New prior announced as Community of St Anselm opens applications for 2018

Posted Dec 4, 2017

[Anglican Communion News Service] The monastic community for young people based at Lambeth Palace, the office and official residence in London of the archbishop of Canterbury, has a new prior. The Community of St Anselm invites young Christians, aged 20-35 from around the world, to spend one year “in a radical Jesus-centred community of prayer, study and serving local communities.” It has just opened applications for next year’s intake. The Rev. Rosalyn Murphy, currently vicar of St Thomas’ Church in Blackpool, a resort town in the north-west of England, will take up the role of prior from April next year.

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