The Church of the
Episcopal • Clearwater
Whoever you are and wherever you are on your journey of faith, you are welcome here, just as you are, to receive God's love freely given.

Contact Us!

March 4
7:00PM -- Lenten Series

(Click on the calendar for the Zoom link)

March  18
Food Distribution -- All are welcome, no requirements! Click the logo to volunteer!

We believe in upholding the dignity of all people because,

God loves everyone • NO EXCEPTIONS!

Sunday Worship

8:30am Zoom Service

10:00am In-Person Worship Service

All COVID Guidelines followed including wearing masks & social distancing.

The Service will be available Facebook Live and loaded to YouTube afterward.

11:30am Zoom Fellowship 

Good Samaritan is accesible for people with disabilities!

The Church of the Good Samaritan

2165 NE Coachman Road

Clearwater, FL 33765 US



Black History Month
Black History Month calls us to celebrate the contributions of Black Americans today and throughout our history as a nation, to understand our country’s systemic inequities more deeply, and to recommit to dismantling racism within ourselves and our communities. 

Race and Reckoning: An Exploration Into Reparations
Sign up for 
28 Days of Black History, a virtual exhibition that celebrates Black legacy in the U.S., emailed to you each evening. 
Register for 
Black Lives Matter: What it is and What it ain’t, Feb 18 and 24, a two-part series that dispels some common myths about the BLM movement and explores ways to engage social justice more deeply. 
Scroll through the 
Leadership Gallery of The Church Awakens:African Americans and the Struggle for Justice to learn more about the contributions of such Church luminaries as Bishop John T. Walker, Ms. Verna Dozier, Justice Thurgood Marshall, and the Rev. Absalom Jones, America’s first Black priest.

Online Stations of the Cross

Outside in our Labyrinth we have posted the Stations of the Cross with a guide. You can view them here online, and use the guide on your phone to walk they Labyrinth as well. CLICK HERE for the Stations of the Cross


The Episcopal Church Welcomes You!

The Rev. Jamie Samilio is our Priest-in-Charge, and our worship service is from the Book of Common Prayer. We follow the Revised Common Lectionary.