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Partner Organisations

Assist:
http://www.assistsheffield.org.uk/
Supporting asylum seekers in Sheffield, including our six bedsits at Burngreave Ashram.

Urban Theology Unit:
http://www.utusheffield.org.uk/
Academic and informal courses in relevant theology for the city, now operating from the Victoria Hall, in Sheffield.

New Roots:
http://www.newroots.org.uk/
The volunteer led wholefoods / Fairtrade / fruit and veg shop which is part of Glossop Road Ashram Centre.  As with Burngreave on the other side of town, there is a pleasant meeting room for hire to groups with similar aims.

Sheffield Inner City Ecumenical Mission is also a partner organisation.  Contact via Burngreave Ashram.

Other Organisations

Below are links to organisations which Ashram members recommend or are involved with.


The Anabaptist Network
http://anabaptistnetwork.com/

ATD Fourth World
: 'engaging with individuals and institutions to find solutions to eradicate extreme poverty in the UK'.
http://www.atd-uk.org/

Christian CND: a specialist section of the campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
http://ccnd.gn.apc.org/

Citizens for Sanctuary: 'a Citizen Organising Foundation campaign to secure justice for people fleeing persecution and rebuild public support for sanctuary'.
http://www.citizensforsanctuary.org.uk/

Ekklesia: 'the beliefs and values think tank'.
http://www.ekklesia.co.uk/

Free to Believe: an informal network of liberally minded Christians.
http://www.freetobelieve.org.uk/

Green Christian: Christian Ecology Link.
http://www.greenchristian.org.uk/

Greenbelt: annual Christian festival of art and music.
http://www.greenbelt.org.uk/

Iona Community: a dispersed Christian ecumenical community.
http://iona.org.uk/

Joint Public Issues Team: Baptist, Methodist and United Reformed Churches working together on issues of justice and inequality.
http://www.jointpublicissues.org.uk/

L'Arche:  Building Communities with people with Learning Disabilities.
http://larche.org.uk/

The Lifestyle Movement: live simply that all may simply live.
http://www.lifestylemovement.org.uk/

The Lee Abbey Movement: Living Communities in Action
http://www.leeabbey.org.uk/

Northumbria Community: a Christian community in Felton, Northumberland.
http://www.northumbriacommunity.org/

The Othona Community: an open Christian Community with centres in Essex and Dorset.
http://www.othona.org/

Servants of Christ the King:  'waiting, listening and sharing'.
http://www.sck.org.uk/

Sheffield International Group
http://www.meetup.com/Sheffield-International-Group - multicultural social and special interest events in Sheffield.

The Society of St Francis
http://www.hilfieldfriary.org.uk/

Student Christian Movement.
http://www.movement.org.uk/

Patheos: 'hosting the conversation on faith'.
http://www.patheos.com/

Pax Christi: International Catholic Movement for Peace.
http://www.paxchristi.org.uk/

Pilsdon Community: offering a refuge to people in crisis.
http://www.pilsdon.org.uk/

Workshop: an ecumenical education project providing in-depth and accessible learning resources for use in groups or individually.
http://workshop.org.uk/



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