Blue Ridge Anglican Mission

A church for the mountains and foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Learn more about our story by clicking the below button.

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“We have been called to heal wounds, reunite what has fallen apart, and bring home those who have lost their way.” 
-St. Francis

Location

Worship weekly at 11:00 at  726 1st Ave. West
Hendersonville, NC

Our Team

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Let's Talk!

I would absolutely love to sit down and share with you about what we are doing, but more importantly, what God is doing. If you are interested, click here and fill out the information and I will get back to you ASAP.

Beliefs

We believe that what we believe matters. Our beliefs are centered around the ancient creeds and the 39 Articles. Click on the icon and find out more about what it is we believe.

Prayer

We believe prayer is very important and we want to pray for you in any way that you need. Click here and let us know how we can be praying for you!

Come Join Us!

We would love for you to come join us for worship!!

Sunday's at 11:00

Emmanuel's Corner

726 1st Avenue West
Hendersonville NC

Emanuel's Corner

726 1st Ave W
Hendersonville, NC 28739, USA

Proclaiming Christ in Word and Sacrament

Our central call as a church is proclaiming Christ to a broken word. He is the only one that can provide any hope to those who have nowhere else to turn. We believe that the most effective and biblical way to do this is to proclaim Him in Word and Sacrament. 

WORD

We believe that there is power in the Word. All through our liturgy, you will hear the Word being read, prayed, and see its influence. We also place a high importance on the preaching of the Word. 

 

 

SACRAMENT

The sacraments are more than just symbols. They are life giving means of grace.  Living in a broken world, the sacraments give us tangible reminders that we have a connection to God. 

 

 

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