National Catholic Church
of North America
Holy Angels National Catholic Community
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
We are committed to bringing the depth and richness of the Catholic Spiritual tradition to those who for whatever reason have found themselves excluded from their Spiritual homes, including the divorces and remarried, our LGBT brothers and sisters, or those who embrace the place of women in ordained ministry, married priests, and personal conscioence regarding family planning.

Located at:
1442 NE 26th St
Wilton Manors, Florida   33305-1322

Mass:   Saturday, 6:00pm (English)
Sunday, 9:00am (Español)
Sunday, 11:00am (English)

Associate Pastor:  
Pastoral Associate:  
In Residence:  

Founded By:  
Monsignor Jamie Forsythe
Father Rich Vitale
Deacon Kelly Graham
Padre Saul
Bishop Joseph Gallant
 Bishop Terry Villare (1936 - 2021)

Agape National Catholic Community
Key West, Florida
We are a contemporary Church open to all without judgement.

We are Catholic in our philosophy and practice but without some of the traditionals and beliefs of traditional Catholicism.

Our Worship is called Mass and is basically taken from the Roman practice, but wiht a new and refreshing tone in its celebration.  Upon request we celebrate Sunday Mass at 8:00am at Smathers Beach, Key West.  Please contact Father Csar.  HABLAMOS ESPANOL.

We take our basic creed that which all Christian traditions adhere to as found in the Apostles Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Athanasian Creed.

Located at:
Peace Covenant Presbyterian Church
2610 Flagler Avenue
Key West, Florida   33040

Interactive Liturgy:  Saturday, 5:00pm


In Residence: 
Rev. Csar Guzman
Rev. Sarah Fowler
Bishop Tom Sterner


Saint Anthony of Padua National Catholic Community
Jacksonville, Florida
“A Small Church with a Big Heart”
Every is welcome to receive all the sacraments
A Healing Catholic Church with
Love without Judgement for ALL.

Located at:
7509 Cliff Cottage Drive
Jacksonville, Florida   32244

Mass:  Sunday, 10:30am

Pastor:  Rev. Marsha Brandt

Saint Dorothy National Catholic Community
Orlando, Florida
St. Dorothy's has been a presence in the greater Orlando area for about 16 years.  Originally started as Dignity/Orlando by Father (now Bishop) Jim Sherlock, CFSC with Masses being celebrated at the LGBT+ Center  Over time it has had several locations in the greater Orlando area.  It was decided that the focus of the parish would not only be the LGBT+ community but all of those who have had/have been marginalized by their respective faith groups for hatever reasons.  A new name was given, St. Dorothy National Catholic Community.

Bishop Sherlock was called back to Philadelphia by his Religous Community and Father Anthony Borka assumed the reigns of the Parish.  In 2010 Deacon Jim Profirio-Bond joined the and in 2011 was ordained a priest.  The Parish moved to the Wedding Chapel in Winter Park later that year.  In 2013 it transitioned to its current home at St. Matthew's Tavern.  Our charism is to miniter to those broken of any faith persuasion and/or estranged from their faith for whatever reason.  Our special ministry is to help with the homeless in teaching them how to stretch their EBT funds thorugh good nutrition using crock pots.

Located at St. Matthew's Tavern
1300 N. Mills Avenue
Orlando, Florida   32885

Mass:  Sundays, 11:00am

Pastor:  Fr. Jim Profirio-Bond, OFJ

Saint Mary Magdalen National Catholic Community
Bensalem, Pennsylvania
Named for one of the most maligned disciples of the early church, Saint Mary Magdalen National Catholic Community seeks to transform lives the same way Christ transformed the lives of the Apostles through engaging people and changing their hearts, minds and spirit.

We create dynamic worship where success in our Christian walk is measure in life-transformations.  Nourishing and empowering spiritual and emotional growth where we not only learn about our faith; but also experience the healing, changing power of Jesus Christ.

Meeting Jesus for the first time after the Resurrection, Mary Magdalen asks, “Where have you taken [Christ]?”  Today we ask ourselves that same question.  Through feeding the hungry; clothing the naked; releasing those in the bondage of guilt and sin; advocating for our maginalized brothers and sisters; caring for all God‘s Creation ... we take Christ wherever we go.

Stop by our website or give us a call to learn more about our ministries and program.  We would be humbled and honored for you to join us in our adventure.

Located at:
1065 Bristol Pike
Bensalem, PA   19020

Liturgy:  Sunday, 10:15am

Co-Pastors:  Rev. JoEllen Werthman
M.Rev. Jim Sherlock

Saint Mary National Catholic Community
Washington, District of Columbia
St. Mary’s is the newest addition to the National Catholic Church of North America, bringing independent Catholicism to our Nation's Capital.

Committed to the “the Gospel in Action,” we seek to sow peace and love throughout Washington DC, assisting the poor and celebrating the sacraments.

Our Parish remains in its infancy, so if you’ve ever wanted to help build a church and to influence its direction this is your opportunity.

We conclude each Mass with a social hour, so that we can enjoy one another’s fellowship and company, discuss future plans for our parish, and determine service projects to help our community.  Please Join Us, We’d love to have you!

Located at:
City Vista, Party Room
475 K Street
Washington, DC   20001

Liturgy:  Sunday, 11:00am

Pastor:  Rev. Thomas Wieczorek

Mission of the Society of Saint Francis
L’Anse, Michigan
The Society of Saint Francis was founded in Lake Linden, Michigan in 2009 by three religious and social justice minded persons.  The inital mission was to assist the elderly and the poor of Houghton, Keweenaw and Baraga counties in Northern Michigan.  It also afforded a way for groups such as the elderly to make a difference in their communities by creating backpack for kids and supporting various ministries for the homeless and couch surfers.  In 2012 the society moved to its current location in L’Anse, Michigan and expanded its community involvement to include ministries to the drug addicted and pulpit supply to local congregations.  In 2016 the society joined up with the National Catholic Church of North America with the deaconal ordination of our brother, Eric Erickson.

Currently our presence on Facebook and in the community has had a positive effect to those in need.  In conjunction with the St. Vincent dePaul Society and the Baptist Church we create an ecumenical fellowship of sharing and caring extending our ministries beyond our tri-county area.

Currently, Father Eric holds Healing Services every second Wednesday of the month at 6:30pm at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Baraga.  The Bay Area Community Choir will start up practices in mid-September and all are welcomed, invited, and encouraged to attend.

Located at:
4 N Main Street
L’Anse, MI   49946

Healing Service:  2nd Wednesday of each Month at 6:30pm

Guardian:  Rev. Eric Erickson


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