"An ancient faith for modern times"
Welcome to St. Patrick’s Anglican Church. We are located in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. As an Anglican church, St.Patrick’s is intentional in its liturgical and sacramental worship and commitment to Biblical authority and focus. – Fr. Ray Kasch, Rector
Feeding Our Spiritual Hunger with Alice Linsley
October 26, 9am-4pm at the Cole House
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St. Patrick’s worship is built upon a very old concept –that when we gather on Sunday it is so that we can give high and holy praise to a high and holy God
St. Patrick’s is part of the Anglican Church in North America, which is a member of the Anglican Communion.
6:03 pm – Evening Prayer and Spoken Mass (Quiet – Rite 1)
9:00 am – Joyful (1979 BCP Rite 2)
11:15 am – Sung Mass – Smells and Bells (1928 BCP)
Adult Education – 10:15AM Cole House
Children’s Sunday School – 10:15AM Cole House
St. Patrick’s Youth (SPY) – 1-3PM
Learn more about the GROW Campaign to build Phase II of our building!
Growing our parish and securing our future. The Great Hall will accomplish several things:
It will provide dedicated fellowship space easily accessible following worship.
Able to hold 120+ people, it will allow for larger events including teachings, music events, and receptions.
It will enable us to have a place to welcome guests.
With a large fireplace and several seating areas, it will encourage conversation.
Invite, Train, Send
At St. Patrick’s Anglican Church our vision and mission is to help connect people to faith
St. Patrick’s worship is built upon a very old concept –that when we gather on Sunday it is so that we can give high and holy praise to a high and holy God. At St. Patrick’s we want worship to be a meaningful experience for you, however we often remind ourselves that the focus of our worship is God, not us. So we treat worship with great reverence and joy and believe that we are a part of something that unites us with one another, Christians around the world and Saints across the ages.
Ruth A Woman of the People of God
Eighteenth Sunday After Pentecost.