Sunday School – May 29th

Sunday School for children and youth is in session and we’re always happy to welcome new students! If this is your child’s first day joining in, parents please arrive a few minutes early to register your new student.

Just speak with one of the teachers – they are available to assist you.

Registration can be done in any of the designated classrooms located in the Education Building. Classes will be held this week as follows: Children ages 4 – 7 will gather in the Heart Classroom and those ages 8 – 12 will meet in the Treasure Classroom – and remember to bring your Bibles!

Nursery Care is also offered for children ages 0 to age 4 in the Education Building.

Need a little help finding us? See Directions and Campus Map.


We are exploring a new curriculum this year – come check it out!


The readings for the Second Sunday after Pentecost: Psalm 96 or 96:1-9, The First Reading 1 Kings 8:22-23,41-43 or 1 Kings 18:20-21, (22-29), The Second Reading is Galatians 1:1-12 and the Gospel is Luke 7:1-10.


The Memory verse for this week for those interested is: “ Sing a new song to the Lord!” from Psalm 96.


If you would like to teach during the regular school year or help out in the classrooms, please contact Sue Beckham (see below).


If you have any questions or are interested in volunteering, please Contact Sue.

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Adult Ed: Meeting God in Each Other

We are excited to embark on a new study in May and strongly encourage everyone at St. Thomas to join us! There’s always something to learn as we strive to grow in our faith and love for one another.

MEETING GOD IN EACH OTHER — Anti-Racism Training

Being at the epicenter of the Silicon Valley allows the community of St. Thomas to be a multi-cultural community that embraces people of all races and ethnic cultures. However, sometimes we are unaware of the things that we do that push people away and make them feel less than. None of us want to do that.

Instead, we want to enable the beautiful diversity of God’s creation and walk hand-in-hand into the future of St. Thomas.

[su_quote cite=”the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.”]But the end is reconciliation; the end is redemption; the end is the creation of the beloved community…It is this type of spirit and this type of love that can transform opposers into friends. It is this love which will bring about miracles in the hearts of people.[/su_quote]


Wednesday Evenings at 7:30 PM; First session begins May 6th


The Library at Saint Thomas Episcopal Church, see Directions & Campus Map


In opening our hearts up to the miraculous and transformative love that Martin Luther King, Jr. speaks of and let’s come together as a whole community!

Cover Art taken from a mural on a boathouse wall in the town of Clacton-on-Sea (County of Essex in England, United Kingdom) and is attributed to the famous graffiti artist Banksy. The mural was later removed or “buffed out” by the local council due to its “racist” sentiment.

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