Sisters of Nazareth

Hammersmith Refurbishment

Nazareth House Hammersmith is being completely refurbished to meet modern care needs and to provide an outstanding home for residents to live in and staff to work in. When complete, all bedrooms will have ensuite wet rooms and most rooms will be larger with wider corridors and many facilities relocated to make them easier to access. Please consider making a donation to support the refurbishment.

Useful Links

The following are websites which have information and services previous enquirers have found useful.

Archive Enquiries

The Generalate Archive is not open to the public and does not have facilities for personal searchers, although exceptions may be made for academic researchers by prior arrangement.

The Generalate Archive

The Generalate Archive was set up in 1994 by Dr Peter Hughes at the request of Mother Bernard Mary Murray, Superior General. From very small beginnings – a single small box of papers – the Archive has grown exponentially over the ensuing years and is now housed in the Nazareth Heritage Centre.

The Nazareth Heritage Centre

The Nazareth Heritage Centre was opened on the 24th September, 2020, by Bishop Michael Campbell OSA. The Centre holds the history, records, documents, artefacts, portraits, photographs and information of the founding and continuation of the Congregation of the Sisters of Nazareth. Together with the Congregation’s Archive, the Centre is housed in a former school of the Congregation. The collection is displayed in four different sections:


All reality is holy by virtue of its creation in Christ, and the consecration of the world through the incarnation. We are part of the world and, even though we are a unique expression of God’s creative activity, nevertheless share an organic unity with every element of the natural world in which we live.

We pray for you every day…

Every day the Sisters of Nazareth pray for their benefactors and those who ask for their prayers through the intercession of Victoire Larmenier, also named Mother St Basil, their Foundress.