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Visiting the Community of the Resurrection at Mirfield   

"All who arrive as guests are to be welcomed like Christ, for he is going to say "I was a stranger and you welcomed me". The respect due to their station is to be shown to all, particularly to those of one family with us in the faith and to pilgrims".

The Rule of Saint Benedict Chapter LIII

UPDATE: July 2017 - Information about visiting CR and suggestions for visits may be accessed on the CR website.

The essence of what it is to be involved with CR is derived from experience of the Community. All Companions are encouraged to visit the Community and would be most welcome; the importance of building a relationship with a real place and real people cannot be stressed enough.

Various group retreats are organised throughout the year, led by a retreat conductor, including an annual Companions retreat. You may also stay at the Community for a private retreat. There are facilities for the disabled and a limited number of ground floor rooms are available. Visitors normally eat with the Community and join with the Brethren in worship at the Daily Offices of Matins, the Midday Office and Holy Communion, Evensong and Compline. 

In addition, all services are open to the public.

Welcome Area


Retreat House


Example of a Bedroom A Guest Kitchen Guest Lounge

Part of the Guest Library

The Annexe (en-suite rooms)

Art Room


It is possible to travel on a direct train from London (Kings Cross) to Mirfield station. 

Catering leaflet