Weekly Newsletter – March 7, 2022                               Print version

The week ahead...

REMINDER! Set your clocks ahead 1 hour Saturday night!


ECW Meeting

Tuesday, March 8th in the Parish hall.

ALL ladies of the parish are invited to join us at noon. 
Bring a sack lunch and gather with us.

Bereavement Group

St. Peter’s is now offering an opportunity for those grieving loss to gather. On the second Tuesday of each month, participants will meet at 5:30 in Deacon Scott’s office (last door on the right). Deacon Rev. Scott Williams, experienced in hospice care, will facilitate this group and all are welcome.


Begin the day with our 9am gathering for Intercessory Prayer in the Chapel.
These are special prayers for those in need.

Bible Study in the Library of the Parish Hall.
This week we discuss the 3rd Chapter of Revelation

Litany of Healing begins in the Chapel.
This worship service celebrates Holy Eucharist.

Immediately after the noon service
Father Patrick and JT bring our Big Love to the internet with Via Media.

Casting Nets is Back !
Our after-school program resumes with 17 of our previous students and 5 new.

Wednesday Evening Compline in the Chapel.

Our Annual Lenten Soup Suppers begin
with Grilled Cheese and Tomato Basil Soup
hosted by our ECW.
Following dinner our Inquirer’s Class continues
with What do WE Believe ?.
EYC group, Pre-YC activities and Nursery available.

LENT-urgical Arts Continue
PLEASE NOTE a change in our schedule!
Pysanky Egg Decorating will be April 2nd

March 12th  
We will be embroidering finger Labyrinths

Check out our inaugural workshop below!
Many thanks to David Wilson for all his instruction
and firing our bowls.
(A sneak peek showed some wonderful results.)

See the entire Program HERE
or below

Beyond this week

Tuesday, March 29th.

The gentlemen of the Grillin’ Group are hosting our Lenten Soup Supper on the 30th for the Bishop’s Visit !

 Tuesday, March 29th
The ladies of the parish are invited to the District on the Alley in Gulfport.  We will gather around 5:30 for social time  with meal beginning at 6PM. Contact Maryem Hopkins, Jan Shook or Jane Swett

“The Seven Sorrows of Mary”
A very special musical presentation
Sunday,March 27, 2022 – 5PM

Wednesday, March 30th
While here, he will perform Confirmations,
Reaffirmations, Receptions and Baptisms. 
In anticipation of the Bishop’s visit,
Inquirer’s Classes will begin immediately.

We are offering two opportunities each week to participate in these classes.
Wednesday Evenings as a part of our Community Compline Dinner
and Discussions and Sunday Mornings, between the services

SAT. APRIL 2, 2022 
Rector of St. Peter’s By-the-Lake, and Author of
several books including “ORDINARY TIME” 

Hosted by the ECW of St. Peter’s By-the-Lake Episcopal Church
1954 Spillway Rd., Brandon, MS 39047

Registration 10:00 – 10:30 a.m.
ECW General Meeting 10:30 – 11:00 a.m.
The Rev. Carol Mead, Speaker 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Lunch 12:30 – 1:00 p.m.
ECW Board Meeting 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. 

$20.00 PER PERSON    

RSVP by Monday, March 18 to episcopalchurchwomenms@gmailcom or 

cell# 601-757-3276 (Martha Morgan, President)

Walking the Beach Lenten Pilgrimage 2022
Saturdays in Lent walk about 6 miles from church to church

Gulf Coast Episcopal  Churches invite you to gather for fellowship, worship, & the spiritual practice of walking.
Let’s set aside time for prayer, meditation, and community formation.

Ways to participate:

Walk entire 6 miles, or your preferred distance 
Help provide food, water, worship at beginning, middle, or end of walk
Provide rides to walkers back to their cars at the end of the walk

Gather at 8:30 Saturday morning for breakfast and worship and begin your walk

March 5 – St John’s Ocean Springs to Biloxi Lighthouse    
Hosted by St. John’s and Redeemer

March 12 – Biloxi Lighthouse to Great Southern Golf   
Hosted by Redeemer and St. Mark’s

March 19 – Great Southern Golf  to St Peter’s Gulfport    
Hosted by St Mark’s and St Peter’s

March 26 – St Peter’s Gulfport to St Patrick’s on the beach   
Hosted by St Peter’s and St Patrick’s

April 2 – St Patrick’s on the beach to Trinity Pass Christian    
Hosted by St Patrick’s and Trinity

April 9 – Trinity Pass Christian to Christ Church Bay St Louis  
Hosted by Trinity and Christ Church  

For more information go to our Facebook page
Camino de la Costa del Golfo

or contact

Rev’d Marian Fortner – mailto:mfdfortner@gmail.com

Rev’d Jane Bearden – mailto:janebbearden@gmail.com

Registration by email or messaging is encouraged, but not required.

