The Episcopal Church


The Diocese of Central Florida: http://www.cfdiocese.org/

The Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida is made up of 98 congregations in east-central Florida. The members of these congregations are Christians committed to loving God and our neighbor, and we work to spread the teachings of Jesus Christ in our community and the world. We are part of The Episcopal Church in the United States and abroad.

DIOCESAN PRIORITIES:

  • Pray and ask God for His leadership and His missionary strategy.
  • Strengthen our relationships with one another, becoming even more deeply a diocesan family.
  • Raise up new clergy and lay leaders, wisely using our God-given resources, including time and money
  • Address the missionary challenge that is before us in our neighborhoods
  • Take our place within the councils of the Episcopal Church

Contact the Diocese:

1017 E. Robinson St.
Orlando, FL 32801
(407) 423-3567

National Church: http://www.episcopalchurch.org/

The Anglican Communion is the gathering of Anglican and Episcopal churches from around the world. Today, the Anglican Communion comprises more than 80 million members in 44 regional and national member churches in more than 160 countries. The Episcopal Church is part of the Anglican Communion, and is comprised of 109 dioceses in 16 nations. At the head of the Anglican Communion is the Archbishop of Canterbury, The Most Revd and Rt. Hon. Justin Welby.

The Episcopal Church, established shortly after the American Revolution, has its roots in the Anglican Church. The Anglican Church, known as the Church of England, had a strong following in colonial America. But when the colonies won their independence, the majority of America Anglican clergy refused to swear allegiance to the British monarch as was required. As a result, the Episcopal Church was formed. The vibrancy of the Anglican Communion reflects the lives of its congregants and their commitment to God’s mission in the world.