You are invited to “Take Your Place” in the life and worship of our Lord Jesus Christ in our parish family! Opportunities for ministry abounds. We are an active church with many ways for you to take your place and reach out - in our Community, our country, and in world missions.
How to place flowers on the altar... In memory of, or in thanksgiving for a loved one. Please fill out an envelope found in the back of the church with the information requested and place the envelope in the offering plate. You may also EMAIL: Anne Giles email@example.com. Please mark the email subject that it is for Altar flowers. Altar flowers cost $50.00.
The order of the Daughters of the King is a 125+ year-old religious order for women. Daughters take life vows of prayer and service. Obedient to our Lord’s will, daughters meet to support one another as each seeks to grow in grace and in service to God and others. We meet on the third Saturday of the month at 3:15 p.m. in the St. Bede’s Library. Contact: Carol Ellis, Secretary (727) 525–2237
Episcopal Church Women meet the first Sunday of every month after the Sunday service in the Library. The Sisters welcome all the Women of St. Bede’s to participate in their activities.
Help maintain the Memorial Garden and grounds with a time for fellowship and personal reflection.
Greeters show up for church 20 minutes prior to service, greet any and all visitors with a smile, offer to give them visitor tags and answer any questions they may have.
A Lay Eucharistic Visitor is an individual licensed by the diocese to distribute previously blessed elements of Holy Communion to persons unable to attend regular worship, such as shut-ins or people recovering from illness in hospitals. The bread and wine they carry act as a symbol of the unity of Christ’s Body, which transcends boundaries of time and space, providing a sense of connection to persons who might otherwise feel isolated.
Reading the Old Testament lesson and Intercessory Prayers during the Holy Eucharist.
Help maintain the parish collection of books and circulation to parishioners.
Providing an opportunity to offer the bread, water, wine and gifts during the celebration of the Holy Eucharist.
Praying for those in need from the requests made by parishioners.
St. Anne's Guild is a group of women who meet (usually) on the first Wednesday of the month at 7:00pm in the home of one of the members. Our mission is to tend to people in need using the resources at hand hopefully making their trials a little bit easier. We also have a yearly project going that affords us the opportunity to do outreach beyond our church walls.
Bringing spiritual counseling, visitation and the Blessed Sacraments to all communicants who cannot come to church because of a serious illness or medical condition.
Encouraging all parishioners to contribute their time, talent and treasure in doing the church’s work.
Greeting worshipers and offering assistance if they should have any special requests or needs.
Provide reliable and timely transportation to Mass.