Ekklesia is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee. It presently has four directors (two of whom jointly lead its work), a researcher, and a network of associates and consultants.
In 2013 Ekklesia received a grant from the Andrews Charitable Trust to enable the organisation to upscale its work, expand and become more sustainable. Ekklesia also receives funding from donations, partners, investors and through advertising revenue which helps ensure it maintains its independence.
Ekklesia also operates independently of church structures and denominations. On this basis it works in partnership with a number of organisations who broadly share its values and perspective - including the Anabaptist Network UK, the London Mennonite Centre and Christian Peacemaker Teams UK.
Much of Ekklesia's day-to-day operation takes place 'virtually' through the internet and by the use of new technologies. It works on mutual and cooperative terms with allies and supporters, rather than through bureaucratic structures.
Ekklesia organises and co-sponsors events and conferences. It also offers a wide range of services - expert briefing, consultancy, training, workshops, seminars and more.