||Presbyterian church organized in Micanopy.
||First Episcopal services held in Micanopy.
||Presbyterians acquired the lot on Cholokka Blvd. where the Church
of the Mediator is located today. Shortly after, the Presbyterians
built the wood-frame church that still stands today, now owned by
The Episcopal Church.
||Episcopalians had a small frame church on the
south side of Seminary Street, between Cholokka Blvd. and Division
||Episcopal services ceased.
||Episcopal church building torn down.
||Presbyterian services cease, building on Cholokka St. is vacant.
||October 16, Episcopal services again conducted
in Micanopy, with Archdeacon Fred Yerkes of Jacksonville. The name,
Church of the Mediator, is a revival of the name of the earlier
||Easter Day, Fr. Les Singleton begins serving at the Church of
the Mediator. On Dec. 16, 2007 he celebrates his 40th ordination