Fruit Corner

Greg Thompson

Postal Address
10 Cotham Park

0117 924 1241
Year started
Urban/central Bristol
Number of over 18s
Number of under 18s
Ideological focus
Intentional Christian Community(new contemporary monastic)
Legal structure
registered charity
Open in principle to new members
Charge visitors
Work in Lieu

“Lord grant that I may seek to comfort than to be comforted; to understand than to be understood; to love than to be loved; for it is by forgetting self that one finds; it is by dying that one awakens to eternal life. Amen” (St Francis of Assisi) For us living in an Intentional Christian community is not only a great opportunity but in many ways life changing. Our ideal is that over a period of time the ryhthm of giving and receiving evident in community life inspires in people a more selfless existence, one where life is not so much ‘me’ focussed, more outward looking. We also hope to foster an accountibility with each other that facilitates continuing positive change. We want people to leave community life with more love than they arrived with and more able to give that love away. There are 15 of us living here at Fruit Corner and whilst the turnover of community members is not frequent we do have members that move on from time to time. We are also part of an informal network in central Bristol of 12 other Christian community houses. If you are interested in this pilmgrimage please get in touch.  “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.  “And may the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.”

community shares income to some extent
community does not require capital from members
community has broadband internet access
community does not generates any of its own electricity
community does not use solar energy
community buildings not insulated to a high standard
community members use bicycles
community does not have an organised system for car sharing
community is accessible by public transport
community shares utilities
community has tool sharing system
community has organised systems for recycling
community does not have any kind of ecosewage system
community is not involved in land management
community does not grow vegetables
no communal animals
regular communal meals
community has policy which restricts smoking
community buildings not wheelchair accessible
community is not involved in campaigning

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