Join us for our
Traditional Sunday service at 9am
followed by a delicious coffee hour
Contemporary Sunday service at 11am
followed by lunch for all

Please join us to pray and give thanks
for all the amazing support & volunteers
that we have been blessed with.

The church is being the church, and it’s bringing a sense of peace and calm in what are some very stormy days in our lives.

We’re all in recovery mode from hurricane Irma, and it can be overwhelming. Most of us will be able to get back to normal. Unfortunately, that is not the reality for thousands of people in the Middle Keys who were hard hit by the storm and are still struggling to get the most basic needs met.

Remember in this time of devastation and recovery, we are committed to being the hands and feet of Christ wherever we’re needed.

Welcome to St. Columba Episcopal Church


A Church of Open Hearts and Open Minds

If you are visiting our home page for the first time, we welcome you. Please browse through the site and learn more about our faith community, our parish activities and who we are.
If you are a parishioner, use our site to keep updated on our activities and significant milestones in the life of our parish.
In either case, come and experience the Episcopal tradition of radical hospitality – a tradition that is inexplicably linked to a philosophy of open doors, open hearts and open minds.
We invite you to worship with us. Find a schedule of services on the Worship page.

We look forward to having you among us.

Reverend Canon Debra Andrew Maconaughey

Open Doors

As you browse these pages, you will see a community of faith that involves itself in the community in which we live. Whether it be through supporting organizations like Kair or Independence Cay; offering second language lessons; opening our doors to a free summer camp for kids; sponsoring Alanon; helping those that have been abused regain their dignity or joyously sponsoring a community wide evening of music, these are all examples of opening our doors to all.

Open Hearts & Minds

At the heart of Christianity, is a call to live out a ministry of welcoming friend and stranger into our hearts and lives. As Jesus preached: “As you do unto the least of these, you do unto me.” That translates into putting aside personal judgment and seeing Christ in each of us. That calls us to step outside our comfort zone and understand another’s perspective. That calls us to help others receive what we have received in Christ. At St. Columba, we believe that by looking after the good of others and asking “How Can I Help”, we bring alive the Gospel of Christ.

















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