Family Eucharist (No Sunday School) – Nov 24th

This Sunday, November 24th – there will be no Sunday school to allow families to gather together in celebration of “Christ the King” Sunday. On special occasions such as this, children will join their families in service to worship and partake in holy communion also called Family Eucharist.

ADVENT ART FESTIVAL SPECIAL EVENT

Following the service is the Advent Festival where all are invited to make things to prepare for Advent and the Christmas Season. Tables will be set up in Cowans Hall, each with a different project. Feel free to enjoy each of the activities. Crafts projects will include Christmas Wrapping Paper, Advent Angels, Creche Figures, Advent Calendar Chains, Luminaries of Tin, Decorating Cookies, Advent Wreaths, and Coloring the Annual Advent Poster. Lou Poulain will be hosting the refreshments at the festival. Please come and have fun and take home some Advent creations for your homes. See you there.

THIS SUNDAY’S READINGS

The readings for this Last Sunday after Pentecost, Christ the King are: Psalm 46, the First Reading is Jeremiah 23:1-6, the Second Reading is Colossians 1:11-20, and the Gospel is Luke 23:33-43.

MEMORY VERSE

“God is our mighty fortress always ready to help in times of trouble.” – Psalm 46:1 (CEV – Contemporary English Version)

For campus locations, please see Directions and Campus Map.

QUESTIONS OR INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING

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

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Family Service (No Sunday School) – Nov. 3rd

FAMILY SERVICE

This Sunday, we are celebrating with a family service in the church at 10:30 AM in honor of All Saints Day in addition to our regularly scheduled early morning 8:00 am worship service.

Please mark your calendars, as there will be No Sunday School on November 3rd; classes will resume again the following Sunday, November 10th.

This is a time of sharing – considering what talents and gifts we may offer up to the Lord this coming year. At St. Thomas, we consider our gifts as a pledge of support for the spiritual and financial health, and well-being of the faith community.

STEWARDSHIP

In our mutual commitment as stewards, it is our prayer that we may welcome and extend grace, mercy and loving compassion to our neighbors mid-day Wednesdays and Sunday mornings, and provide hope beyond the church’s big red doors.

For more on Stewardship 2019, click on Shining Our Light image at the lower right-hand side of the home page.

You will be directed to a corresponding post – a letter from our Warden that shares more about this year’s theme.

FIRST-TIME VISITING

If you are visiting us for the first time, take your time to explore who we are as a faith community – we’re pleased to offer you our heartfelt welcome 🙂

If not sure where to go, please refer to the following link as a guide – Directions & Campus Map

See you this Sunday.

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Family Eucharist (No Sunday School) – May 5th

FAMILY EUCHARIST

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.

READINGS – THE THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER

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.

MEMORY VERSE

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

QUESTIONS OR INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING

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

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Easter Service & Annual Easter Egg Hunt – Sunday, April 21st

INVITATION

We cordially invite you to join us for a festive Family Eucharist at 9:00 AM with a fun-filled Easter Egg Hunt to follow morning service.

IMPORTANT REMINDERS!

Parents – please bring an empty Easter Basket for every child participating in the Easter Egg Hunt!

NEED SOME DIRECTIONS?

If this is your first time joining us, please follow the link to Directions and Campus Map.

SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS

If you or a loved one are in need of special accommodations, such as hearing devices or a large print service bulletin, please let one of our greeters know upon arrival.

See you there!
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Easter Egg Hunt – Sunday, April 21st

INVITATION

We cordially invite you to join us for a festive Family Eucharist at 9:00 AM with a fun-filled Easter Egg Hunt to follow afterwards.

IMPORTANT REMINDERS!

Parents – please bring an empty Easter Basket for every child participating in the Easter Egg Hunt!

NEED SOME DIRECTIONS?

If this is your first time joining us, please follow the link to Directions and Campus Map.

QUESTIONS & SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS

If you have any questions or have a loved one are in need of special accommodations, such as hearing devices or a large print service bulletin, please let one of our greeters know upon arrival. They are there to help:)

See you there!
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