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The Ergon* Fellowship is a ten month programme designed to equip workplace disciples, to realise a deeper biblical understanding of their paid work.  The aim is to establish a small Christ-centred community whose understanding of God's word and mission for those in paid employment will transform their experience and impact as kingdom professionals. It is designed for those in the first third of their career (we expect candidates to be aged between 25-35 with at least two years employement experience).  

As well as benefiting from a work focused discipleship within a small group context, each member of the Fellowship is paired with an experienced mentor and receives teaching from an expectational range of leaders including Hugh Palmer, Chris Wright, Rico Tice, Jenny Brown, David Turner, Anthony Billington, and John Wyatt.

To find out more about Ergon email Charmaine Muir:

(*Ergon from the Greek for work or worker)

Application Process

Applications are now being taken for 2017/18.  Click here for an application form.  Applications must be submitted by 14th May 2017 to Charmaine Muir ( 

fellowship details & structure

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Course components

The fellowship begins the first weekend (1st - 2nd) of September 2016 and will finish beginning of June 2017.  The course fee of £490 (to be confirmed) will cover the costs of the 2 24-hour retreats, Sunday lunches and set books and materials.    Some grants/subsidies may be available for those who cannot afford this amount.

Applications will be taken in Spring 2017. Fellows will be selected from applicants best able to demonstrate:

1) commitment to their work
2) spiritual maturity 
3) ability to fulfil the responsibilities of the Fellowship.

Fellowship Directors: Charmaine Muir- Minister (Workplace)  and Ross Hendry - Chief Executive, Spurgeons
Other contributors: External speakers and leading members of All Souls who will serve as mentors.


Benefits to the Fellows

  • Developing a growing biblical understanding of work
  • An opportunity to build the rest of their working careers on the foundation of God's word
  • Mentoring from experienced workplace practicitioners within the church family
  • Opportunity to learn from experienced church leaders and Christians active in various spheres of the marketplace
  • Increased biblical worldview depth and sustainability
  • Community based learning