Effective Sunday November 22nd, 2020.
There will be no in person services until further notice.
Services will be broadcast live on our Facebook page at 10:30am on Sunday and available later in the day on our Youtube Channel.
We are a diverse, inclusive, and radically welcoming community of faith committed to creating a deeper sense of belonging with God and embracing others in community.
Welcome! Whether your being here is accidental or intentional, welcome to our website and thank you for pausing to search for whatever information you seek. We trust you may discover what you seek and find out what you need to know about the community of people that is All Souls' Episcopal Church. We seek to be a welcoming and inclusive community - worshiping the One God, witnessing to God's love and compassion in a broken and hurting world, and serving all of God's people on Miami Beach and beyond that they may know the embrace of a loving God who desires nothing but our good.
Searcher or seeker, our prayer for you is that you may find and be found by the God whom we worship and strive to serve humbly and faithfully, day by day and Sunday by Sunday. How ever you came by here, we would encourage you to join with us on Sundays in our walk with God and in an honest seeking for understanding of the mystery and wonder that is God, revealed to us in the person of Jesus Christ, who empowers us with the Holy Spirit, and who holds us in grace, mercy and love.
In 1937 Bishop Wing of the Diocese of South Florida accepted the offer of The Revd Joseph Mitchell Taylor to survey the area at his own expense. A former Rector of St Andrew’s in Fort Pierce and Vicar of Holy Comforter Church in Miami, Taylor found that there were 300 Episcopalians living in the area, who were eager to have their own church on the Beach.
‘ …. for I was hungry and you gave me food, thirsty and you gave me something to drink, a stranger and you welcomed me, naked and you gave me clothing, sick and you took care of me … “Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me.”’ Matthew 25.35,40