The first wave of what is commonly termed ‘new monasticism’ came as a response to the aftermath of the Second World War, when people had lost faith in the traditional forms of church, and were searching for new expressions of community that reflected a genuine faith.
Since then, there have been many forms of new monastic communities emerge all over the world, many within the traditional denominations and some totally independent.
Listen to the talk
Inspired by Reverend Ian Mosby’s talk at a conference at Lambeth Palace in October 2018. Ian is vicar of All Saints Peckham, London and has established a new monastic community practicing the principles of what he taught at the conference. Read the notes here.