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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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    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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    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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    We are brought into the Communion of Christ’s Body and made members of his One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church through the Sacrament of Baptism.  The Episcopal Church recognizes all baptisms done with water and in the Name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit.  If you or a family member desires the Sacrament of Baptism, please contact the priest.

    Baptism is especially appropriate at The Great Vigil of Easter, on Pentecost Sunday, All Saints’ Sunday and on the First Sunday of Epiphany 1.  Baptism is not administered during Lent.  Baptism is  a public affirmation of faith in Jesus Christ, administered as part of a regularly scheduled worship service (except in cases of dire emergency).

    More information may be obtained from an information sheet at the Tract Table: “Holy Baptism: Information and Guidelines.”

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