Like all charities the Trustees are always looking to encourage more participation from churches and its members in the governance of the SNU Trust. As members have been made aware during the Chairman’s address at our Annual General Meetings over the last few years, the SNU Trust, like all voluntary bodies, is finding it increasingly difficult to find new Trustees.

As part of the succession planning strategy the Trust committee would like to encourage members to nominate anyone they consider having the appropriate qualifications or experience to become a Trustee. Whilst the SNU Trust is primarily focused on finance, there are other areas of qualification or experience required of Trustees which would be beneficial to the charity. Some of these include, but are not limited to, legal, property or governance sectors.

Please click here to access some information which outlines the key responsibilities of becoming a Trustee that might be useful in helping you to have a better understanding of what the role entails.

Should anyone feel that they would like to put themselves forward as a potential Trustee and would like to gain a better understanding of what would be required of them, we would encourage you to contact the SNU Trust directly at Burton End Lodge.

What Our Members Say About Us

”The committee would like to extend their grateful thanks for the grant towards the interest on the loan.

It is very thoughful and as a Spiritualist community we hope we can begin to get back to some sense of normality very soon”

Eastwood church

”May I thank you for your advice and help in enabling us to carry out these transactions quickly and smoothly, it has taken a great deal of anxiety away for the members”

Chippenham First Spiritualist Church

“… you helped enormously, and I would like to thank you for all the hard work and support you have given and continue to give us…”

West London DC