Episcopal Church of the Good Samaritan

Office Hours

Monday - Friday 9am-12pm


2165 NE Coachman Rd Clerwater, FL 33765





Episcopal Church of the Good Samaritan

Our Vision of Good Samaritan is to be committed to being “a house of prayer for all people” (Isaiah 56:7)


Due to COVID-19, Sunday service is at 9am in Church

Live streaming is on Youtube.  See above Click here for Sunday Worship

Normal Services:

Sundays at 8am – Rite II Holy Eucharist in Chapel

Sundays at 10am – Rite II Holy Eucharist in Church with Choral Music

Wednesdays at 10am – Holy Eucharist & Healing Service in Chapel

Thursdays at 6pm – Centering Prayer in Chapel

Our Mission of Good Samaritan is To share Jesus by reaching out to others through Christian love, Bible study, worship, fellowship, and prayer.
(Paraphrased from Acts 2:42)

New Priest-in-Charge

Good Samaritan has called a new priest-in-charge.  The Rev. Jamie S. Samilio, who has previously served as Associate Rector of The Church of the Holy Cross in Dunn Loring, VA for the last five years, will begin September 1, 2020.

She is a graduate of Virginia Theological Seminary with a master’s degree in Christian education and a post-graduate certificate in Anglican Studies.  She holds an undergraduate degree in Art from Mercyhurst University, in her hometown of Erie, PA.  She has a passion for Christian formation and outreach, and has a love for engaging in the creative process, through art and worship.  Prior to being ordained, Jamie worked for the American Airlines Group as a corporate trainer, with an emphasis on safety.

The parishioners of Good Samaritan would like to express our heartfelt thank you to our priests during our transition: Reverend Glad McCurtain, Reverend Dee DeMontmollin, Reverend Sonia Sullivan, and Deacon Sandy Jamieson for their pastoral love, care, and devotion. Your presence and guidance were felt by each of us, and we are eternally grateful for continuing to lead us to do God's work in our church and community.

Monthly Schedule

Vision for the future

A parish survey and subsequent table talks revealed the following emphases important to the congregation:

Metaphors for Our Vision

There are two metaphors in particular that express our heart and our desire to be a place of sanctuary, safety, and support.

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