New members of Lambeth monastic community take vow for ‘year in God’s time’

Posted Sep 28, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] The latest members of the St. Anselm’s community at Lambeth Palace have been commissioned by the archbishop of Canterbury. Nineteen members – from various Church traditions – took their vows in a service at the palace’s chapel Sept. 28, an occasion Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby described as one of the high points of his year.

St. Anselm’s provides an opportunity for young people aged 20 to 35 to “spend a year in God’s time” in new-monastic community with a shared Rule of Life focused on prayer, study and service to the most vulnerable in society.

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