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Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida

Biblically Orthodox church in Sebastian, Florida

We are a Biblically Orthodox, Christ-centered parish empowered by the Holy Spirit. We believe lives are transformed through our faith in our Lord Jesus Christ, and we express God's love to all who enter our doors. Come and be a part of our family.

Sunday services:
Traditional (Rite I) – 8:00 AM (No Music)
Contemporary (Rite II) – 10:00 AM (Blended Music)
Pastor’s Study 9:15 AM
Sunday School 9:15 AM
Nursery provided at 10:00 AM service

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Parish News

The Annual Parish picnic was held at the Riverview Park in Sebastian on April 6th following the 10:00 AM service. Set-up of the tables, chairs and the cooking began early. As parishioners arrived the smell of hamburgers and hot dogs on the grill greeted them. In addition to the meat there was an array of macaroni and potato salads, potato chips and desserts.

The sound of music filled the air as Contemporary Christian songs were sung by Fr. Dave, Pam Reed, Tim Marvin and Thomas Wesley Brown. During one set other songs were played and a passerby in the park came up to leave a tip.

One of the many highlights of this year’s Holy Week was the Seder Dinner held on Maundy Thursday. Each table held a central Seder plate and the symbolism of each element came to life as Fr. Dave read from the Seder booklet. As the 10 plagues were recounted, the frogs and hail stones flew through the air, cows were tipped and locusts and beetles crawled on the tables. When the story of the people of Israel ended we joined together to share a meal of beef stew with roasted lamb also available. Fr.

Our last Market Day Treasures was held April 12th. Our charity was Military Moms Prayer Group. We collected cash cards and items for them to send to the soldiers and the proceeds from the gift basket raffle, which was won by our long time member Irene Traficante, will help them with postage costs. The proceeds from the vendors, food and bake sales, ECW table and AC raffle brought St. Elizabeth’s a little over $400.00.
We will be back in October with a big event which will include the Pet Blessing, children’s activities, food, vendors and some new exciting surprises. See you then!!

For the five regular Wednesdays of Lent, we gathered for our soup suppers.  The menu is always a delicious surprise!  We know there will be soup, but what kind?  Served with fresh bread, fruit, and this year, dessert, it made for wonderful fellowship time.  With everyone helping, cleanup went quickly and we all gathered in the sanctuary for some praise music followed by our teaching, titled, 30-DAY BIBLE EXPERIENCE.  We discussed the prior week's old and new testament readings that were paired with a 6-8 minute video clip seen the previous Wednesday.  After some discussion, we watched the next

Upcoming events

Tuesday, September 2, 2014 - 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Bible study on 2nd Corinthians using John MacArthur's study guide.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014 - 6:30pm - 8:00pm

Beginning with a six part series - God's Not Dead. Each week we explore a different section of the movie and how it relates to our lives and those around us. Praise and Worship begins at 6:30 PM, Study at 7:00 PM. Come be a part of this lively discussion.

Thursday, September 4, 2014 - 7:00am - 8:30am

BNI is an organization comprised of local businesses.

Thursday, September 4, 2014 - 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Discussion of the various business and financial events.

Sunday, September 7, 2014 - 9:15am - 10:00am

Each week we discuss various questions of the Old and New Testament reading from the E-100 Bible Challenge series. The study is designed to cover the essential stories in both Testament.

Most Recent Sermon

Unexpected Reality

Posted August 31st, 2014

[ video link to sermon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FjAENT1ZnTM ] Peter had just confessed to Jesus that He was the Messiah. Right after that Jesus tells him and the disciples what was going to happen. It wasn't what they expected out of Messiah - quite the opposite. They were looking at the natural not the supernatural... Are we like that with God? Our expectations rather His plan.

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