Community of St Anselm’s latest international intake commissioned at Lambeth Palace

Posted on: September 28, 2018 The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, presents crosses to the new intake of the Community of St Anselm during their commissioning service today in Lambeth Palace Photo Credit: ACNS The latest members of the St Anselm’s community at Lambeth Palace have been commissioned by the Archbishop of Canterbury. Nineteen members … Continue reading “Community of St Anselm’s latest international intake commissioned at Lambeth Palace”

When in Rome be one in Rome

By Hannah Barr 24 September 2018  A former member of the Lambeth Palace-based Community of St Anselm, Hannah Barr, currently an ordinand in training, reflects on lessons about Christian unity. Christian unity had never really bothered me, if I’m honest. I grew up in joint Anglican-Baptist church, which didn’t really mean much aside from periodic … Continue reading “When in Rome be one in Rome”

Intentional choosing

  By Katy Hirst 11 September 2018 The Community of St Anselm is a youth-oriented new monastic movement based at Lambeth Palace, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s official-residence and office in London. As the next cohort prepare for their commissioning later this month, one of last year’s members, Katy Hirst, reflects on lessons that local churches … Continue reading “Intentional choosing”

Guest Blog: From nun school to vicar school

New post on The Community of St Anselm   By St Anselm Online   Guest blogger Claire Jones is a former NonResident Member, currently training for ordained ministry in the Church of England. She blogs at theartofuncertainty.com.  Applications for NonResident (and for Resident) membership are open now. Click here to start an application.    It’s been … Continue reading “Guest Blog: From nun school to vicar school”

A Year in God’s Timing

By St Anselm Online   Miriam is a children’s worker in Kent, who has just completed a year of spiritual formation and community with St Anselm as a NonResident.  Apparently I’ve done a very good job of convincing my fellow community members that I’m good at being on time. This would be a shock for people … Continue reading “A Year in God’s Timing”