Saint Augustine's House

Lutheran Monastery and Retreat House

Saint Augustine's House

Lutheran Monastery and Retreat House

Saint Augustine’s House

Lutheran Monastery and Retreat House
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Who we are…

The Congregation of the Servants of Christ-St. Augustine’s House-is an ecumenical Christian community whose life of discipleship is inspired and shaped by the Holy Rule of St. Benedict. We identify with the Lutheran tradition, understood as a movement within and for the one holy catholic and apostolic Church of Jesus Christ.
We are committed to the growth of the permanent resident community, to the pursuit of ecumenical understanding, and to the provision of retreats for members of the Fellowship of St. Augustine and others. We seek to serve the whole Church by our life of prayer and by the use of our facilities.

Daily News

Cyprian of Carthage, Bishop & Martyr

Cyprian, Bishop and Martyr of Carthage Cyprian was born around 200 AD in North Africa, of pagan parents. He was a prominent trial lawyer and teacher of rhetoric. Around 246 he became a Christian, and in 248 was chosen Bishop of Carthage. During the reign of the Emperor Valerian, Carthage suffered a severe plague...

Terce on Sunday

Sunday at Terce – Blessed are those whose way is blameless, who walk in the law of the LORD! Blessed are those who keep his decrees, who seek him with their whole heart, who also do no wrong, but walk in his ways! ~Psalm 119:1-3

Holy Cross Day

September 14 – Holy Cross Day – According to legends, the True Cross was discovered in 326 by Saint Helena, the mother of the Roman Emperor Constantine, during a pilgrimage she made to Jerusalem. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre was then built at the site of the discovery, by order of Helena and...

Resources and Contact

Newsletter

Current newsletter

Ordo

Ordo for the current liturgical year.

Articles and Documents

Written resources for the community.

Social Media

We post daily updates, photos and prayers to our page.

Where are we?

St. Augustine’s House is located on the north side of Drahner Road, 2½ miles east of M 24 (between Barr and Hosner Roads).