• Christ our Anchor is an Anglican mission in East Nashville that meets on Wednesday evenings for Evening Prayer and fellowship.

    We take jobs from those who have and give the labor to those in need. Neighbors and friends open their households, businesses, and lives to each other. We’re not a crisis center, we’re not a jobs ministry, we’re just God’s hands and feet meeting the needs of anyone who comes to us. We believe everyone has something to contribute to God’s kingdom.

    Everyone can make a difference in our community.. There are so many ways to help!

    • You can join us for community fellowship at The Potluck on Wednesdays.
    • You can set aside one Saturday a month to work alongside a neighbor.
    • If you've got work around your home or business, you can share your excess with a friend in need.

    More than social media posts, more than protests, and more than yard signs; giving space to a neighbor will affect change in Nashville. Set aside your busyness and join us as we live into the kingdom God has prepared for us!

  • Because of your support, we were able to purchase tools and work clothes for a homeless brother starting a full-time job today.

    Please pray that housing opens up for him quickly. It is challenging and not sustainable to work full time while living on the streets.

  • 🔊 Work is Good

    Today, I want to delve into the concept of work and its significance in our lives. Work is not just a means to an end but a reflection of our purpose as beings created in the image of God. From the very beginning, when God created the heavens and the earth, work has been intertwined with our existence.

    Despite the challenges introduced by sin, our work remains valuable and significant. Every task, big or small, can be an act of worship when approached with dedication and a desire to honor God in our labor. Let us embrace the gift of work as a means to express gratitude and participate in God’s ongoing work of creation and redemption.

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  • Please join us this Saturday as we go out to visit with our brothers and sisters on the street.

    We’ll hand out sandwiches, pray, and tell folk about the jobs and community waiting for them on Shelby Ave.

    Meet at 11 o’clock at St. Andrew’s in West Nashville so we can carpool.

  • 🔊 Trembling & Astonishment

    In today’s reflection, we delve into the profound impact of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, a foundational event that transformed the world. The Gospel passage underscores the reactions of those who encountered the empty tomb, evoking feelings of trembling and astonishment. This emotional response prompts introspection on how this miraculous event can still provoke such awe-inspiring reactions in our hearts and minds.

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  • We are thankful to God and extremely proud of our apprentice who starts a full time job tomorrow!

    Christ still works through His Church. The arms of Holy Mother Church and Jesus stand wide open to all who seek to live fully human, full of God’s life and light.