Each participant will receive a shell (reminder of Baptism) and a Passport (to document journey).


Each of the six Saturdays in Lent we’ll be conducting a hybrid version of quiet days and Liturgical Arts. Our choice of projects has been made
to blend with quiet, meditative prayer time; creating with intention.

March 12th  10am – 2pm
We will stitch finger labyrinths using cloth, burlap or fabric. Finger labyrinths, like full sized walking labyrinths, are a tool for meditation.
March 19    10am – 2pm
Joy Jennings will lead us in a beginners’ class in Iconography. Icon painting follows a set of rules and utilizes special painting techniques and materials
March 26    10am – 2pm
We will make Anglican Rosaries, learn  the significance of each part and learn the proper techniques for praying with a rosary
April 2nd   10am – 2pm
We’ll construct water color mosaics utilizing collage techniques.
April 9   
10am – 2pm
We will conclude our Lent-urgical Arts with a Seasonal finale…
Pyzanky Eggs! Decorated with carefully applied wax and dyed similar to batik fabric these eggs were not meant to be hidden !

We ask that reservation be made so that we can secure enough supplies for everyone. Cost for each workshop is a suggested donation of $15 each or $75 for all 6. Please sign up ASAP by contacting Gail 228-760-0179 or use the form on our website: https://stpetersbytheseagulfport.com/lent-urgical-arts-and-quiet-days/

Palm Sunday Lessons & Carols

presented by
St. Peter’s
Handbell Choir
Sunday, April 10, 2022, 5PM


Camp Bratton Green is returning this Summer.
Learn more here.

Donate to the continuing improvements to the Gray Center and CBG

Weekly Worship Schedule 

Wednesday Wave

9:00am Intercessory Prayer
in the Chapel
10:30am Bible Study
in the Great Room
12:05 pm Litany of Healing
in the Chapel
~12:40 pm Via Media
on the Internet
2pm Casting Nets is Back !
5:30pm Evening Compline
in the Chapel
6pm Lenten Soup Supper and
Inquirer’s Class
in the Parish Hall

Sundays by-the-Sea

8:00 am Rite I Service*
~9:30 am Inquirer’s Class
9:30 am Kids’ Sunday School
10:30 am Rite II Service*
In-Person and LIVE Streaming Service*
10:30 am Children’s Church
Child Care Available

Holy Eucharist will be administered by Intinction!
Dip ! don’t Sip.

Sunday’s  Services

The First Sunday of Lent
March 6
, 2022

Holy Eucharist Rite II 10:30
Streaming Service link
Service Bulletin link

March 6 – March 12
7th – Laura Moorefield
7th – William Wood
8th – Henry Sawyer
9th – Mason Bell
9th – Tracy Williams
10th – David Glass
10th – John Weber
9th – Derrick & Kerry Hudson
11th – Carl & Paige Rackley

March 13 – March 19
13th – Kim Bush
15th – Katherine Thames
15th – Susan Prendergast
16th – JonMarc VanZutphen


The Second Sunday of Lent
March 13th
:  Genesis 15:1-12,17-18Philippians 3:17-4:1Luke 13:31-35Psalm 27

CollectO God, whose glory it is always to have mercy: Be gracious to all who have gone astray from your ways, and bring them again with penitent hearts and steadfast faith to embrace and hold fast the unchangeable truth of your Word, Jesus Christ your Son; who with you and the Holy Spirit lives and reigns, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.



