On Sunday, July 6, Church of Our Savior, Palm Bay, held one morning service with Bishop Greg Brewer at 9:30 a.m.Read more...
In January, the Diocese of Central Florida’s Annual Convention passed a resolution to set aside $50,000 in grant money for unaided congregations. Fourteen churches submitted requests.
Mary Delancey, deacon, and Don Hires, a retired hospice chaplain and bereavement counselor began looking at various service organizations in Marion County and how Grace might partner with them.
It was like a family reunion: A crowd of loving friends and relatives of Tim Nunez packed the Cathedral Church of St. Luke, Orlando, on Sunday, June 29, to share in the love of God through Jesus.
The Youth Ministry Academy provides high quality instruction from youth ministers and other experts in their profession. This event is intended to create an intimate learning atmosphere where participants will know the workshop leaders as well as the keynote speakers and other “on stage” talent.
We cannot separate the speaking of different languages from the coming of the Holy Spirit. In some churches, the gospel is read in many different languages on this day. It is an important symbolic act to show that the Holy Spirit changed the way the first disciples understood the message of the gospel.
The Episcopal Church of St. John the Baptist, Orlando, invites one and all to the 118th-Anniversary celebration of the church, Sunday, June 29. The theme of the celebration is REJOICING IN SONG Honoring all past and present choir members. The celebration will include Holy Eucharist at 10 a.m. and the musical extravaganza, "Rejoicing in Song," at 4 p.m.
Central Florida offers incredible diversity for those hearing a call to ministry. Learn about work opportunities in the Episcopal Church and our continuing education programs.
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Find a church in Central Florida. The diocese offers more than seven dozen churches in cities like Orlando, Port St. Lucie, Lakeland, Sebring, Daytona Beach and Ocala.Find a Church
We are Christians committed to loving God and our neighbor, and we work to spread the teachings of Jesus Christ in our community and the world. We are part of the U.S. Episcopal Church.
* Pray and ask God for His leadership and His missionary strategy.
* Strengthen our relationships with one another, becoming even more deeply a diocesan family.
* Raise up new clergy and lay leaders, wisely using our God-given resources, including time and money.
* Address the missionary challenge that is before us in our neighborhoods.
* Take our place within the councils of the Episcopal Church.
Contact the Diocese:
1017 E. Robinson St.
Orlando, FL 32801
Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida1017 E. Robinson St.Orlando, FL 32801(407) 423-3567
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