Welcome to the Central Florida Episcopal Church Women

All women of the Episcopal Church are members. We include the Altar Guild, Daughters of the King, various Guilds, UTO, CPC, and other supporting ministry groups, such as Prayer Shawl, and comfort & pastoral ministries.

Officer update form to be used by churches Word  PDF

 Read the National ECW Communique
by going to www.ecwnational.org,
click on (1)Resources and (2)Communique
and then (3)select the current issue
(do the last three together, you won't get a page until you make the selection of the issue)
(While on the National ECW site, sign up for eCommunications)
Read the newsletter of
the ECW Central Florida Diocese

May 2017

NW Deanery
May 6
St. Ann
9870 West Fort Island Trail
Crystal River

9am- 2pm
Deadline  April 27
Click HERE for registration
SE Deanery meeting
Saturday, May 13
St. Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church
475 43rd Ave, Vero Beach, FL 32968
Rev. Michael W. Goldberg, Celebrant
Rev. Deborah L. Vann, Keynote Speaker

Contact: Carol Paris, SE Deanery Director at 772-579-0315
Download agenda and registration form at www.staugustinevero.com
$12 pp. Deadline for registration is May 6th  

Central Deanery
May 20
Episcopal Church of St. John the Baptist
1000 Bethune Dr., Orlando, FL 32805
The Rev. Dr. Justin Holcomb, Celebrant
The Rev. Sarah Bronos, Keynote Speaker

Contact: Dr. Karen Adderly Clark, Central Deanery Director
Early registration $10 - ends April 30, 2017
Late registration $15 - May 1-20, 2017
Province IV  Women's Retreat
June 5-7 2017
Camp Mc Dowell
Nauvoo Alabama
( note - change of venue!!)
 Building Bridges Of Peace and Reconciliation

Retreat Leader: The Rev. Mary Catherine Akamatsu
Associate Rector of St. Thomas, Huntsville, Alabama
Co-Founder of Metagem Institute

Get the flyer HERE
Get the Registration Form HERE
Registrations MUST be received by May 15 2017
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About our Logo

The Cross represents Christ and our service to him in the world.

The Circle stands for our hope for wholeness in our lives.

The out flowing lines from the center depict the many works of Episcopal Church

Women going out into the world.

The intertwined lines represent our lives centered in Christ.
Episcopal Church Women’s Prayer

Almighty God we pray that you will bless our work in mission and ministry in the world. Help us to pray fervently, labor diligently and give liberally to make known the power of your love given through your son Jesus Christ.

Let us not forget the lessons from the past nor fear the challenges of the future. Anoint us with your grace and shine in our hearts as we reflect your light throughout the world.