09 September 2014

Want to live in a Christian community at Lambeth Palace?

Are you a Christian aged 20-35? Do you have a hunger to go deeper with God? Want to join a new community in the monastic tradition at the home of the Archbishop of Canterbury?

St Anselm is a radical new religious community being formed by the Archbishop of Canterbury at Lambeth Palace in London.

In a unique experiment, next year Archbishop Justin Welby will open up his home in London to young Christians – inviting them to spend a year living, studying and praying at the heart of the Anglican Communion.

Members will live in a way the ancient monastics would recognise: seeking to draw closer to God through a daily rhythm of silence, study and prayer. But through those disciplines, and in fellowship together, they will also be immersed in the modern challenges of the global 21st century church.

Are you up for the challenge? Find out more...

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