Community of Our Saviour



"Let us set out on this way with the Gospel for our guide."
  
                                             St. Benedict,  Prologue to the Rule

"The Lord is my light and my salvation, whom then shall I fear?”
WELCOME! TO THE COMMUNITY OF OUR SAVIOUR!
We are an Anglican Benedictine Religious Order in the Catholic Tradition following a modified Rule of St. Benedict.
 
Our members are dispersed, and may be single, married, lay and ordained. We live at home with our families and, when possible, come together periodically in our local church for prayer, training/formation, ministry and fellowship.

Our ministry mission is to engage in the Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy to the best of our ability and resources, and in accordance with our particular state in life.
 
We come together as a community once each year (normally during the month of May)  for our Chapter Meeting and Retreat at the Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Monastery in Conyers, Georgia.

Please pray that God Who has begun His work in us may bring it to fulfillment.


Brother Charles-Michael Martin, C.O.S. presented his temporary vows before Father Michael-Peter, C.O.S. The small ceremony was held at the Anglican Church of St. Francis of Assisi in Jonesboro, GA on June 4th, 2016. Brother Charles-Michael is currently completing his studies for the permanent diaconate. He is the People's Warden at St. Francis Church and is actively involved in the parish's Feed the Hungry program and assisting the homeless.
Brother Charles joined the Benedictines of Our Saviour on November 1, 2012. Our prayers are with Brother Charles as he pursues his studies and continues his ministry to the homeless.
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Corporal Works of Mercy

The Corporal Works of Mercy are these kind acts by which we help our neighbors with their material and physical needs.


feed the hungry
give drink to the thirsty
clothe the naked
shelter the homeless
visit the sick
visit the imprisoned
bury the dead   

 

Spiritual Works of Mercy

 

The Spiritual Works of Mercy are acts of compassion, as listed below, by which we help our neighbors with their emotional and spiritual needs.


counsel the doubtful
instruct the uninformed
advise the sinner
comfort the afflicted
forgive offenses
bear wrongs patiently
pray for the living and the dead