For the months of June & July, we will not be holding our EVENING services. During this sabbatical, we will be re-imagining the service, building a leadership, and calling a core of people who want to invest in the service and make it their own. In August, we will plant what will essentially be a new Evening Service. While it will probably still have worship, an offering, communion, and a sermon, it will also have a community surrounding it who have vision and a desire to see the Lord, and renewed sense of purpose within the larger community of the Anchor and the city of Nashville. Please be praying this summer with the pastors and elders at the Anchor, pray that God would use this time off to build the community of the church, to ignite a core group to "plant" the service, and what your part may be. We feel strongly that this is where the Lord is leading us, and so also trust that He has a plan and people that will be revealed!
EVERY FIRST SUNDAY: LUNCH AT THE FARMER'S MARKET. Join us after the morning service on the first Sunday of each month to fellowship with the Anchor community at the Nashville Farmer's Market. 900 Rosa L. Parks Blvd. Nashville, TN 37208. All are welcome!
CONNECTION: COLLEGE MINISTRY - Every 2nd Wednesday night, the Anchor will host a night of worship with the College Ministry, and all are welcome! Come out at 7pm and be a part.
BELOVED @ THE WELL // LIFE ALONGSIDE ONE ANOTHER - Beloved is a gathering of women that celebrates who you are, your passions, gifts, and experiences. We meet the 2nd and 4th Thursday's of the month: 7PM at The Well coffee shop - 4002 Granny White Pike Nashville, TN 37204. Email Mary at email@example.com with any questions.
If you are interested in HOSTING or LEADING a home group, email David at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many worship recordings are a reflection of what the Lord has done in the midst of a congregation or community. The Anchor Fellowship Live, 2012, was, for the Anchor, a record of what God was doing as the Holy Spirit changed us. This year didn't start any differently, but as we wrote, prayed, and worshipped together a new theme emerged: the hope of glory to come. We don't worship a God who exists solely in the past, or simply asks to be remembered or memorialized. We worship Jesus: the Beginning and the End, the hope in our past, present, and future. So our prayer is that as you listen and worship with us, you will be moved by the Spirit to lift up your eyes, see the goodness of God before you, and press on.