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If you want to know more, we have a comprehensive Frequently-Asked-Questions
Section. In our Wiki, you can also read a Guide to Joining EarthAbbey. When you are ready, you can become a member of EarthAbbey by applying to join via The Cloister.



Welcome to EarthAbbey

EarthAbbey is a movement of people helping one another to live more in tune with the earth. We work to promote

  • A rich relational life between human beings
  • A compassion toward the earth and its creatures
  • A sense of interconnectedness of all life
  • Wisdom and justice in relationships
  • Human fulfilment and the nurture of the inner life
  • A way of living that leaves the earth better than we found it

Our inspiration derives from Jesus of Nazareth whose life and mission was to bring about a peace which embraces all creation.  We pursue a life-affirming, creative spirtuality that is open to all. EarthAbbey is more than a website. It is a movement of people and you are invited to join.


EarthAbbey’s community growing project Grow Zones is looking for people interested in starting a group in their own area. If you’d like to know more ... click here.

Take time to wander round the areas of this site

The Peasant Poet

Have you come across John Clare? If you like eco poetry, you will like this. He was a man born in a country village, who experienced the enclosures and wrote about it in the most remarkable, unpretentious and heartfelt poetry.

Easter Essay

The last few months I have been beavering away on a new book, provisionally entitled ‘A Faith you can believe in’. It aims to describe the relationship between faith and culture, working from the basics like What is truth? What is culture? etc, describing faith narratives in the context of the overall quest for well-being and assessing their potential for engagement with the environmental challenges that we face today. It has been a challenging task to write. Today I release a short extract based on Easter.

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