On October 12, 2019 the 51st Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Southwest Florida recognized Wesley Chapel Episcopal Church as an Associated Worshiping Community. WCEC continues to celebrate many historic "firsts" as a growing faith community now in our new dedicated church space.
Mother Hymes and the saints of WCEC invite you to:
Come and worship.
Come and serve.
Come and feel the Spirit move!
THE NATIVITY OF OUR LORD: CHRISTMAS EVE SOLEMN MASS
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24 AT 10:00 P.M.
10:00 P.M. Music Prelude
10:30 P.M. Solemn Mass with Incense
Mother Adrienne Hymes Welcomes You
Welcome to Wesley Chapel Episcopal Church (WCEC). We are a mission of the Episcopal Diocese of Southwest Florida located in Wesley Chapel, grounded in Jesus Christ and rooted in the rich Anglican tradition of the Episcopal Church. We are a caring, inviting and inclusive community of faith which God is calling into being through our sacramental life, spiritual formation and pastoral care. All are welcome—YOU are welcome!
I am enthusiastic about the hope that WCEC bears as a new faith community in Wesley Chapel. I hope that individuals from our surrounding communities, who are led to worship and serve here, may live towards new versions of themselves which cannot yet be imagined...
"I've been lost in the wilderness for the past year, searching for a home church. In the Wesley Chapel Episcopal Church, I have found a church community, being newly formed by people with diverse backgrounds and having like hearts in Christ's love and scripture. The Lenten series provided time and space to explore Episcopal traditions, expand my evangelism skills, and accept the support of each other in the model of Jesus Christ. I won't have to walk alone in my spiritual journey, now that I've found my brothers and sisters in Christ." Karen B.
“For much of my adult life, I have been studying and learning about religious and spiritual traditions outside of my Christian heritage. The Lenten Series that Eric and you presented over the past six weeks was quite effective in describing human nature, psychology and spirituality from a Christian perspective. I was struck by how these Christian teachings can be understood in terms that I have found so easily understandable in the other traditions and yet have not applied to Christian theology.” LJ
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Diocese of Southwest Florida
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Episcopal Diocese of Southwest Florida
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