College of Resurrection


Last updated 9th February 2020
Name of library Community of the Resurrection
College of the Resurrection
Address Community & College of the Resurrection, Stocksbank Road, Mirfield, West Yorkshire, WF14 0BW
Telephone CoR Library: 01924 483312
College Library: 01924 481917
Alternative names
Contact & Job Title Anisha Christison MSc MCLIP, Academic Librarian
Purpose & main user community of the library Community of the Resurrection (Research Library)
College of the Resurrection (supports undergraduate and postgraduate students studying Theology/Liturgy)
Terms of access External visitors to either library must email the Librarian for access.
Opening hours
Disabled access Community of Resurrection Library: No
College of Resurrection Library: Yes
Lending to other libraries & visitors No lending to other libraries at present.
Number of volumes 80,000 (Community of the Resurrection)
20,000 (College of the Resurrection)
Periodicals – Back Issues Community of The Resurrection
American Benedictine Review
Anglican Theological Review
Cistercian Studies
Collectaniae Cisterciensa
Ecclsia Orans
Ecumenical Society BVM
Ephemerides Liturguicae
Expository Times
Journal of Ecclesiastical History
Journal of Theological Studies
Modern Theology
One In Christ
Pastoral Way
Renaissance de Fleury
Studia Liturgica
College of The Resurrection:
Art & Christianity
Current Periodicals
Other materials
Volumes added per year
An academic library of 20,000+ volumes, with special emphasis on biblical, doctrinal, liturgical and pastoral studies.THE COMMUNITY’S LIBRARY
The collection holds 80,000 volumes with strengths in liturgy, biblical studies, church history, patristics and homiletics.
Special Collections Under review.

Many rare items in the Mirfield Collection, can be found at the University of York Library:

Research resource
Catalogue Type  IS Oxford Heritage Cirqa 5.1
URL of catalogue
Other facilities
Full Time Staff
Part Time Staff  1 Librarian (18.5 hours per week)
Voluntary Staff  5
Changes in next five years affecting the above
Anything else about the library  Both libraries are on the same site and are connected by the Community