The Community of the Resurrection is an Anglican monastic community located at Mirfield in West Yorkshire (UK). Inspired by the rule of St Benedict, it is not cut off from the world; it is fully part of the Anglican Church of England and its brethren work hand-in-hand with a wide variety of people in the UK and overseas. The Community was founded to act as an association of Christians who desire to follow the Gospel life after the pattern of those recorded in the Acts of the Apostles of whom it is said "they continued steadfastly in the Apostles' teaching and in the fellowship, in the breaking of the bread and in the prayers. The company of those who believed were of one heart and one soul and no one said that any of these things which he possessed was his own but they have everything in common". Founded in Oxford in 1892 by the Rev Charles Gore, the Community moved to Mirfield in 1898 to be close to the then thriving industrial centres. Members of the Community of the Resurrection follow a routine of daily prayer and worship. The Community undertakes charitable work at home and overseas; this includes pastoral, evangelistic, literary, educational and other charitable works for the advancement of religion. The Community also makes grants and give support to others engaged in similar activities. At the moment we are raising funds to re-order the magnificent church to ensure it stays fit for purpose.