Cinco de Mayo Celebration with Bishop Mary – Sunday, May 5th

Please mark your calendars and join us in welcoming Bishop Mary during her last scheduled visit with St. Thomas on Sunday, May 5th. She will be presiding over both 8:00 and 10:30 am worship services.

Fiesta to Follow

Following the mid-morning service, we will gather in Cowans Hall as a full faith community to host a Cinco de Mayo Celebration in recognition of the rich cultural heritage of our Latin neighbors and to honor Bishop Mary’s last visit with us.

What’s on the Menu?

For lunch, PEP a.k.a. Parish Event Planners will host a Taco Bar with some basic fixings (i.e. corn and flour tortillas, black beans, refried beans, rice, Mexican cheeses, shredded lettuce, tomatoes, chips and fresh salsas).

Bring Something Good to Share

We invite you to contribute to the festivities by bringing something tasty to share…here are some ideas:


  • Additional Condiments for the Taco Bar (guacamole, pico de gallo) or fillings (chicken, beef, fish, grilled veggies, etc.)
  • A Favorite Mexican Dish (chicken molé, arroz con polo, carne asada, fiesta casseroles, etc.)
  • Desserts (flan, sopapillas, tres leches cake, churros, etc.)


Bebidos or Drinks

There will also be an “Agua Fresca” bar where you can enjoy sampling a variety of Mexican non-alcoholic beverages.

Special Note: No worries if you are unable to bring something, come for lunch anyway. There’s always plenty to share!

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Family Eucharist (No Sunday School) – May 5th


This Sunday, we are celebrating Family Eucharist at 10:30 AM in the church with Bishop Mary in honor of Cinco de Mayo and her final visit with St. Thomas.

Mark your calendars – there will be no Sunday School on May 5th; classes will resume again the following Sunday, May 12th.

Childcare for infants and children up to 4 years of age is available with Tina at the back of the church (a.k.a. Narthex) during worship service.

There will be a celebratory lunch afterwards in Cowans Hall – please join us in the festivities and bring a latin-inspired dish to share for our taco bar and fiesta table. If you forget, no worries – there is always plenty to share!

For campus locations, please see Directions and Campus Map.


This Sunday’s readings are: Psalm 30, The First Reading is Acts 9:1-6, The Second Reading is Revelation 5:11-14 and the Gospel is John 21:1-19.


“Your faithful people, Lord, will praise you with songs and honor your holy name.” – Psalm 30:4-6 (CEV – Contemporary English Version)


For questions or interest in volunteering, contact Sue Beckham, Family Ministry Director.

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Bishop Mary visits St. Thomas – Sunday, Feb. 25th

The Rt. Rev. Mary Gray-Reeves will be visiting us on Sunday, February 25th during the 10:30 AM worship service.

Always inspiring and definitely a blessing – please join us in welcoming Bishop Mary to St. Thomas.


Celebratory cake and punch will be served in Cowans Hall following mid-morning service. Be sure to stop by and enjoy a piece!


Need a little help knowing where to go? See Direction & Campus Map

Slide show image features photo of The Rt. Rev. Mary Gray-Reeves by George Conger, Executive Editor of Anglican Ink – thanks George!

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A Visit from Bishop Mary – Nov. 13th

The Rt. Rev. Mary Gray-Reeves will be visiting St. Thomas on November 13th to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of our worship space during the 10:30 AM worship service.

Come a few minutes early, as we’ll be meeting in the courtyard first and then circumambulate – walk around the outside of the church in celebration. Together, we’ll take our first steps towards the next 50 years! There will be a cake reception following the service.

In lieu of our regular 8:00 AM worship service, Morning Prayer will be offered on this day.


Please join us in Cowans Hall for refreshments including a celebratory cake and punch following mid-morning service.


Not sure where to go, see Direction & Campus Map

Come celebrate with us and offer a warm welcome to Bishop Mary!

Slide show image features photo of The Rt. Rev. Mary Gray-Reeves by George Conger, Executive Editor of Anglican Ink – thanks George!

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No Sunday School – Nov. 13th

On this day we will have a special visit from the Bishop during 10:30 AM Worship Service; therefore, there will be no Sunday School this morning.

Sunday School will resume its normal activities the following Sunday.


Children will go with their families directly to 10:30 AM Worship Service to celebrate Family Eucharist with Bishop Mary.

Childcare will be held at the rear of the Church with Tina.


Reminder: We will be receiving food donations on behalf of Second Harvest Food Bank and the children will help with the collection at the door to the church.

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