CONTACT US

Phone

(352) 622-7881

Pastoral Care Emergency Line

(352) 369-5780

Email:

info@graceocala.org

Central Florida Diocese

cfdiocese.org

ADDRESS

Church

503 SE Broadway Street

Ocala, FL 34471

Church Office & Mailing

510 SE Broadway Street

Ocala, FL 34471

SOCIAL MEDIA

Click the links below to visit us at our social media sites. You can also search for our Group on Facebook at People of Grace Episcopal Church Ocala. 

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Grace Episcopal Church

Grace Episcopal Church has roots in Ocala, Florida that extend back to six families worshipping together in 1849- only four years after Florida became a state. A skilled crew of five carpenters carefully disassembled the entire building, timber by timber, and used horse-drawn wagons to transport it to be reassembled on a new property on East Broadway, where it still stands today. 

However, Grace is more than an historic landmark. Our generations have lived and loved through the Civil War, two World Wars, the fight for Civil Rights, Vietnam-era strife, and the changing landscape of American Christianity. 

Today, the historic spire of Grace still looks out across downtown Ocala. It invites the community to experience the love of God that has sustained congregations for over a century and a half. The invitation is to cross an arched threshold that opens into the best of what church used to be, and the best that's yet to come. 

Grace is a Christ-centered community of faith in the Anglican tradition that:

  • believes in the Trinity-Father, Son, and Holy Spirit;

  • believes the Bible is the Word of God and contains all things necessary for salvation;

  • believes that all Christians belong to one Church that was founded on the teachings of the Apostles and is the Body of Christ on earth;

  • uses the Nicene and Apostles' Creed of the Church as statements of our orthodox faith;

  • administers the Great Sacraments of the Gospels- Holy Baptism and the Holy Eucharist (Communion); and

  • recognizes the unbroken apostolic succession through the lineage of Bishops.