Our mailing address is:
P.O. Box 305
Manchester, TN 37355
St. Bede's Dr.
2 Blocks off I-24
Take Hwy 55 toward Manchester
The church on the hill behind J&G Pizza
A Nursery is available in the Christian Education Building.
All are invited to Bible study held at the church at noon on Wednesday's.
Come and bring friends.
This month we are collecting items for the Haven of Hope. Please see Jane Martin for more details.
Also, Good Sam needs empty gallon and half-gallon jugs. Please see Rev. Mary for details.
Last, St. Bede's, as part of its community outreach, and the Convoy of Hope,
will participate in the collecting gently used children's books ranging in level from birth to pre-teen
to be given away at an upcoming event held on 11 October 2014.
If you have books to donate, you may drop them off at St. Bede's church office, Monday-Wednesday 9:00- 12:00.
Or you may notify Linda Rollins via e-mail email@example.com of where and when she may pick them up.
If you wish to contribute money, you may send a check made out to
"St. Bede's Episcopal Church" and in the "For" line indicate "Books Convoy of Hope".
Thanks for your help!
Sr. Warden, Rick Charter, gave a brief summary of the last vestry meeting:
The "Venerable Bede" (673-735) wrote the first comprehensive Ecclesiastical history of the English Nation
which is still used in text books and was the first to translate portions of the Bible into English.
All 156 photos taken of the event can be seen at this link:
Please click on the link below to view the document "History of St. Bede's"
complied and written by Mrs. Linda Rollins, Sr. Warden.
For a printed, and better, copy of the History, please contact Mrs. Rollins at this address:
Construction of the existing church building began in 1962 and the first service was held in October 1963.
Earlier, in 1960, the Manchester communicants of St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Tullahoma, held their first meeting to establish their own church.
It was then that the Bishop chose St. Bede's for the mission.
St. Bede's celebrated it's 50th Anniversary and rededication of the building on October 13th, 2013.
Our mission is to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ.
We pursue this by prayer, worship, proclaiming the Gospel, and by promoting peace, love and service to others.
"Trust in the Lord with all your heart
and lean not on your own understanding:
in all your ways acknowledge Him and He will make your paths straight" - - Proverbs 3:5-6