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


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.


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.


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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No Sunday School (Teacher Vacation) – July 21 & 28

No Sunday School

There is NO SUNDAY SCHOOL planned for July 21 & 28. Teachers are taking a summer break over the next two weeks. Sunday School will restart on August 4th.

Please check back towards the end of the first week of August for more details.

Family Worship @ 10:30 AM

In the meantime, families to gather together for worship at the 10:30 AM service in the church with fellowship time to follow in Cowans Hall.

Need some direction?

For campus locations, please see Directions and Campus Map.

Mark Your Calendars

Mark your calendars – Vacation Bible School – final meeting on Sunday, August 11th.

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Family Worship – March 10th

This Sunday, there will be no Sunday School; the children will instead worship with their families in church as we focus on Whole Congregation Formation on the topic of Lent.

Be sure to remember to bring a bag lunch and something to share with others if you will be attending the intergenerational activity in Cowans Hall following the 10:30 AM worship service.


Nursery care will be available with Tina in the back of the church. This service is offered for infants and children (up to 4 years*).

For campus locations, please see Directions and Campus Map.


These are the readings for this First Sunday in Lent: Psalm 91:1-2, 9-16, the First Reading is Deuteronomy 26:1-11, the Second Reading is Romans 10:8b-13, and the Gospel is Luke 4:1-13.


“Worship the Lord your God and serve him only.” – Luke 4:8 (CEV – Contemporary English Version).


For questions or interest in volunteering to serve with Sunday School or Nursery Care, contact Sue Beckham, Family Ministry Director.

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All Saints Sunday = Family Worship / No Sunday School – Nov. 4th

Dear Friends & Parents,

A Reminder for Sunday November 4, 2018. These are the readings that will be shared for the Twenty-fourth Sunday After Pentecost: Psalm 146, The First Reading is Ruth 1:1-18, The Second Reading is Hebrews 9:11-14, and the Gospel is Mark 12:28-34.

For the children (large and small), a memory verse for your enjoyment and spiritual growth: ”Shout praises to the Lord!” – from the Psalm 146 (CEV or Contemporary English Version).

No Sunday School

We are taking time off from Sunday School in celebration for All Saints Sunday. Students will instead be joining their families for worship together as a full faith community. Sunday school will resume again the following weekend.

All Saints Sunday

This Sunday, children will arrive with their families for the 10:30 AM worship service in the main church sanctuary. Come and enjoy a wonderful service and learn more about Christian saints.

There will be student participation with readings about various Saints during service.

Pledge Sunday

In addition, this is the day set aside as Pledge Sunday when we dedicate our pledges of time, tithe and talents to the Lord’s work through the church at St. Thomas. This is something we do voluntarily out of a spirit of giving to bring continuity to the faith community that was started over 150 years ago here in Sunnyvale.

If you are in need of a pledge card, they are located on the back table of the Narthex (just inside the big red church doors – to the right).

First Visit

If you are checking us out for the first time, please feel free to fill out a visitor’s card so that we may offer you a heartfelt welcome. Thank you for coming 🙂

Nursery Care

Nursery Care will be held in the back of the Church with Tina.

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Sunday School on Hiatus – Sept 2nd


Sunday School is on hiatus this week. Children will worship with their families in the Church and Child Care will be available in the back of the Church.


This week’s readings are: Psalm 45:1-2, 7-10 the First Reading is Song of Solomon 2:8-13, the Second Reading is James 1:17-27 and the Gospel is Mark 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23.


“The bad words that come out of your mouths are what make you unclean”. (Mark 7:14 CEV).

For campus locations, please see Directions and Campus Map.

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