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    Our vision is of a community where lay people and clergy share in the ministry of Jesus Christ through worship and service.
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  • Welcome to St. Thomas Episcopal Church!

    Our vision is of a community where lay people and clergy share in the ministry of Jesus Christ through worship and service.
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  • Welcome to St. Thomas Episcopal Church!

    Our vision is of a community where lay people and clergy share in the ministry of Jesus Christ through worship and service.
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  • Welcome to St. Thomas Episcopal Church!

    Our vision is of a community where lay people and clergy share in the ministry of Jesus Christ through worship and service.
  • Welcome

    Our vision is of a community where lay people and clergy share in the ministry of Jesus Christ through worship and service.
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    Here is a brief summary of our main worship opportunities. 

    Daily Morning Prayer is offered each day in the Chapel.  The Prayer Book rite has as its foundation the praying of the Psalms, the hearing of Scripture and the offering of intercession for the Church, the world and the personal needs of others.  This is a great way to begin the day – in prayer and praise.

    Wednesday Morning Healing Eucharist is what the name denotes.  The service features an intentional time of prayer for the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of oneself, if so desired, and for others.  We meet in the Chapel at 10am.

    Wednesday Evening Prayer is offered at 5:30pm in the Chapel on Wednesdays on which we have Wednesday Evening Supper (generally, during the school year).  This service has a similar structure and character as Morning Prayer, but in the context of the close of the day.

    * Please note that weekday worship is on hiatus until August 4, 2013.

    First Saturday Praise and Worship is a celebration of the Holy Eucharist in which renewal music enjoys a prominent place.  While the Liturgy is offered using Eucharistic Prayers from the Prayer Book, it is more relaxed and informal than Sunday worship.  The service takes place in the Chapel.

    Sunday Worship:     

      8:00 am  Holy Eucharist (said)

    10:00 am  Holy Eucharist (with Music)

    Sermons are available on the website.  Copies of recent sermons are also available on the Tract Table, located outside the Parish Hall.

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