CFEONLINE News from the Diocese of Central Florida

Hurricane Irma changed the scenery of Camp Wingmann a little bit this past weekend, and leaders are hoping the community can help restore its beauty. The huge youth retreat in Avon Park, which has been a welcoming place for decades…

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St. Richard’s Episcopal Church in Winter Park sustained some damage from Hurricane Irma, but Rev. Alison Harrity said parishioners and others have made great strides in the post-storm clean-up effort. On Tuesday, Sept. 12, some folks gathered for morning prayer,…

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The Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida announced its first post-Hurricane Irma plans on Monday, including how to get relief help. Hurricane Irma this past weekend hit the Florida Keys and continued a northward course through the state, impacting numerous counties,…

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The Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida announced Thursday that several of its churches and retreats are opening up space for evacuees from Hurricane Irma, which is expected to strike Florida in the coming days. Camp Wingmann, located at 3404 Wingmann…

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Weather permitting, 11 people from across the Southeastern U.S. will answer the call to the diaconate Saturday at 11 a.m. at The Cathedral Church of St. Luke, 130 N. Magnolia Ave., Orlando. The Rt. Rev. Gregory O. Brewer of the…

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Literature readings at St. Richard’s elicited some red-hot discussions this summer, some so vociferous that the atmosphere was “electric.” A total of 105 people participated in four lively “Summoning the Divine: Literature Through the Lens of Faith” sessions at the…

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The Episcopal Church Women group of the Diocese of Central Florida announced that it will hold a spiritual renewal from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 30, at the Episcopal Church of St. John the Baptist, 1000 Bethune Drive,…

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Laughing around a campfire, making music and playing sports may be a family vacation for some, but they also will be some of the fun things participants do at the 2017 Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida men’s retreat. The ninth…

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Famous novelist/poet Wendell Berry once wrote to “practice resurrection!” It is the final line in his famous poem: “Manifesto: The Mad Farmer Liberation Front” written in 1973 and will be among the many lines of poetry discussed in St. Richard’s…

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Episcopal Relief & Development has announced that there are multiple ways for Episcopalians to help those Gulf Coast individuals and businesses that have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Krisita Jackson, the ERD’s representative for the Diocese of Central Florida, said…

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