St. Raphael of Brooklyn Orthodox Church
Orthodox Church in America - Diocese of the South
1277 N. Paul Dr., Inverness, FL 34453
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St Raphael, Inverness, FL

 

DIRECTIONS:

 

St Raphael Orthodox Church is located at the intersection of Hwy 41 and David St., Inverness, FL

 

From Inverness:

Take U.S. 41 N past Independence Hwy, 

Turn left at next street onto David St.  (Before the Dollar General)

Turn left at first street onto N. Paul Drive. 

 

From Ocala:

Take SR 200 W.  Turn left onto U.S. 41 S in Hernanco.  Just past the Dollar General (.5 mil),

Turn right onto E. David Street

Turn left at first street onto N. Paul Drive.

 

 

Vespers: The Villages, FL (St. George Episcopal Chruch)

 We wish to thank St George Episcopal Church for allowing us to use their beautiful church for our Vesper Services - a true Christian fellowship in action.

 

DIRECTIONS:                                                                    

St George is located in The Villages FL at the intersection of Paige Place and Avenida Central to the west of the Spanish Springs downtown area. It is behind the Comfort Inn / Chilis and diagonally across from St Timothy Catholic Church. It is opposite Hacienda Center on Avenida Central.

 

From Lake Sumter Landing and 466:

Enter at Morse Blvd gate and follow to circle past the

next gate. Exit immediately to the right on Paige Place. 

St George is on the right ahead.

 

From US 301 area:

East on CR 466 to Morse Blvd gate and follow to circle past the next gate. Exit immediately to the right on Paige Place. St George is on the right ahead.

 

From Leesburg or south:

US 27 north to Avenida Central (just past the golf cart bridge), Turn left. 1st traffic light at intersection of Paige Place and Avenida Central. Church can be entered from either street.

 

From Ocala or north:

US 27 south to Avenida Central (just before the golf cart bridge). Turn right. 1st traffic light at intersection of Paige Place and Avenida Central

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St. Raphael Orthodox Church is part of the Diocese of the South. Our Diocese spans 14 states and has over 100 faithful clergy and monastics serving in 78 parishes, missions, and three monastic communities. We invite you to come worship with us from Alburquerque, New Mexico to Wilmington, North Carolina! Please see our Parish Listings for more details and to find a parish near you, or click on a story above to see the latest news from from the Diocese!

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