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Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida

Biblically Orthodox church in Sebastian, Florida

We are a Biblically Orthodox, Christ-centered church 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

First Communion Sunday celebration - April 19th, 10:00 AM service
New Wednesday night Series - Possessing the Land God Has Given Us, 6 PM Prayer Walk, 6:30 teaching.
Praise, Prayer, and Healing Service Sunday May 3rd, 6:30 PM

Introductory Video

Parish News

The Sebastian Area Lions Club sponsored a food drive to help the local food banks. To encourage groups to participate they challenged them to use the food they collected and enter a food sculpture contest. The Sunday School at St. Elizabeth's took up the challenge. For three weeks they collected food and on April 10th went to the Indian River Fairgrounds and set up their sculpture in the theme of "Fishers of men!" Boxes of cereal and pasta made up the boat. A casting net was thrown covering jars of peanut butter and cans of various items spelled out "Fishers of men."

KIRB is an acronym for Keeping Indian River Beautiful. Once a quarter members of St. Elizabeth gathers together and attacks an area along the Indian River covering an area from the Sportsman Inn by Riverview Park all the way north to the Main Street boat ramp. Over 5 years ago we adopted this area as part of our outreach to serve our community by picking up trash, cigarette butts, etc. On February 28th a group of about 14 assembled at the picnic bench by Mulligan's and began the clean-up.

The fashion show was started by welcoming all to St. Elizabeth and was dedicated to past Fashion Show organizer and past ECW president Bonnie Orem who recently transitioned. A moment of silence was observed in her memory.
Kay Di Stefano informed the audience of the work done at the re-located Library , invited everyone to visit, thanked the Library Committee for the baskets given for the event and delivered the Invocation.

The annual tradition celebrating Shrove Tuesday or as some like to call it Pancake Tuesday kicked off the evening with many working diligently to prepare the meal. When the doors opened there were many hungry bodies waiting at the door to devour a menu which included pancakes, sausage (both pork and turkey), applesauce and a variety of refreshing drinks. A special thank you for all the people who helped set up, serve and clean up.

Upcoming events

Tuesday, April 28, 2015 - 2:00pm - 2:45pm

Meeting in the Conference Room.

Tuesday, April 28, 2015 - 6:30pm - 8:00pm

Choir and Praise Team practice in the parish in the choir area.

Wednesday, April 29, 2015 - 6:00pm - 7:30pm

God has promised His people the land. When we allow other spiritual forces to occupy the land we diminish God's kingdom. He calls for us to be prosperous and to possess the land. Starting April 22 until The Day of Pentecost we will explore what it means to take the ground for God. Join with me as we walk the grounds from 6:00-6:30 PM and then join in praise and worship, teaching, and individual prayer time.

BNI
Thursday, April 30, 2015 - 7:00am

BNI is an organization comprised of local businesses

Thursday, April 30, 2015 - 10:00am

In the library

Most Recent Sermon

What is your passion?

Posted April 26th, 2015

[link to sermon video https://youtu.be/Eq5SHbFVNTw ]Lots of people have passions, NASCAR, hockey, football, baseball, tennis, gardening, cooking, even musicians. I know people who can tell you about different guitars, how they are made, and what type of sound pick-ups are the best. It does not take a lot of courage or boldness to share our passions with someone until it comes to sharing the Gospel; the good news. We hesitate because many times it is because it has become politically correct not to share our faith. Peter and John shared the Good News in from of the Sanhedrin.

Parish Newsletter

March April Newsletter

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Read about the exciting past and up-coming events. Come celebrate with us.