The Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification

By Israel Fouché 12 April 2019  A former member of the Community of St Anselm at Lambeth Palace, Israel Fouché, considers the recent international and ecumenical consultation on the Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification. Between 26 to 28 March, representatives of five world communions “drawn by a common urgency to present the message … Continue reading “The Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification”

Gender equality: is it time to grow up?

By Emma Ash 05 April 2019  A member of the Community of St Anselm and trustee of the UK’s National Estates Church Network, Emma Ash, writes about the empowerment of women in the Church. I once worked for a church where I was told that I would need to leave my post within a year … Continue reading “Gender equality: is it time to grow up?”

Trust me

By Hannah Bailey-Evans 11 March 2019 A former member of the Community of St Anselm, Hannah Bailey-Evans, now a parish intern at the Poplar Team Ministry in London, reflects on God’s forgiving nature. “You didn’t trust me.” Gently spoken, still scorching to hear. The words of a Father to his daughter, in response to the … Continue reading “Trust me”

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”