Welcome to St. Martin’s Anglican Church in Ocala, FL. Our church worships in the historic Anglican tradition by teaching the scriptures and Christian values. As our congregation continues to grow, we have maintainted unchanging faith and morals while reaching out a helping hand to the community. We host a variety of group events in an effort to bring like-minded individuals together to spread the word of the Lord. Our congregation honors traditional Christian beliefs through special holiday events, luncheons, and Palm Sunday. It is our goal to serve as the Lord’s vehicle and to carry out His will through various programs that help those in need. We collect food and clothing for individuals in the community who are less fortunate than us.
We welcome all to our congregation and invite you to join us at our Sunday Mass at 10AM.
Sunday: 10:00am Mass followed by Gathering and Coffee Hour
A small piece of The True Cross of Christ held at the parish of St. Martin’s Anglican Church, Ocala Florida, the National Shrine of the True Cross of Jesus Christ, the Orthodox Anglican Church, is a first-order relic above all others.
It is saturated with the blood or our Savior, truly God and truly man, and serves as a reminder of the Healing & Salvation given to us by the Son of God.
The National Shrine brings Jesus Christ to the world by inspiring devotion to our Lord and his saving Grace and serves as our center for prayer & healing. The Order of the Most Precious Blood of Jesus Christ (OPS), an order of clergy and lay members, serve as the wardens of the Shrine.
A beautiful card will be sent to those individuals entered below that will provide Spiritual Remembrance for Healing to share in Mass and Prayers Offered at The National Shrine of The True Cross of Jesus Christ Where a ‘First Order Relic’ Of the True Cross of Christ Resides within St. Martin’s Anglican Church Orthodox Anglican Communion
Donations are gratefully and humbly accepted to further the work of the Shrine
The Rev. Dr. David Sokol was ordained to the priesthood on January 19, 1997. He has served as university teaching and research faculty, vice president for administration, and treasurer as well as chief operations officer in both public universities and private church-related institutions of higher education. He also served as the executive director for a church-related, urban, multi-county residential complex for physically and sexually abused children.
Ministry and Missions
We support several local charities and the Good Shepherd School and foster home program for unwanted children in Andraha Pradesh (Hyderabad) India.
The Orthodox Anglican Church
The Most Revd. Thomas E. Gordon, Presiding Bishop