Opportunities to Serve and Connect with Our Neighbors.
A group of retired persons who are meet every 1st Monday in the month at 1:30 pm. to discuss and implement programs, ministries, activities, and events that are focused on three major areas – Social/Fellowship, Inspirational (and Formation), and Reaching Out.
Brotherhood of Faith (Men’s Group)
The Brotherhood of Faith (Men’s Group) meets every 1st Saturday of the month at 9:00 a.m. in the Parish Hall for breakfast, prayer, worship, fellowship, and business. The group holds an Annual Weekend Men’s Retreat as a time for spiritual awakening, fellowship and male bonding between young and adult men. The Brotherhood also mentors the youth and feeds the homeless in the Broward County area.
A renewal movement in the church, with the goal of bringing all to Christ. Cursillo seeks to assist Christians in understanding their individual calling to be leaders, renew and deepen their Christian commitment, and to be a positive influence on others. This is initiated through a Three-Day Weekend, led by lay people, which brings together Episcopalians to share many approaches to worship, to broaden one’s appreciation for our Church, and to enrich and deepen one’s faith experience. For more information on the Cursillo movement, please click here.
Episcopal Church Women (ECW)
The ECW enables the ministry and mission of women and aims to improve their lives and that of others’ spiritually, physically and intellectually. The Holy Sacrament group is responsible for projects including: the “New to You Shoppe” Thrift Shoppe, the Book Club, the ECW Crafters, and the Annual Tea Party. Meetings of the ECW are held on the 3rd Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. All women are invited.
Home and Hospital Visitations (Care Teams)
This group provides visitations to home and hospitalized church members and respite care for the sick, housebound members and their families. They coordinate visits to doctor’s offices and make follow-up phone calls. To use their services, please contact: Princess, Maisie, or Lillieth.
Children and Youth
Christian Formation programs for children and youth (Kindergarten to 12th Grade) every Sunday morning at 10:15 a.m. and 12:00 noon respectively. Middle and High schoolers meet on Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. for fun and fellowship with their peers. They are encouraged to invite their friends to come and see what we do. The Youth Department seeks to build relationships between the students and adults in the Parish, focus on reaching out to others particularly the poor and homeless through delivery foodstuff to families at Thanksgiving, and the Souper Bowl of Caring. They attend diocesan and deanery events, seminars, workshops, and conferences, and invited speakers to address them on various life-related topics. The Department hosts a youth retreat every two years.
We believe in the power of prayer and would love to pray with and for you. Please complete the form below to submit your request. In addition, please let us know if you would like to have their name printed in our Sunday bulletin and in our weekly electronic newsletter. If they are in the hospital, please let us know the name of the hospital and room number, so that they can receive a visit from our Clergy. For further information, please contact Veronica.