During his earthly ministry, Jesus called people to himself and then sent them out to share his love with the world. These ‘sent ones’ are called Apostles - a word that means those who have been sent. That’s who we hope to be: People gathered together to worship God, to be nourished by his Word and Sacraments, and then sent out with his life, love, and grace into this world.
That's our prayer for anyone who comes to one of our services. And we invite you to come - whether you live here full time or are here for vacation! And when you do come, we pray that you will have an encounter with Jesus. And no matter who you expect him to be, we hope that he will surprise you and challenge you.
So come be fed and healed and forgiven!
You are welcome here!
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Missions and Outreach:
Young Life South Walton
Inviting kids to follow Christ, caring for them regardless of their response, and changing lives in the process.
International Justice Mission
Working to end violence, abuse, oppression, and slavery by bringing justice to the poor.
Kule Joram & Biira Roset
Joram was kidnapped by bandits and forced to be a child soldier at the age of nine when his village was attacked and his parents were crippled. Fr. John met him after his escape and now Apostles By-the-Sea makes it possible for Joram and his sister, Roset, to attend school.
Ryan and Stephanie Robinson
Our missionaries in Haiti with Konbit Haiti and Justice Water.
Rescuing Children from Poverty
in Jesus’ Name.
Caring and Sharing of South Walton
Assisting Local Families in Need
Anglican Relief and Development
The official relief and development arm of the Anglican Church in North America.
Next Worship Service:
The Second Sunday of Advent
December 8, 2019 at 11:15 a.m
The Faithfulness of Ruth, of Boaz, and of God
Fr. John Wallace
The Book of Ruth
Sunday, October 27, 2019
Apostles By-the-Sea has an
Advent Devotion Podcast!
Thanks to Scott Perry
for writing the devotions!
Click here to listen!
Click here to Subscribe on iTunes!
Ashley Wallace has written a wonderful guide to help us celebrate the season of Advent in our homes.
You can buy it on Amazon
by clicking here!
Ashley also has a website with ideas and recipes for celebrating Advent called SeasonsOfTheChurch.com.
The Second Sunday of Advent
December 8, 2019 + 11:15 a.m
The Third Sunday of Advent
December 15, 2019 + 11:15 a.m
The Fourth Sunday of Advent
December 22, 2019 + 11:15 a.m
Christmas Eve Mass
December 24, 2019 + 8:00 p.m.
at Apostles By-the-Sea
To the parents of young children...
We love your kids!
If you come to Church with your young children, we welcome you and thank you for making the effort to be here!
We believe that the way we welcome children in Church shapes the way they respond to our Heavenly Father and to Jesus, our Lord. So let them know that they are at home in this liturgical gathering. Let them know that they belong and that God loves them and wants them to be here!
If desired, a nursery is available for our littlest children.
For more information about how we welcome children in our worship services, or for more information about nursery, Acolytes, or Kids Church, click here.
11:15 a.m. in the Town Hall
in Rosemary Beach
48 South Barrett Square
Rosemary Beach, FL 32461
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about our Sunday Service
and Kids Church
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