St. Margaret of Scotland Episcopal Church
Welcoming Spiritual Home for ALL People
Sarasota Episcopal Church Welcoming Everyone for
Worship with Ministries and Sunday School in FL
All are invited to find a spiritual home at our welcoming community of faith at St. Margaret of Scotland Episcopal Church in Sarasota, FL. St. Margaret of Scotland Episcopal Church is a family called by Christ to grow spiritually, to share life with others and to make known His love through word and deed. St. Margaret is also a parish for all people: for those who need a church home; for those who mourn and want comfort; for those who pray and those who don’t; for those who believe and those who doubt; for those who are searching for God. St. Margaret of Scotland Episcopal Church is for those who have not felt welcome in other communities of faith and for all in need of God’s presence and love. As Episcopalians, we are followers of Jesus Christ, our Lord, and believe in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. We uphold the Bible and worship with the Book of Common Prayer.
Fellowship at St. Margaret of Scotland
Episcopal Church in Sarasota, FL
Fellowship is the conduit to creating and developing a community of believers. You can attend church every Sunday and still not know anyone. You need fellowship opportunities to develop close ties with others. There are many ways to get better acquainted with other members of the community but nothing is more fun than sharing a meal, taking a hike, or going on an outing together. The first Sunday of the every month features a themed brunch. A good example is the Ocktober Fest celebration we had in October, followed by St. Margaret’s High Tea Sunday in November, and the Christmas Cookie contest in December. On the 3rd Saturday of every month we get our friends and dogs together and go out to visit local parks. Our favorite is Myakka River State Park but we have added several new trails in the Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center south of Punta Gorda. The outing group meets and plans fun trips like kayaking the mangrove tunnels of Lido, visiting the Stations of the Cross at Dayspring and going to local museums in the summer.