Leadership development is an essential aspect of our work, especially in the communities and congregations we are connected with.


The Wagstaff Course

This is a year-long course for lay Christians from churches involved in our School of Congregational Development – deepening their engagement with Scripture, prayer and theological reflection and developing their leadership through the practices of community organising.

More information on the programme is here.


Buxton Leadership Programme

This year-long programme is a unique opportunity to experience life in and around Westminster alongside church-based community organising. Interns will have the chance to explore the role of faith in public life both on a national level and at the grassroots. Successful applicants will work as community organisers in local churches on a range of campaigns and concerns. They will also spend part of their placement in a political organisation or Parliamentary office.

•       We welcome applicants who have graduated from University from all parts of the UK and from all Christian backgrounds.

•       The programme includes regular seminars, training and personal development input throughout the year

•       Buxton Interns are paid at the London Living Wage

More information on the programme is here.


Community Organising Apprenticeship

CTC runs the Chaplaincy Hub at the London Design and Engineering University Technical College in east London – with funding from the Diocese of Chelmsford. Out of this work, we are developing a Living Wage Community Organising Apprenticeship. We also hope to develop specific Pentecostal and Roman Catholic internships through our William Seymour and Cardinal Manning Projects. Watch this space…


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