The Hospitallers of St. Martin

Hospitallers of Saint Martin (HoSM) is a sister ministry of EVF; a new Christian community in the monastic tradition with special emphasis on healing the wounds of war. 

HoSM Members

Br. Chris Thompson, HoSM

Br. Chris Thompson, HoSM

An ordained priest for 38 years, Chris has served as a parish priest and a Reserve US Air Force Chaplain for 22 years. Order has always been a part of his life and Chris has searched for a community that would center him. Prior to finding HoSM, he worked with the State of West Virginia’s Department of Veterans Assistance as the Director for Suicide Prevention and Education. Once Chris located the Community, it found his longing. 

Br. Jeffrey Neal Stevenson, HoSM

On May 14, 2017, at the principal Sunday Eucharist of Saint James’ Episcopal Church, Warrenton, Jeffrey Neal Stevenson became the newest member of the HoSM. Br. Jeffrey made his vows in front of the entire congregation and the Suffragan Bishop of Virginia, the Rt. Rev’d Susan E. Goff. We are grateful for Br. Jeffrey’s call to this ministry, to The Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, Virginia Theological Seminary and to St. James’ Church for recognizing his calling in such a public way. Please join us in praying for our new brother in his call.

Br. David W. Peters, HoSM Prior

Br. John Moock, HoSM

Lynn Smith-Henry, HoSM

Hospitallers Content

Habit Order Form

This page contains sizing information and an alb order form with shipping information. 

Hospitallers Reading List

Recommended texts for Hospitallers including links for ordering can be found on this page.

Hospitaller Vows

This page contains the vows for the Hospitallers of St. Martin.

RULE OF LIFE

This page contains the Customary of the Hospitallers of St. Martin.

CUSTOMARY

This page contains the Customary of the Hospitallers of St. Martin.

CONSTITUTION

This page contains the Constitution of the Hospitallers of St. Martin.