A new expression of monasticism
Founded in the tradition of the Episcopal Church, with a Celtic spirit, Anamchara Fellowship has received canonical recognition by the House of Bishops’ Committee on the Religious Life. We are an inclusive community, welcoming all people: clergy and lay, married, single, or partners in a committed relationship. Members of the Fellowship may live in their own homes or in groups as the ability for that arises. Each member must be self-supporting, and we are bound to each other by common ideals and a commitment to prayer and service. Our primary ministries focus on retreats and quiet days, pastoral care, intercessory prayer and spiritual direction.
Founded in the tradition of the Episcopal Church, with a Celtic spirit. Anamchara Fellowship has received canonical recognition by the
Daily life should be lived in a spirit of blessing and generosity. To offer a blessing to each person you
Prayer is the foundation of all Religious Life. It is from this basis that our life and ministry flow. Lack
The Purpose: The members of The Anamchara Fellowship commit to pursue a consecrated life, lived either together in community or
Anamchara is a Gaelic word for “soul friend”. It was the style of formation given to a new monk or