Anglican Religious Orders
- The Community of the Holy Cross, a Benedictine community of nuns in England
- The Society of the Holy Cross, a religious society for priests in the Anglican Communion
- The Society of the Holy Cross (Korea) (SHC), an order of women religious within the Anglican Church of Korea
- The Order of the Holy Cross (OHC), an Anglican Benedictine community based in New York state in the United States
- The Sisters of the Holy Cross (Melanesia), a former Anglican order of sisters who converted to Roman Catholicism in 1950
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