People like you. Christians. “God-fearers.” Men and women convinced by the evidence for the existence of Jesus the Nazarene, and persuaded of his extraordinary claims by the astonishing miracles he was able to perform and the amazing difference he still makes today.
Specifically, we’re a “mission” of the Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee. Huh? An outpost of the "Anglican" movement in the heart of the Bible-belt: we represent a venerable, tried n’ tested blend of diverse elements developed in the High Middle Ages by the very first English-speaking “evangelicals” – translators and scholars of the Bible who felt drawn to separate themselves from a foreign-controlled church that had abandoned its calling: to be a “light” in the world; a place of transformation. Of “salvation.” This is what we aspire to be. Join us.
|Dec.||4th, 11th & 18th||1900||Rite I Holy Communion||A more subdued, meditative, ancient service in Tudor English, using the King James translation.|
|22nd||1700||The “Nativity Service”||A re-enactment by children of the captivating story of Jesus’ birth, interspersed by our most loved carols.|
|24th||2330||Midnight “Mass”||A beautiful candle-lit celebration with incense.|
|25th||1000||Christmas Day!||Join us for a brief but joyful start to your festivities on the special day.|
|26th||1800||St. Stephen’s Day||A celebration of the Holy Eucharist to commemorate the Church’s first martyr.|
|Jan.||6th||1800||A Celebration of the Holy Eucharist for the Feast of Epiphany||A celebration of the Holy Eucharist to commemorate the traditional arrival of the Magi, followed by mulled wine and cookies.|
Join us in the Spring as we explore the meaning of being in but not of the world.
– that’s a funny word from the Old World. It means “over-seer” or "pastor." But we call him: “Fr. Ben.”