Organised by the Friends of Alton Abbey
Commemorating the end of WW1
to be given by Dom Andrew OSB & Mrs Lynne Rapson
To be held in the Alton Abbey Church : GU34 4AP
Date: Friday 12th October – 7pm
Tickets £30.00 for Lecture followed by supper.
Tickets available from:
Friends of Alton Abbey, Alton Abbey, Abbey Road, Beech Alton GU344AP
Cheques should be made payable to “Friends of Alton Abbey”.
Please include a SAE, and a telephone number or email, and information about dietary needs.
For further information – email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01420 562 126
A Retreat in company with Lewis Carroll’s dream child as she confronts folly, irrationality and cruelty.
October 3th – 5th
Retreat led by Dom Anselm OSB £85.00
Its never too early to order your Christmas cards
Dom Anselm has once again painted a stunning design
for our Christmas card – The Magi. We hope you will be as
delighted with it as we are.
The card is A6 size as before, but landscape shape.
Packs of 10 will continue to be in a single slip case.
Continue reading The Magi 2014
– New Vistas for us in the 21st Century
William Cooper-Bailey gives a fascinating account, not only of the world of the Early Christians, but the practical implications for us in the world today.
Continue reading Orthodox Church West and East
My brothers at Alton Abbey and I welcome you to this website. Through all the aspects of information technology, Anglican monastic and religious life has ceased to be what a former Archbishop of Canterbury referred to as ‘the best-kept secret of the Church of England’. Since the traditional communities are a fragile treasure in the Lord’s storehouse, we are greatly heartened by the interest evinced by those who express their concern or curiosity by electronic means having learnt something of our activities through the internet. It is our hope that the information you find on this site, and any other contact you may have with us, shall enrich your insight into the monastic life, and enhance your own faith journey. May God aid and bless us all.
+Giles Hill O.S.B. abbot.