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Anglican Religious Communities UK

All Saints Sisters of the Poor

A community of Anglican women in Oxford who believe they are called to a life of prayer and work with the poor and vulnerable; includes a history, vocations guide, and links.

Alton Abbey

An Anglican Benedictine community in Hampshire; with a guide to their way of life, manufacture and supply of communion wafers and incense, vocations, retreats, and contacts.

Anglican Religious Communities

Official guide to Anglican religious orders, organisations of laity and/or clergy living under a common rule; includes resources, and contacts.

Burnham Abbey

Home to The Society of the Precious Blood, an Anglican contemplative community of women; with a guide to their way of life and prayer, and details of their guesthouse.

Community of St John the Divine

A small Anglican Religious Community founded in 1848 and living in the Birmingham area since 1976.

Community of St Mary the Virgin

A community of Anglican sisters formed in Wantage, and with branch houses in Smethwick and Harringay; describes their way of life, with details of retreats, history, and contacts.

Community of the Holy Name

Community of Anglican religious sisters who live, work and pray in a number of places, combining a life of prayer with service to others and being part of the communities in which we are called to live in.

Community of the Resurrection

An Anglican monastic community based at Mirfield in West Yorkshire. Information about the community, activities, events, training and contact details.

Community of the Sisters of the Love of God

An Anglican community living a contemplative monastic life in Oxford; provides a history, a guide to their way of life and vocation, news and events, and contacts.

Malling Abbey

A community of Anglican Benedictine nuns in Kent, living a life based on the Rule of St Benedict; includes details of hospitality at their guest house, and information about becoming a nun or an associate for the community.

Mucknell Abbey

An Anglican contemplative monastic community of nuns and monks, living under the Rule of St Benedict in Worcestershire, founded in 1941 to pray for Christian Unity; with a guide to their way of life and activities, facilities for guests and retreats, and contacts.

Order of the Holy Paraclete

An Anglican religious community for women; provides information about their mother house near Whitby and branch houses in the UK and overseas, events and news, and contacts.

Sisters of Jesus Way

An Evangelical Anglican community of women on the Wirral peninsula; with a guide to their way of life and activities, facilities for visits and retreats, history and contacts.

Society of Our Lady of the Isles

A religious community of the Scottish Episcopal Church, following a rule partly Celtic and partly Carthusian, and based on the Island of Fetlar, Shetland Isles. With a guide to their life and worship, and their associate membership living around the UK.

Society of St Francis

A community within the Anglican commununion living and working under the rule of St Francis; includes a history, location of their houses, and information on their mission and way of life.

The Society of the Holy Cross

A congregation of priests in the Anglican Communion, who live and minister under a common Rule; provides a guide to the English and Scottish province, with resources and news for members.

St Saviour's Priory

An autonomous house, part of the Society of St Margaret; with a brief overview of their religious life and work amongst the marginalised in East London, and contacts.

Tymawr Convent

An overview of a community of Anglican sisters in Monmouth and their way of life, with contacts and history.

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