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Ministry Fair

The Ministry Fair is returning for the 2023 Diocesan Convention! This unique and in-person event shows off the breadth and depth of ministry in our diocese with displays from congregations, ministry groups, national organizations, and businesses that specialize in church products and services. See our list of Ministry Fair Vendors below. 



  • Race and Reconciliation Committee

  • DaySpring Episcopal Conference Center

  • Union of Black Episcopalians

  • CM Almy

  • Education for Ministry (EfM)

  • The Order of the Daughters of the King(DOK)

  • EYC of SWFL

  • Our Little Roses

  • Episcopal Relief and Development (ERD)

  • School for Ministry  (SfM)

  • The Verdin Company

  • Episcopal Church Women (ECW)

  • Bishop Gray Retirement Foundation

  • The University of the South, Sewanee School of Theology

  • Diocesan Altar Guild

  • SWFL Cursillo

  • St. Thoomas' Choir School

  • Dominican Development Group

  • Faithful Access

  • Order of St. Luke

  • Cornerstone Kids, Inc.

  • Forward Movement

  • Garden of Grace Counseling

  • Deaf Ministry

Priest Holding Book


During Convention, the Diocesan Altar Guild (DAG) coordinates an Exchange/Recycle Table.  They accept donations of CLEAN, usable soft and hard goods that your church may no longer need.

Items can include fair linens, burses, veils, frontals, chasubles, stoles, albs, choir robes, cassocks, shirts, and collars. Chalices, ciboriums, cruets, prayer books, hymnals, crosses, stands, altar, and gospel books. Chasubles, dalmatics, copes, stoles, shirts, and suits can arrive on hangers or in storage bags.

Please label your donations and package them in light containers. DAG will be collecting donations on Thursday, October 5,  from noon - 4 p.m.; Friday, October 6, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and  Saturday, October 7 from 8 a.m. to noon.  

To volunteer please call Sarah Hill at 727-504-3958 or Evelyn Fudge at 508-241-4427.


*Items that have outlived their usefulness can be donated separately and they will be deconsecrated and burned at a later date.

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