About St. Gabriel’s Click Here to make Prayer Requests Nestled in historic downtown Titusville is St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church, one of Florida’s treasured Carpenter Gothic churches. St Gabriel’s has continuously served as a house of worship for the community since the first service on May 31, 1888. Upon entering the sanctuary, one immediately senses the Holy Spirit and is inspired by the Victorian stained-glass windows, one of the finest collections on the east coast. The warmth of the interior is outwardly demonstrated by our welcoming congregation. Titusville is “The Gateway to Nature and Space”, and while we cherish our history, we are also immersed in a high technology community with its eyes on spaceflight. Many of our congregation are involved in these endeavors. Our school system reflects this in its outstanding programs. We are also surrounded by protected wildlife areas on the banks of the Indian River Lagoon and pristine beaches of the Canaveral National Seashore, which offer many opportunities for outdoor recreation in our mild climate. A 19TH CENTURY CHURCH FOR 21ST CENTURY PEOPLE AT PINE STREET AND PALM AVENUE IN HISTORIC TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA Sunrise WeddingSunrise Wedding, Circa 1930. Because the stained glass windows look best at 7:30am. Early Church AltarWhat the Altar looked like before the Church expansion around 1960. Old Portico EntranceCheck out the wardrobe. Circa 1940s. Church in Original FormNote the Model “T” in the foreground.Circa 1920s. Church Under ConstructionAround 1960, the church’s capacity was more than doubled with this expansion to 150. Bishop Cameron Mann, who was Bishop from 1914-1932, with acolytes and other servers. Click for more on our History!