We are a group of vibrant parishes and individuals in the Diocese of Canterbury who are proud to celebrate within the Anglo-Catholic tradition of the Church of England.
We see our role as champions of the joyful celebration of the Anglo-Catholic worship as revealed though tradition and in obedience to scripture.
We see ourselves as continuing within and abiding to the orthodox (tradition) and catholic (universal) nature of the Church of Christ.
Please see Society Blog - Chrism Mass on the 31st March 2015 at 12noon within the Crypt of Canterbury Cathedral.
Better Together - A new initiative
The Bishops of the Society have recently launched an initiative to bring people of differing views within the Church of England together.
Please support this initiative by visiting the Better Together campaign website: www.bettertogethercampaign.co.uk
Record numbers join Society in Canterbury Diocese
In May 2013 Fr Michael Morris, Rector of Harbledown, confirmed that the number of individual members of the Society in the Diocese of Canterbury has reached over 115.
Can you help increase our numbers? Are you not yet a member and live in the Canterbury Diocese? Or do you know someone who does? Joining costs £5 per year (subject to change). We are a friendly group of Anglo-Catholics who are looking to strengthen the Church of England and Christendom with our presence and traditional style of worship.
Click here to join.
Bishop Norman of Richborough
The Society was delighted to receive as a special guest to the Society meeting (25th August 2012) Bishop Norman. (Click here to read more)