CFEONLINE News from the Diocese of Central Florida

Quiet murmurs can be heard outside the fellowship hall of the church. The voices grow in volume, and laughter can be heard amid the conversation. As we step closer and peer through the door, we see a group of women…

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COCOA BEACH – When it comes to generosity, St. David’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church continues to be a shining example for others to follow. The recipients of the church’s generosity are diverse and widespread: Seafarers’ House, Brevard Veterans’ Center, Food for…

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Dozens of people were expected to descend upon St. John’s Episcopal Church in Kissimmee to have their feet washed on Maundy Thursday. But what makes this holy day unique at St. John’s is that church members are washing the feet…

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When it comes to revitalizing a congregation, Father Chris Brathwaite and his wife, Genevieve, can tip their hats to the Caribbean for helping them make church life fun again. An Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida tradition continues Saturday, April 15,…

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The sixth-grade students from All Saints Academy recently participated in a day of service, learning, and leadership at Camp Wingmann. Student teams completed service projects that included cleaning up camp grounds, repairs, and beautification by weeding out the gardens at the…

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Bishop Gregory Brewer ordained the following nine candidates as transitional deacons on the evening of January 30 at the Cathedral Church of St. Luke in Orlando: Karl Nicholas Braunschneider, John Garry Edwards, Joshua Michael Gritter, Lauren Renee Ellis Larkin, Zachary David Neubauer, Gladys Rodriguez, Frank Wayne Samuelson, Louise…

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If only simple living were actually simple. I recently found my way to a website dedicated to this topic. The author suggested those interested in this lifestyle could hire a style consultant to simplify their wardrobes. Then they could sign…

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“Thriving churches focus on transformation of life—the personal journey of faith—and on mission[s] in the community.” –Tom Ehrich Good things are happening at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Bellingham, Washington: the church family is growing, the children’s ministry is growing,…

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  The village green. The public garden. The town square. Before suburban sprawl became a prominent feature of American life, churches were often placed at the geographic heart of their communities. Today in Virginia, if you drive through a small…

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Tillamook, Oregon has many similarities to other small cities across the United States. There’s a strong sense of community. Neighbors come together to support each other and to volunteer in the community’s many social service programs. The community supports a…

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