Join the fun and fellowship
at St. Mark’s (Cowan Rd)
Sunday evenings!
5th-8th Grade 4:30-5:30 pm
Dinner at 5:30 pm
9-12th Grade 6-7 pm

Lesser Feast Days and Fasts for this week

March 7 Perpetua and Felicity, Martyrs, 202

 March 9 Gregory of Nyssa, Bishop and Theologian, c.394

March 12 Gregory the Great, Bishop and Theologian, 604

March 13 James Theodore Holly, Bishop, 1911


Lesser Feast Days and Fasts site

Lent continues…
from the Diocese of Mississippi Daughters of the King

NEWSLETTERDaughters of the King � St. Paul's Fayetteville


From the President’s Desk

We are about to begin the season of Lent, which is an incredibly special time for Christians. The Lenten season is the 40 days between Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday.
Typically, Christians use this time to form a new habit, usually by excluding something that they perceive to be problematic in their walk with the Lord. Someone would always ask, “What are you giving up for Lent?” My personal remark would be sweets, or meat on Wednesday! However, I have settled upon doing something differently this year. However, as a mother for almost forty-six years, I am reflective of the impact that motherhood has upon your choices. When you become a mother, your entire life changes. You become much stronger, more powerful so that nothing on this earth would stop you from instilling in your child the makings to become the BEST in the world. You spend many years becoming the multi-tasking master that all mothers are. Your world involves a whirlwind of activities: driving to dance lessons, scout meetings, sport practices, church activities, sitting in the car grading papers, working on lesson plans and the makings of something resembling a decent supper. As time progresses, you prepare for prom while navigating a changing world introduced by the internet. With delight, satisfaction, and pleasure, you now have another bundle of joy. Now that you have these two bundles of joy and the whirlwind dance of motherhood begins again, but this time, you will do things a little differently because you have mastered some personal life lessons. The love that mothers feel for their children is more than any writer can put into words. You sell snacks, find space to distribute Girl Scout cookies, you walk into a dance with your housedress and house slippers on to find your child, to their utter mortification.

As a mother, you must update because society and times perform updates, just as your computer gets updates. You learn to text a morning note to your children, you coin new phrases like “vendors for an occasion,” master the use of video equipment, and that all skin will burn in the sun. All these incidents are a mere snapshot of your years. Because we, as mothers, spend so much of our lives giving UP for our children’s’ sake, at some point we need to consider the art of ADDITION instead of subtraction.
I ask that you STOP, REEVALUATE, AND MAKE THIS LENT FOR AND ABOUT YOU! I am asking you to focus on yourself these forty days. Have you thought about ADDING a skill you wanted to know more about or an activity that you have always wanted to participate in? It is time to rediscover something inside yourself that you had set aside due to the ongoing demands of motherhood. The Lenten season contains many opportunities to study God’s Word: weekly church gatherings of Stations of the Cross, weekly Lenten Services, online Lenten devotionals, stories of saints, Zoom devotionals, morning, and evening for Daughters of the King and numerous invitations from other churches to unite with you and study God’s Word.
The Rev. Denny Allman, who was our supply priest, always talked about “adding on something to your life.” This may seem to be avant-garde in this season, but it is okay to enjoy a non-religious activity during this season. I ask you to add something to your life that brings you joy, just for you! If you have always wanted to start a garden, start one. You have always wanted to learn to ride a bike, buy a bike and find a bike lane. You have wanted to make rolls like my dad, Andrew Hodge, find the recipe, buy your ingredients, and get started with baking the bread. I am suggesting that the season of Lent be a time for you to reconnect with yourself as you connect more with the Father. Doing such will bring you confidence, forcing you to propel yourself forward and enhance your leadership skills. When we fulfill long standing and unspoken wishes, it helps us to fill those empty places that we usually fill with the stuff we give up for Lent!
I ask you to continue your spiritual practices of fasting, meditation, self-examination, prayer, and meditation on scripture reading as you journey through Lent as Jesus did those forty days in the wilderness. May you have a holy, joyful, yet personal connection with Jesus as you travel through this Lenten Season.
And do not forget to ADD something good this season as well!
For His Sake,

Daughters of the King Daily Devotionals

This week: What do WE believe ?

from the Episcopal Church website
The Creeds


Creeds are statements of our basic beliefs about God. The term comes from the Latin credo, meaning I believe.

While we will always have questions about God, the Church, and our own faith, we have two foundational creeds that we use during worship: the Apostles’ Creed used at baptism and daily worship, and the Nicene Creed used at communion. In reciting and affirming these creeds, we join Christians across the world and throughout the ages in affirming our faith in the one God who created us, redeemed us, and sanctifies us.

