The Mennonite Trust is based in Birmingham but for many years was based at the London Mennonite Centre in Highgate, north London.
The Centre started as a student hostel in 1953, undergoing several changes, but was a seedbed encouraging the development of the Anabaptist Network, the Bridge Builders conflict mediation service and Wood Green Mennonite Church, amongst others. Attached in an article about its history.
In the past few years the Trust has changed direction and has established new priorities. The Centre in London was sold and the Trust now uses its resources to support the wider Anabaptist movement in the UK. The Trust employs a development worker and an administrator (both part-time).
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