O Living Christ, make us conscious of Your healing presence.  Touch our eyes that we may see You; Open our ears that we may hear Your voice; Enter our hearts that we may know Your love.  Overshadow our souls and bodies with Your presence that we may partake of Your strength, Your love, and Your healing life
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Overview

Overview

The grounds at the Church of the Holy Spirit are specifically designed for the glorification of God and the enjoyment of our parishioners and visitors. We carefully maintain our property to ensure a peaceful, spiritual atmosphere. Our buildings and designated special areas each have a history and purpose of their own. We sincerely hope that every visitor enjoys our grounds and finds peace, solace and purpose while here.
The Big Church

The Big Church

Built in 1990, our current church replicates the feel and atmosphere that parishioners love about the original church, but accommodates a much larger number of people.  High ceilings create spaciousness while the wood and stained glass add to the warm feel of the interior.
The Little Church

The Little Church

Affectionately called The Little Church, it is one of Apopka’s most historic buildings. Over 100 years old, the church was moved onto our property in 1970.  It is still functional and is an important part of our church campus, being used for private ceremonies, small services, and meditation.
Memorial Garden

Memorial Garden

Nestled between the ‘little church’ and the Parish Hall is the Holy Spirit Memorial Garden.  Ashes of deceased members of the church may be interred in the Memorial Garden.  Bronze markers on the pillars note the names of those buried, while a grid provides a specific location for those in the future to determine where their loved one was buried.  A comfortable bench by the fountain featuring a statue of St. Francis of Assisi provides a quiet spot for peaceful meditation. Bricks may also be purchased for the walkway either in memory of or in thanksgiving for individuals and families.
Youth House

Youth House

Our Youth are fortunate to have their own space – a place to meet, eat, pray, play and learn!  The original building was moved on to the property in the early ‘70’s used as a parish hall, a home for the church sextant and since 1980 has since been renovated and evolved into the Reedy-McCrae Youth House.