed to be the voice of grassroots community organisations and to delivering tools and services that help them to make a difference in their local communities.

Job Reference CM-CSM2014/07

Finance and Membership Officer (21 hours per week @ £13+ per hour)

Community Matters (The National Federation of Community Organisations) is seeking an experienced administrator to work on

  • Finance: invoice and payment processing, payroll
  • Accounts: keeping QuickBooks up to date, downloading reports and assisting with the annual accounts
  • Membership: applications and renewals and the Access membership database

This is a part time post (21 hours) and our preference is for the hours to be spread over 4 or 5 working days, but we will also consider equally candidates who prefer to work 3 full days. 

The job is based at our London office at 12-20 Baron Street, London, N1 9LL, close to Angel tube station.  Salary £14,400 for 21 hours or about £13.20 per hour (based on full time annual salary £24,000) plus 3% pension contribution.

  • The closing date for applications to reach us is Friday 15th August. 
  • Interviews are planned for Friday 25th August.  Please confirm your availability for interview on that day when applying. 
  • Don’t forget to include details of two recent referees as requested on the application form.

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