St Matthew's Episcopal Church, McMinnville Tennessee
Welcomes you!
105 Edgewood Avenue, McMinnville, TN 37110
105 Edgewood Avenue, McMinnville, TN 37110

Who are we?

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.



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When?

Sundays
@10:00
We usually have Bible-study at 0900 followed by worship at 1000 on Sunday mornings. There are extra gatherings at Christmas and during Easter, when we come together to commemorate especially momentous events like Jesus’ birth, execution and his defeat of death. – Wait, he did what? Yup. And we've reliable eye-witness testimony that once he’d done that, he disappeared into the heavens, promising to share his power-to-change-lives with you and me. Come and learn more.

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Know: How We Got Our Bible - from the great people at Zondervan and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary: Starts Aug. 18th @ 1130

Muslims claim the Qur'an is straight from the mouth of God. But what about the Holy Scriptures? How did we get those? A 13 week, 1 hour session course in which you’ll learn the dramatic history of the Holy Bible from its ancient beginnings to the present day. Along the way, you’ll encounter key figures in its composition, & come to appreciate more fully its reliability as a record of some pretty amazing events. This is a DVD-based series.

Our "Vicar"

Father Ben Randall - St Matthew's Church McMinnville Tennessee– that’s a funny word from the Old World. It means “over-seer” or "pastor." But we call him: “Fr. Ben.”

Born in Cambridge (U.K.), he also studied “God-stuff” at the university in that city. Married and a dad; DC comics fan; follow him on twitter @rev_b_randall. You can read his sermons here.