The Nicene Creed

We believe in one God,
    the Father, the Almighty,
    maker of heaven and earth,
    of all that is, seen and unseen.
We believe in one Lord, Jesus Christ,
    the only Son of God,
    eternally begotten of the Father,
    God from God, Light from Light,
    true God from true God,
    begotten, not made,
    of one Being with the Father.
    Through him all things were made.
    For us and for our salvation
        he came down from heaven:
    by the power of the Holy Spirit
        he became incarnate from the Virgin Mary,
        and was made man.
    For our sake he was crucified under Pontius Pilate;
        he suffered death and was buried.
        On the third day he rose again
            in accordance with the Scriptures;
        he ascended into heaven
            and is seated at the right hand of the Father.
   He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead,
        and his kingdom will have no end.
We believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the giver of life, 
    who proceeds from the Father and the Son.
    With the Father and the Son he is worshiped and glorified.
    He has spoken through the Prophets.
    We believe in one holy catholic and apostolic Church.
    We acknowledge one baptism for the forgiveness of sins.
    We look for the resurrection of the dead,
        and the life of the world to come. Amen

From the Episcopal Church of St. John and St. Mark
Albany, GA


As Christians who profess the catholic faith (catholic means “universal”), we regularly recite the credal confessions of the historic, catholic tradition. The Episcopal Church recognizes three creeds (Apostles Creed, Nicene Creed, and Athanasian Creed), and we use two of them (Apostles and Nicene) in our regular weekly and daily worship.

Some people find it difficult to be part of a “credal” tradition, finding the statements of belief to be restricting or difficult to affirm. If this is you, that is okay! We are all on a continuing path where we “work out our salvation with fear and trembling,” growing in our faith, and even finding it very difficult at times. These creeds offer an anchor, especially in times of doubt.

Similarly, they use language and ideas that, for a 21st century Christian, might sound odd or even outdated. Recognizing this is a good thing, and we intentionally continue to use these creeds because, among other things, they tie us to the church that has come before us. They remind us that the faith of the church spans time, space, culture, and language, and our regular recitation of them is a humbling way to remember that we are participants in a truly catholic communion of the saints.

As Christians, we believe the words that we say about God are important, as are the words we say to God. These creeds are recited in the context of prayer and worship, anchoring those prayers and worship in our fundamental belief in One God that is Trinity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

The Apostles’ Creed

I believe in God, the Father almighty,
    creator of heaven and earth;
I believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord.
    He was conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit
        and born of the Virgin Mary.
    He suffered under Pontius Pilate,
        was crucified, died, and was buried.
    He descended to the dead.
    On the third day he rose again.
    He ascended into heaven,
        and is seated at the right hand of the Father.
    He will come again to judge the living and the dead.
I believe in the Holy Spirit,
    the holy catholic Church,
    the communion of saints,
    the forgiveness of sins
    the resurrection of the body,
    and the life everlasting. Amen.

Prayers for Ukraine and peace

We pray for peace, but maybe we don’t have the words. We pray for a just peace, but maybe we don’t have the words. We pray that the lives of innocents and the lives of any human child of God will be spared. We pray that our leaders will find a diplomatic way, a nonviolent way of solution. But we don’t know how to pray as we are. So, the Spirit must intercede for us at this time.
– The Most Rev. Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church

God of peace and justice,
we pray for the people of Ukraine today.
We pray for peace and the laying down of weapons.
We pray for all those who fear for tomorrow,
that your Spirit of comfort would draw near to them.
We pray for those with power over war or peace,
for wisdom, discernment and compassion
to guide their decisions.
Above all, we pray for all your precious children, at risk and in fear,
that you would hold and protect them.
We pray in the name of Jesus, the Prince of Peace.
– Archbishop Justin Welby of Canterbury and Archbishop Stephen Cottrell of York, Church of England

For the Kids !

Sunday, March 6th
Fishers of Men

Joseph - Free printable at home Bible lesson for under 5s

This week we will begin to learn about the apostles whom Jesus called to follow Him. Our text Is found in Luke 5:1-11. Some of the key points we will study are-

Introduction to Peter and Andrew.
We should trust Jesus even when we think we know better – Peter trusted Jesus.
Jesus wants us to follow Him.
Jesus calls us to tell others about Him.

