The church I am attending is St. Therese Byzantine Catholic Church, 13th Ave N & 43rd St. in St. Petersburg. www.sttherese-byzantine.com
Divine Liturgy is in English at 9:00. This is the "Ruthenian" (Eparchy of Passaic).
Epiphany of Our Lord Ukrainian Catholic Church is on 90th Ave N just west of 4th St. in St. Petersburg. They have English liturgy at 8:30 (recited as there evidently has not been developed and disseminated a good chant in English among the Ukrainians) and at 10:00 in Ukrainian. They have a web site also.
Both churches have coffee hour after the liturgy. The Ukrainian at 10:00 is chanted very well, cantor is in his 90s.
From Tampa, the Ukrainian is VERY close to the 4th St. exit of I-275 or the Gandy bridge. St. Therese isn't far from the 22nd Ave N exit of 275.
The Maronite mission at St. Mary's on Sat. eve. has more Arabic than English, but the priest decides on the proportions allotted to each language on the spot according to the attendance that evening. They are also very friendly and usually have a social time after the liturgy.
The books were at a yard sale at St. Therese about a year ago. Perhaps Fr. Simon or somebody else down here in the winter had had them.