Four Winds Anglican Mission is a faith community focused on the 3 spiritual streams (Holy Spirit – Scripture – Sacraments) , we blend old and new traditions of worship as we honor the wisdom of the early church fathers  in contemporary ways. We are located about an hour south of Nashville in Columbia, TN.  Four Winds is a part of the Anglican tradition

Our service uses ancient forms of worship alongside progressive expressions of Faith.  If you have never experienced any form of church liturgy it may feel foreign to you, but it will provide a new and deeper dimension to experiencing God.

Between the traditional sacraments, symbolism, call and response prayer, and imagery used throughout the service, it is impossible to absorb all the intended meaning and depth in just one sitting.  Each week as you return to our services you will begin to sense the rhythm and the flow of our Faith heritage. Our worship is very intentional.  It has purposeful ebbs and flows.  Like a thoughtful poem each element builds upon the next and each layer builds upon deeper layers of meaning creating a rich tapestry of authentic worship and shared devotion.

Liturgy literally means, ‘the work of the people.’  This means that what we do in each service is done as before God, and we do it together.  The ultimate goal each week is to pour ourselves out completely in worship to God that He might once again fill us anew.  As we take this Pilgrim journey, we seek to bring a beautiful, truthful, and excellent offering to our God, together as a family of Faith. If you’d like to join us in our ancient-future worship, we would love to have you visit. 

To discover more about Four Winds Anglican, we recommend exploring this website further. In it you will find links to key elements of who we are and what we do as a church. Our hope is for you to find a community of faith to call home.

You can download a PDF of our Anglican service liturgy by clicking a link on this page.








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