Live-in community members and volunteers are needed at London Catholic Worker. Come and be a part of a community of hospitality and resistance. If you want to live simply, in community with the poor, and work for peace and justice, then this is for you!
All our Catholic Worker houses and projects need volunteers and community members. Please contact the relevant house for more information about how to join in with our life and work, and about our volunteer opportunities. Giuseppe Conlon House contact details for more information are:
Other ways of participating
Our projects - Guiseppe Conlon House, the LCW farm, the Community Cafe, and the Urban Table - also act as a base for a dispersed London Catholic Worker Group; these are folks who are involved in the full vision of the Catholic Worker, but are not able to make the commitment to live full-time in one of the Houses.
You can participate in this way too! Click on the links above to see how, or contact us.
If you can't contribute your time to the LCW, then you may be able to make some practical contributions. Suggested items are below.
Food: Dry goods, rice, pasta, instant coffee, tea bags, tuna & corned beef, sugar & salt & pepper, tinned tomatoes & fruit juice, cheese and eggs, breakfast cereals.
Other: Handy(wo)man, plumber, electrician, soap, shampoo & all toiletries, cleaning materials & equipment, football boots and kit.
Office: Book keeper, help with producing and sending out newsletters.
Other items: Bike locks & bike lights, single sheets and single duvet covers, paint for walls.
Money! go here to find out how to donate.
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