The Mirfield Centre represents the public programmes of the Community. From retreats to school visits, sabbaticals to artists-in-residence and day events to residential conferences, we offer something for all needs, tastes and interests.
People who stay at the Mirfield Monastery, home of the Community of the Resurrection, come for a variety of different reasons. These can be individually arranged retreats, guided retreats led by a member of the Community or the College, week long special courses, or clergy retreats.
We aim to renew this place of hospitality, welcome and learning as a resource for Church and society in a turbulent and changing world.
Our aim is to ensure that all who come can share in our life and leave refreshed and renewed through their experience.
The weekend of 7-9 July 2017 marked the 125th anniversary of the Community, and we were delighted to welcome hundreds of guests from across the country (and beyond) to join the celebrations. A selection of images from the re-hallowing of the Church on the Sunday. Our Visitor, the Bishop of Norwich, was assisted by Bishops Jack Nicholls and Stephen Platten.
If you would like to purchase a copy of The Church of the Resurrection, the illustrated history of the church from design to re-hallowing, please visit our Bookshop.
Visit or Stay
We welcome you to come to CR and to share in our life. Some come regularly to talk with a brother, others spend a day or two experiencing this very different environment. Individuals and groups come on retreat and pilgrimage, share in the teaching and courses we offer and join us in worship and meals.