Situated towards the West of the Estate you will find the Abbey Church, which is dedicated to Christ the King, and was originally consecrated by the then former bishop of Derby.
Do have a look inside, and while you are here perhaps you would like to give a Donation towards its work.
The Floor of the Abbey is in memory of people and is made of Solid Slate.
You will find information about the Memorial Floor once you are inside.
The Windows are designed about Unity and Diversity, and you will see symbols such as the Lamb of God, Liturgical Colours, the Four Gospels, and you will in this part of the Abbey feel its simplicity.
The Community of the King of Love was founded in one of the Oldest Theological Colleges in England.
Queens Theological College part of the University of Birmingham in 1969.
The Community was the first ecumenical community in England, and has been a registered charity no 271207 since 1975.
It works is towards reconciliation between people of diverse culture and Christian traditions.
Entrance to the Community follows the traditional monastic forms of Aspirant Novice and Full Member.
Traditional Vows are Detachment Chastity and Obedience.
Copies of the Rule are available for people to read and can be found in the Abbey Church.