Community of the Glorious Ascension
The Community of the Glorious Ascension (CGA) is an Anglican monastic community in the United Kingdom, co-founded in 1960 by twin brothers Michael Ball and Peter Ball who both later became bishops. It was founded in Stratford Park in Stroud, Gloucestershire. Until 2012 There was also a small house of sisters at Prasada in Montauroux, in the South of France. This has since been closed and the sisters retired to the mother house in the UK.
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- Income and Expenditure Account for the year ended on 31 December 2014, filed at Companies House, accessed 1 January 2016
- Community of the Glorious Ascension Limited; Companies in the UK
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