Download Fishers of Men lesson


Sunday, March 13th
Jesus Heals and Forgives

Joseph - Free printable at home Bible lesson for under 5s

This week we will learn about the healing of a paralyzed man and how Jesus has authority to forgive sin. We will be reminded how important it is for us to bring our friends to Jesus. The story is found in both Mark 2 and Matthew 9.

Some of the key points we will study are:

Good friends bring people to Jesus. (Mark 2:3-4)
Jesus knows what’s in our hearts – (Mark 2:6-8)
Jesus has the power to heal and forgive sin. (Mark 2:10).
Jesus Heals and Forgives (Letter USA) pdf

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Support our ECW with the purchase of a St. Peter’s Ornament!

Commissioned in 2009, and the 4th in a series of Downtown Gulfport Landmarks, these cast pewter ornaments are the original work of artist Maurice Milleur. Measuring approximately 2 3/4″ tall.
These make great gifts and help support our ECW.
Ornaments are $20/each and may be purchased by contacting any ECW member or the church office.


Life Transformed
The Way of Love in Lent

March 6, 2022
from the Episcopal Church Website

The journey through Lent into Easter is a journey with Jesus. We are baptized into his life, self-giving, and death; then, we rise in hope to life transformed. This Lent, communities are invited to walk with Jesus in his Way of Love and into the experience of transformed life. Together, we will reflect anew on the loving actions of God as recounted in the Easter Vigil readings. Together, we will walk through the depths of salvation history into the fullness of redemption. Throughout Lent, come along with us as we explore Life Transformed: The Way of Love in Lent, produced by Hillary Raining and Jenifer Gamber. You can find resources mentioned below at iam.ec/lifetransformed or by scanning the QR code to the right.

Week 1

Sunday, March 6

Today’s Practice: Watch the Rev. Dr. Hillary Raining’s video at iam.ec/lifetransformed for Week 1. The topic is based on the practice “Turn” and is titled, “Dead to Sin, Alive in Christ”.

Read: Romans 6:3-11

Monday, March 7

Today’s Prompt: Where can you go and intentionally provide kindness?

Read: “Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.” – Matthew 5:4

Tuesday, March 8

Today’s Prompt: Go for a walk today and pray with your feet, each step with intention.

Read: “Many peoples shall come and say, ‘Come, let us go up to the mountain of the Lord, to the house of the God of Jacob; that he may teach us his ways and that we may walk in his paths.'” – Isaiah 2:3a

Wednesday, March 9

Today’s Prompt: Where do you see the seven practices of the Way of Love in this story?

Read: “But finding no way to bring him in because of the crowd, they went up on the roof and let him down with his bed through the tiles into the middle of the crowd in front of Jesus.” – Luke 5:19 and following

Thursday, March 10

Today’s Prompt: Who has taught you to live a Jesus-filled life? Who have you taught?

Read: “So we do not lose heart. Even though our outer nature is wasting away, our inner nature is being renewed day by day.” – 2 Cor. 4:16

Friday, March 11

Today’s Prompt: What is most meaningful to you in worship?

Read: Book of Common Prayer, p. 281

Saturday, March 12

Today’s Prompt: How do you incorporate rest in your life?

Read: “Thus says the Lord: Stand at the crossroads, and look, and ask for the ancient paths, where the good way lies; and walk in it, and find rest for your souls. But they said, ‘We will not walk in it.'” – Jer. 6:16


Bible Study

Bible Study – Lent 1C – 2022
March 6, 2022

RCL: Deuteronomy 26:1-11; Psalm 91:1-2, 9-16; Romans 10:8b-13; Luke 4:1-13


The liturgical season of Lent gives us both a divine invitation and a map. It embodies the first three elements of the Way of Love: Turn. Learn. Pray. A Lent done well sets us up to be able to Worship, Bless, Go, and Rest in a deeper fashion at season’s end. In the early church, this was a time for preparing new converts to the faith.

What is the invitation? The invitation is to follow Jesus’ lead by taking the 40-day Lenten journey to the wilderness of our own temptation. It is a time of year when we remember Jesus’ model of claiming exceptional time. In this exceptional time, he followed the Spirit into the very place we usually try to avoid -temptation. Usually, we pray, “Lead us not into temptation.” In this season of Lenten exception, we follow Jesus as we spend intentional time facing truths about hard things. Temptations unchecked harm our communities, our sense of self, and our relationships with one another. In the words of the collect, we pray, “Come quickly to help us who are assaulted by many temptations.”

