Section 3: Acknowledged communities with various vows/promises

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Anglican Order of Cistercians (OC)

The Order of Cistercians consists of uncloistered and dispersed professed men of eighteen years or over; laity who are confirmed and communicant Anglicans, and priests. … Read more

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Brotherhood of St Gregory (BSG)

The Brotherhood of Saint Gregory was founded on Holy Cross Day 1969, by Richard Thomas Biernacki, after consultation with many Episcopal and Roman Catholic Religious.  … Read more

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Brothers of Saint John the Evangelist (OSB)

The community strives to promote interest, study and understanding of the vocation to the Religious life, and to sustain a Religious community on South Whidbey … Read more

Church Army (CA)

Church Army is a community that prays. Our foundational values are to be Generous, Risk-taking, Accountable, Collaborative, Expectant, Unconditional and Prayerful. Church Army is a … Read more

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Church Mission Society (CMS)

We are a community of people set free to follow God’s call in mission. Our vision is to see all God’s people engaged in God’s … Read more

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Community of St Anselm (CoSA)

The Community of St Anselm is an Acknowledged Religious Community in the Church of England, founded by Archbishop Justin Welby in 2015 as part of … Read more

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Community of St Denys (CSD)

The Community was founded for mission work at home and overseas. The remaining Sister lives in individual accommodation. The present dispersed community of men and … Read more

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Community of Sts Barnabas & Cecilia (CSBC)

The Community of Sts Barnabas & Cecilia came into being in 1997, when the then Bishop of Willochra in South Australia, the Rt Revd David … Read more

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Community of the Gospel (CG)

We are a non-residential monastic community with standing in The Episcopal Church whose members help each other become more Christ-like. We do this by living … Read more

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Companions of St Luke, OSB (CSL)

The Companions of St Luke OSB is a dispersed Benedictine community as defined by the Canons of the Episcopal Church. As such, it includes members … Read more

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Company of Mission Priests (CMP)

The Company of Mission Priests is a dispersed community of male priests of the Anglican Communion who, wishing to consecrate themselves wholly to the Church’s … Read more

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Contemplative Fire (CF)

Contemplative Fire is a dispersed community having a threefold rhythm of life of prayer, study and action, or being, knowing, doing. Contemplative Fire: Creating a … Read more

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Gabriel Sisters (previously known as the Order of the Sisters of Jesus)

After a year of prayer and discernment, with help from a representative from the Advisory Council on the Religious Life, we are completing a process … Read more

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Little Sisters of St Clare (LSSC)

The Little Sisters of St. Clare is a Community of faithful women who seek to live a contemplative life of prayer, study, and service, in … Read more

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Order of the Ascension (OA)

The Order of the Ascension is a dispersed community. Professed Members have served the parishes of the church as priests and bishops, consultants, trainers and writers. … Read more

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Order of the Community of the Paraclete (OCP)

The Community of the Paraclete is an apostolic community offering an authentic Religious life of prayer and service. We were recognized by the Episcopal Church … Read more

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Society of Saint Anna the Prophet (SSAP)

The SSAP is a vowed religious community of elder women in the Episcopal Church USA. Their mission is Godly aging and ministry with the old … Read more

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Society of St Luke (SSL)

The Society of St Luke was established by the Christian Deaf Community (CDC) of the Middle East. CDC is an Anglican Religious Community within the … Read more

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Society of the Community of Celebration (SCC)

The Community of Celebration is a life-vowed, contemporary residential community whose roots stretch back to the renewal of the Church of the Redeemer, Houston, Texas, … Read more

The Community of Hopeweavers (CoH)

The Community of Hopeweavers are a dispersed fellowship of friends who seek God through stillness and silence, prayer, creativity, conversation and food, sharing the ups and downs … Read more

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