The Archbishop of Canterbury is inviting 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 – all based at Lambeth Palace in London.88-mdg_stanselmcommissioning2016-5624

Find out more about life in the community:

Apply to join in September 2018 here.

Who was St Anselm? 

Saint Anselm, a Benedictine monk and brilliant scholar, was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1093-1114. His motto of ‘faith seeking understanding’ reminds us that the faith journey begins with an active love of God – and from this love a deeper knowledge of God follows. Anselm became a monk when he was 27 – when he first enquired about the possibility, aged 15, he was turned away.