What is the map? The map is a careful construct of created space and purpose. Jesus followed the Holy Spirit’s lead. He went to the wilderness alone. He went for 40 days. We make a plan about place and time. We pull away. We set intentions. We remove from play anything that is not mission-critical. The goal is to close attention to the ways in which our hunger can lead us away from our relationship with God. As we learn, we take notes!

Jesus started his ministry, post-baptism in the River Jordan, by taking first things first. He pulled away at the Spirit’s guiding, to a deserted place. It was neither comfortable nor familiar. Why? Perhaps intentional simplicity sharpens the senses. In a place of border with deprivation, we are vulnerable. In a place such as this, we are reminded that comfort is not always our friend. The Lenten discipline of giving something up is to help us. With a simpler routine, freer from ordinary distractions, Jesus models creating an exceptional context in which attention can be given to the process of NOTICING and PRACTICING.

read more…

Bible Study – Lent 2C – 2022
March 13, 2022


RCL: Genesis 15:1-12,17-18; Psalm 27; Philippians 3:17-4:1; Luke 13:31-35


Genesis 15:1-12, 17-18

Here, we encounter a frustrated and exhausted Abram. After receiving word from the Lord that he and his offspring will be blessed, Abram and his family endure a seemingly never-ending onslaught of difficult circumstances. Due to famine, they are forced to leave their home. In Egypt, Abram becomes convinced that his wife Sarai’s beauty is a threat to his survival, so he devises a scheme that results in her being trafficked into Pharaoh’s harem. After leaving Egypt, Abram and his nephew, Lot, become embroiled in a family feud. By the next chapter, war has broken out, and Lot has been captured by rival forces. Abram is forced to go to battle. He survives it, only to discover that he and his wife, already elderly, do not seem to be able to conceive.

How can he trust that God will keep God’s promises under such conditions?! God’s track record isn’t great so far.

But then God shows up. God asks Abram to prepare a covenant “cutting” ritual. God visits the sacrificial site in the form of flame, passing between the dismembered animals as a formal show of God’s commitment to the promise. But even when God literally shows up, Abram is left stupefied in a terrifying darkness. Maybe his grief and trauma have clouded his vision. Or maybe the reality of God’s presence displaces these griefs in its own show of overwhelming power.

    • When have you doubted God’s promise or presence?
  • Are there times in your life where you struggled to see God at work in the moment, but see God’s presence more clearly in hindsight?
  • What scriptures and stories sustain you in times of doubt?

read more…

Did you know there are RCL (Revised Common Lectionary) Readings for each day ? 
While there is a little overlap each day, they are posted on-line as a service of the Vanderbilt Divinity Library:
Daily Readings

Daily Readings for this week

Monday, March 7, 2022: Psalm 17; 1 Chronicles 21:1-17; 1 John 2:1-6

Tuesday, March 8, 2022: Psalm 17; Zechariah 3:1-10; 2 Peter 2:4-21

Wednesday, March 9, 2022: Psalm 17; Job 1:1-22; Luke 21:34-22:6

Thursday, March 10, 2022: Psalm 27; Genesis 13:1-7, 14-18; Philippians 3:2-12

Friday, March 11, 2022: Psalm 27; Genesis 14:17-24; Philippians 3:17-20

Saturday, March 12, 2022: Psalm 27; Psalm 118:26-29; Matthew 23:37-39

Sunday, March 13, 2022: Second Sunday in Lent

Monday, March 14, 2022: Psalm 105:1-42; Exodus 33:1-6; Romans 4:1-12

Being Episcopalian

The Mississippi Episcopal Diocese

The Episcopal Church

National Cathedral

Episcopal Cafe

Check out our neighboring
Coast Churches

St. Mark’s Gulfport

Trinity Pass Christian

Christ Church Bay St. Louis

St. Patrick’s Long Beach

St. Thomas Diamondhead

Church of the Redeemer Biloxi

St. John’s Ocean Springs

First United Methodist Church

O God, our heavenly Father, whose glory fills the whole creation, and whose presence we find wherever we go:
preserve those who travel; surround them with your loving care; protect them from every danger;
and bring them in safety to their journey’s end; through Jesus Christ our Lord. 

Contact Us

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         phone: 228.863.2611    
   address: 1909 15th Street  Gulfport, Ms 39501
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