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The mystery of life together, at L'Arche

“Do we have to be alike to live together? Differences in belief, in motivation, in age. Unity is something precious. It's precious because it's rare. It's rare because it's hard. Unity is about differences woven together.”

Vacancies with L'Arche UK

Regional Leader, Southern England and Wales.
We seek a new Regional Leader to be responsible for five Communities and one Project.
Policy and Quality Officer.
This is a new post with a key role in ensuring best practice in our service provision.

Culture available for everyone – is it possible?

How many people have impacted on our world as much as Anne Frank? Still today, her searing story of life in a ghetto continues to inspire young and old: truly part of our global cultural heritage. But there is a problem: reading words can be a challenge for some people.

From Kent to Kana-no-ie with love!

“They gave us their home-brewed beer and we gave them our hand-made paper mats.” Gen Sato, community leader of L'Arche Kana-no-ie in Japan is speaking about last summer’s visit of Dorota Wozniak and Paul Mothersdale from L'Arche Kent, UK. “It’s always very special to welcome L’Arche...

L'Arche Mt Tabor in New Zealand is seeking a Community Leader

The Board of L’Arche Mt Tabor is seeking a person with a vocation to serve the L’Arche Community as a Community Leader.

L'Arche Genesaret in Australia is seeking a Community Leader

The Board and Community of L’Arche Genesaret is seeking a person with a vocation to serve
the L’Arche Community in the dual roles of Community Leader and CEO.

The community of L'Arche Els Avets in Spain is looking for two volunteers

The community of L'Arche Els Avets in Spain is looking for two volunteers in May and June for the duration of 6 months minimum.

Winds of determination in Philippines

Winds of determination in Philippines There’s no stopping Benito Mananquil of L’Arche Punla! “What activities do I love? Basketball, swimming, playing my guitar, leading the community choir – Even cooking supper for everyone on Saturdays!” Since...

“God bless La Chicco Sband!”

Nadia never forgets! Each morning the same simple prayer: “God bless La Chicco Sband.” It is easy to see why: many schools near Rome, Italy, regularly depend on the band to come and play to their students.

How do people with disabilities change the world?

Hands up anyone in favour of “transformation towards sustainable and resilient society for all”! Surely, 100% of available hands are waving, in support of this year’s theme for the International Day for People with Disabilities. After all, who wouldn’t want that kind of society? But the real...