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During your week, let's connect through community. Below you will find several ways to get connected to our fellowship throughout the week. All of these events are outside our weekly Sunday Morning Service at 10:30am.
Be sure to add these upcoming community hangs to your calendars!
- August 26th - Sevier Park
Let's spend time together this summer and enjoy the outdoors as a community. We encourage you to bring any outdoor yard games with you. All of the picnics will start right after service ends, between 1-1:15pm. We ask that you bring a side or drinks to share with the community.
Let's get creative this year and bring something different than a bag of chips or potato salad from Kroger. The internet is full of fun and simple recipes. The church will provide Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, and Veggie Burgers.
Grow- Sunday Night Discipleship
Know God, Know Each Other
When: Sunday evenings from 4:30-6pm at the church building.
Beloved is for women in all walks of life who want to seek the face of God together, in the midst of community.
When: Weekly Small Groups
The heart of Anchor Men is in banding together to seek what it means to be a man of God.
When: Weekly Small Groups
the artist's way
The Artist Way is a book about overcoming creative blocks and connecting to deeper levels of creativity. The basis is that the creative life is meant for everyone because we were all created by God and made in His image.
When: Next Session begins August 16th at 7pm.
Establishing a community of friendship and support for our amazing Anchor Moms. We strive to create an environment for moms to meet, communicate, and help each other through God's love and grace.
For more info, email April Ban at firstname.lastname@example.org
Throughout your week, here are some tools to help guide and support your personal engagement with Jesus.
God is inviting us as a community to listen with intention. Listen to Him, wait on Him, commune with Him. He is calling to us and ready to engage with us always.
Another way we can encounter scripture is to use the themes found in scripture as inspiration for art. There is evidence of God all around us if we take the time to pay attention.
Twice a year the Anchor draws from monastic traditions to intersect our busy paced lives with a slower and simpler pursuit of God called Monastery.
This is currently under construction. We are rebuilding our library. Check back soon for more info on this. If you have any requests for the new library email: email@example.com