Wednesdays

10:00 am Stations of the Cross During Lent
Streaming Live on Facebook
From trial to tomb, reflect upon Jesus’ sufferings for us in this ancient practice of walking the stations that are posted around the sanctuary.

After Easter Our Normal Morning Prayer Will Resume
10:00 am Morning Prayer followed by Bible Study
Become more free in Christ, mature in knowing God through video series, discussion, reflection and reading. Teaching notes from Fr. Michael, and interactive discussion make up this time together in God’s Word.
Thursdays
5:00 pm  Reunion Group

This group offers personal time for prayer and share of life's joys and sorrows, as well as accountability to Christ's call for study, piety and action.  Meets weekly at the CHS Office Lobby. (Note new time and location.)
 

Saturdays

9:00 am  Legacy Trail Bike Club

Have bicycle? Will ride.  Get together, have fun and enjoy a casual and non-competitive bike ride. It's a breeze!  Call Gary Bullock for info at (941) 922-4155.

 

6:00 pm  Healing Prayer and Praise Night 

Streaming Live on Facebook

"Where the spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom." 2 Corinthians 3:17

On the first Saturday of each month, all are welcome to seek healing from God through faith in Jesus Christ. Spend time praising the Lord and come expecting Jesus to bless you in the midst of whatever difficulty you may have. 

Sundays

During the Coronavirus, you can view our Holy Eucharist Service Live on Facebook
Our regular Sundays look like this:
9:30 am  Warm up to Worship

Come early before the main service to spend extra time in song and prayer with God's presence.

10:00 am Worship Service

Celebrate the risen Lord in praise, prayer, and presence through music, God's word, and the breaking of bread. Planned children and youth activities are available ages 6-16. Personal and confidential healing prayer is always available after each service.

 
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Church of the Holy Spirit  |  129 South Tamiami Trail  |  Osprey, FL  34229  |  941-966-1924