The church is the body of Christ. It is a living, breathing community dedicated to faithful obedience to our Lord. St. Patrick’s stands in a long and beautiful tradition of the Anglican Church and aspires to always give high and holy praise to the high and holy God.
We come from many different backgrounds and have different stories, but we have come together to walk the way of Christ. On any given Sunday you’ll see shorts and suits, ties and tattoos worshipping side by side. Some were not Christians, some were part of other Christian traditions, but each have found a home here at St. Patrick’s.
I hope you do as well. If we can assist you or answer any questions, please let us know.
- Get Connected: If you are a visitor text “welcome” to 615-645-1549 and if you would like to stay in contact text “loop” to the same number.
- New Flags: Following the example of our Bishop and his cathedral we have placed in the Nave the flags of our members, demonstrating that Christ is for all the nations. They are US, Canada, England, Egypt (on order), Nigeria, Burma and Ireland for our patron saint. As people of other nations join our parish we will add their flags. It is only through Christ that the nations will be healed and come together.
- Second Saturday Sackers: Sat., July 9, 10:00 am, Cole House. Meet monthly with the Benedictines to pack approximately 30 lunches for people waiting at the hospital. Short devotional before leaving. See Sister Kelly Stovall.
- Blessing of the Back Pack – August 7. Prayers for students and teachers.
- SPY: Taking a summer break..
- Bible Study: Taking a summer break..
- Join us on Facebook: St. Patrick’s has a page where we can post important parish news and thoughts that edify. “St. Patrick’s Anglican Church”
- Fr. Ray’s and Fr. Chris’ Blogs: frkasch.com and chrisfindley.com
- Kirk Dearman CD’s available: Soothing, calming piano instrumentals and worship CD’s with vocals. See Kirk after services.
- Click on this link to to sign up for the Anglican Diocese of the South newsletter.
5:00 pm – Evening Prayer and Spoken Mass (Quiet – Rite 1)
9:00 am – Family Mass with Children’s Sermon (Joyful – Rite 2)
11:00 am – Holy Communion (1928 BCP)
1st Wed – 6:30pm – Spoken Mass With Unction (Healing – 1928 BCP)
Holy Days 6:30pm – Spoken Mass (Connecting – 1928 BCP)