• 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!

  • The Potluck is cancelled this evening. Please contact Fr. Michael if you need to meet or need help.

  • 🔊 Litany of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

    Join Fr. Michael as he prays the Litany of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

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  • Sacred Heart of Jesus

    This June, as last year, we will be joining our Roman sisters and brothers in daily praying the Litany of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

    In our devotions we will pray especially that the Lord look with favor on those who struggle to remain chaste in our culture; a culture that celebrates lust and disvalues human bodies.

    I do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant between me and the earth. Gen 9:13

    As we look at the sea of rainbows around us, we will not get angry. In compassion, we will pray for those led astray. We will pray that Christ, in His mercy, gives us the words to express His deep love for people. We will pray that the Spirit falls upon the Church to renew us and to empower us to support God’s people against the buffetings of Satan.

    The rainbow reminds us, that God has not forgotten. He sees us. He loves us. He died for us. He rose on the third day, and He will return again to make all things new.

    “Jesus, meek and humble of heart. Make our hearts like unto thine.”

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  • 🔊 Not of This World

    Remember, friends, Jesus has defeated death. We will live forever with him in his kingdom. We are not of this world, but of the world that is to come with his return. Keep the faith. Stay strong in the struggles. Pray and know that he listens.

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  • If you have time in your schedule, there are two brothers in Christ right now who need nothing more than a few hours of your time. — One needs driven to a few places to apply for jobs; the other needs a ride to get his bus pass & assistance getting a lease signed for an apartment.

    Contact Fr. Michael if you can help! info@christouranchor.org