AND MAKE CHRIST KNOWN
A CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY THAT GATHERS TO
WORSHIP AND PRAYER SCHEDULE
(Second & Fourth of the Month)
5:30 PM Drive-Up Communion
For those who would prefer not to enter the Sanctuary. We will watch out for you and greet you at your car.
6:30 PM Healing Service
With Prayers, Anointing, Holy Communion
5 PM Holy Eucharist/Mass
Rite I - Spoken Service - No Hymns
8 AM Holy Eucharist/Mass
Rite I - Spoken Service - No Hymns
10 AM Holy Eucharist/Mass
Rite II - With Hymns
If you are feel sick or have a fever or cough,
PLEASE STAY HOME.
Let's care for one another.
Every Thursday at 7 AM
First, Third, and Fifth Thursdays at 6:30 PM
ASH WEDNESDAY (February 17)
7 PM Holy Eucharist/Mass
VESTRY MEETING (February 21)
STATIONS OF THE CROSS (March 3 and 17)
At 6:30 PM with Drive-Up Communion starting at 5:30 PM for those who would prefer not to enter the Sanctuary. We will watch out for you and greet you at your car.
HOLY WEEK (March 28 - April 4)
To be announced
ANNUAL CHURCH MEETING (April 17)
We will require masks for all in attendance and will maintain social distancing.
St. Michael's Welcomes You!
We are a small Old Catholic - Anglican Rite church family in the Diocese of Florida of the Independent Old Catholic Church who joyfully loves Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We live our lives by loving our neighbor and striving to be faithful to the Holy Scriptures, always seeking God's forgiveness and the healing presence of the Holy Spirit.
We welcome ALL people who are sincerely searching for God because:
"The righteousness of God is through faith in Jesus Christ
to all who believe, since there is no distinction. For all have sinned
and fall short of the glory of God; they are justified freely by his grace
through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus."
- Romans 3:22-24 (CSB)
It does not matter where you are in life - what troubles your seen, what difficulties you've faced. Jesus Christ wants a relationship with you. We are here to help you with that.
You are welcome as you are:
Single, married, divorced, widowed, well-off or down-on-your-luck. We all are (or have been) one or more of these.
Intact families, single parent families and those with no family at all.
People who are lonely, hungry for hope, people searching for truth, people who have walked away from the church or from God. We all need the peace, mercy and love offered by Jesus.
Conservatives and liberals, tattooed and long-haired, three-piece suit or flip flops and shorts, you will be welcomed. We are not here to judge your personal style but to share Christ's love and redemption to you.
Snowbirds and pilgrims, locals and vacationers, seekers and skeptics, those who believe and those trying to believe.
We will reveal to you the Life and Light of the world: Jesus Christ. We will not judge you - instead we will honor your presence and welcome you with open arms. We strive to live by Christ's commandment:
"Love one another. Just as I have loved you,
you are also to love one another.
By this everyone will know that you are my disciples,
if you love one another."
- John 13:34-35 (CSB)
In that love, we welcome you!
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
St. Michael Old Catholic Church is the Cathedral Church of the Diocese of Florida of the Independent Old Catholic Church. The IOCC has clergy and churches throughout the US, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and Europe. The Diocese of Florida is led by Bishop Richard M. White. The Primate of the IOCC is Archbishop George LeMesurier of Ottawa, Canada.
FIRST TIME VISITORS
We extend a warm welcome to you. Here you will find a brief introduction to St. Michael's and a quick explanation on why we do what we do. If you have any questions or wish to join St. Michael’s, please reach out to one of our priests or our office staff.
Our Patron Saint
St. Michael the Archangel
Oh glorious prince Saint Michael!
Guardian of souls.
Servant in the House of the Divine King
and our admirable Patron.
You who shine with excellence and superhuman virtue, deliver us from all evil,
who turn to you with confidence,
and enable us by your gracious protection,
to serve God more and more faithfully