A network of emerging sacramental  
practitioners and dreamers. 
To worship, recharge,
share ideas, pray and support in mission. 

Who are we?

The Sanctum Collective is a coming together of various strands of creative mission, worship and community: Alternative Worship, Sacramental Fresh Expressions, New Monasticism and Anglo-Catholic Renewal. 
We recognise that Pioneers are found in diverse roles and contexts, Parish Churches, Cathedrals, New Communities and Church Plants. We recognise that Sacramental Mission is naturally at home in a blended economy.

We hold a main gathering yearly in July at Mirfield which is open to any who wish to contribute.  In 2020 we also held a smaller gathering in Salisbury.

As individuals and as a network we are available to support and resources others especially through Sanctum Connect.

On this site you can find out about us, read about our story, enjoy our gallerynetwork further, and read reflections on past gatherings.

Sanctum is part of the Transcendence Trust.

When I found Sanctum Connect
I felt like I had found my people.

- Sanctum Participant

Core Team

Sue Wallace

Liturgical Curator

Liturgist, Precentor,
Artist, Composer.
Transcendence Trust

Eddie Green

Community Enabler

Anglo-Catholic Charismatic, 
Blended Pioneer.

Robb Sutherland


Creative, Tech,
Estate Mission.
Rock Mass

Jonnie Parkin


Monastic Inspired.
Diocese of Lincoln

Simon Rundell


Pusher of Pixels
and Sacraments.

Rowan Williams


Precentor. Inclusive Catholic. Academic. Muso.
Peterborough Cathedral

Sanctum is a great space to explore where God is leading us as creative people who find Him in the sacraments. It is a place to be inspired to experiment with new ideas in the coming years.

- Sanctum Participant

Discuss. Share. Worship

3rd-6th Aug 2020: Online
This year we will be experiencing Mission & Community through life changing sacraments.
In worship, in conversation, in listening to the voice of God.
Everyone who comes to Sanctum is a participant.
Everyone is strongly encouraged to bring an online prayer station.
Everyone is strongly encouraged to bring a story to share in our Zoom Show and Tell sessions.
A free online retreat on YouTube & live on Zoom. Registration required.

The style of worship felt like coming home. 
I think it was the multi-sensory nature
    of the worship, the times for silence
        and reflection and the chance
            to participate that made such a difference.

- Sanctum Participant

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I enjoyed the opportunity to worship
in ways that speak to me.
It was fantastic to see how people collaborated during the day to create
    creative worship for the worship times.
The prayer stations were inspiring.

- Sanctum Participant

Discuss. Share. Worship

3rd-4th Feb 2020: Sarum College
This smaller gathering met for the first time this year.
We hope to meet again next year.

Sarum College Salisbury

A limited number of single rooms are available on site.
Or buy day only tickets.

Slapdash. Haphazard.