We are a growing Communion with churches all over the world.  We are diverse in culture, language, race, we are in unity in worship, sacraments, and our high value for the Sanctity of Life.  We are part of the world-wide Christian convergence movement, a "convergence of streams" that unifies the liturgical/sacramental, evangelical, and charismatic tributaries of the Church.

We are a church that is fully Sacramental / Liturgical. At the center of our worship is the Sacrament of Holy Eucharist (The Lord’s Supper) in which we believe is the Real Presence of Christ. We celebrate the living historic forms of the liturgies of the Church and the seven Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, Holy Eucharist ( The Lord’s Supper), Confession, Healing, Holy Orders, and Holy Matrimony.

We are a Church that is fully Evangelical, holding to a high view of the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, believing them to contain all things necessary for salvation; nothing can be taught as necessary for salvation that is not contained therein. We are committed to the preaching of the Gospel to fulfill the great commission. We believe that we are saved by grace alone and justified by faith in Christ who is calling us to a personal relationship with Him.

As a Church that is fully Charismatic, we are open to the continued working of the Holy Spirit in both our worship and daily lives. We believe that through the baptism of the Holy Spirit all believers are empowered to participate in the fullness of ministry.  The baptism of the Holy Spirit releases in the believer both the fruit and gifts of the Spirit for the building up of the Church and the advancement of the Kingdom.


We are a governed by Bishops in apostolic succession who are humbly submitted to the leading of the Holy Spirit and to each other. We are a house of prayer at all levels of government, desiring to hear the voice of God. Decisions are made in council upon coming to consensus. The church is administered by the orders of Bishops, Priests, Deacons and Laity. All baptized Christians are ministers of the Church.

Bishop of the Diocese of Florida

The Most Rev. David Simpson

1038 N 32 Ave.,

Hollywood FL 33032

Office: 954-983-5808

Cell: (954) 830-6783

Fax: (954) 983-5840



The Rev. Fr. David Paysinger

P. O. Box 8608

Jacksonville, FL 32239-8608

(904) 721-4199

(904) 725-9660  (Fax)


Diocesan Treasurer

The Rev. Fr. Herb Purick

329 Old Daytona Road

DeLand, FL  32724

(561) 685-0783 (Cell)

(386) 917-0132 (Fax)


Cannon Missioner

The Rev. Canon, Dr. Drew Wales

854 Cardinal Avenue, Rockledge, FL 32955

(321) 848-6757


Director of Clergy Formation and Development

The Rev Fr. Scott Looker

P. O. Box 8608

Jacksonville, FL 32239-8608

(904) 721-4199

904) 725-9660  (Fax)


Diocesan Communications Office

The Rev. Dn. Robert Massey

133 Massey Lane

Palatka FL 32177

(386) 972-9655 (Cell - call or text)



Chair, Bishop's Commission of Ordained Ministers

The Rev. Fr. Jim Nilon

3332 Thornwood Road, Sarasota FL 34231

(941) 380-5010


Diocesan Administrator & Secretary

The Rev. Fr. Colin Morris

6701 S. W. 25th Street

Miramar, FL 33023

Office: (954) 983-5808

Fax: (954) 983-5840

Diocesan Office

Sarajane Hudock – Secretary

6701 S. W. 25th Street

Miramar, FL 33023

Office: (954) 983-5808

Cell: (954) 830-6783

Fax: (954) 983-5840


The Charismatic Episcopal Church is not and has never been affiliated with the Episcopal Church USA or the Anglican Communion. Pastors and churches in Florida who wish to be part of the Convergence or Three-Streams movement (Evangelical, Sacramental, and Charismatic) are invited to contact The Most Reverend David Simpson, Bishop Diocese of Florida, at CanonDSimpson@cs.com. Additional information is available at www.iccec.org or at https://cec-na.org.


For more information about the Charismatic Episcopal Church:

www.iccec.org or https://cec-na.org

     Link to ICCEC Canon Law:


Deacon Robert Massey