It brings together men and women, celibates, singles, priests (Religious Institute), and couples who choose to witness together of their faith in Jesus Christ and to work together for the unity of Christians.
The majority of the brothers and sisters of the Community work professionally.
Others work full-time serving the Church.
The Community lives by its work and divine Providence
in order to accomplish God’s projects in the mission.
It has over 1500 members in 25 countries.
It has missions, now, in over 50 countries, and is implanted in around 15 countries.
The Community has become international.
► Welcoming visitors
► Upkeep of the Abbey through renovations
► International Formation Centre
The Abbey, each year, welcomes for 3 months or one year, young people from all continents and different Christian denominations. They follow a Biblical, theological and community formation to serve the Church. Through prayer, spiritual accompaniment and community life, the time of formation is a time to discern their calling.
Cana sessions are also offered. They allow couples and families to refind the meaning of their life as a couple, of their marriage and of the family today, by broaching essential questions. They permit an opening to God’s action in moulding the couple and sharing with others the difficulties and richness of the life of a twosome.
More on the Chemin Neuf Community
Reception in the abbey : +33 4 79 54 26 12 - Fax : +33 4 79 54 29 94
E-mail : accueil.hautecombe-at-laposte.net
Visits, shop :
+33 4 79 54 58 80 - Fax. +33 4 79 54 29 94
E-mail : librairie.hautecombe-at-wanadoo.fr
Abbaye d’Hautecombe - 73310 SAINT-PIERRE-DE-CURTILLE
Website : www.hautecombe.org
© Communauté du Chemin Neuf