It’s not just the ACS working here from Commercial Street.

We share our offices with CSB, The Church Union, Glastonbury Pilgrimage, St John’s Guild and GSS. Click below to find out more.

The Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament (CBS) was founded in 1862 as part of the Catholic Revival in the Church of England. Its aim was to be, first of all, a confraternity (brotherhood) of men and women praying and working for a greater devotion to Jesus Christ in the Eucharist and in the Sacrament of his Body and Blood.

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Membership of the Church Union brings us into a direct relationship with the many heroes of the Catholic Revival in the Church of England, which started with the Oxford Movement in the 1830’s and 1840’s.

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Before the annual Pilgrimage started in 1924, there were three great occasions in Glastonbury, all worth recalling. After the 1897 Lambeth Conference, when the Abbey was still owned by the Austin family, 130 Bishops including 32 from the United States came to Glastonbury, many taking the 0940 from Waterloo on the 3rd August at the cost of a guinea, and arriving three and a half hours later.

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Meeting the spiritual, physical and sensory needs of people who are blind, or visually impaired, and providing resources where possible to meet those needs, to enable them to fully participate in church services and spiritual activities

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The Guild of Servants of the Sanctuary is a Guild of Altar Servers which seeks to deepen the spiritual life of its members and to help them to become more worthy of their high office.

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