Thursday, December 27, 2018


This is the 1st Sunday after Christmas.  There will be a service at 9 am.  Church school will not meet.
Did you know that the 12 Days of Christmas actually begin on Christmas and end with the Feast of the Epiphany on Jan. 6.  This is also known as 3 Kings Day and we will have a celebration during coffee hour that Sunday.
The Christmas Eve celebration at St. Thomas was lovely- thanks to the hard work of the altar guild, musicians and all who prepared the church.  Photos are posted on the Facebook page (see lower right column).

Thursday, December 20, 2018


This is the 4th Sunday of Advent.  Church school will not meet this week.  This is the last Sunday in our Advent Way of Love sermon series.  The Christmas tree in our sanctuary is filled with ornaments that tell how people having been practicing the Way of Love this season.
The Christmas Eve service will be at 5 pm.
On January 6, we will celebrate Epiphany at the 9 am service followed by a 3 Kings party.

Wednesday, December 12, 2018


This is the 3rd Sunday of Advent- also known as Gaudete Sunday.  Read about it in the tab at the top of the page labelled, What is Advent?  Church school will meet this Sunday and the monthly WARM meal will be prepared.
Our Way of Love Advent sermon series will continue.  There is a Way of Love Christmas tree in our sanctuary- photos are posted on our Facebook page (see link on lower right). Each week people add new ornaments as they journey on the Way of Love.
The Christmas Eve service will be at 5 pm.  All are welcome.

Wednesday, December 5, 2018


This is the 2nd Sunday of Advent.  Church school will meet and there will be a vestry meeting after church.  Remember to bring some socks for residents of the WARM Center.
The Way of Love at Advent sermon series continues this week. Last Sunday members of the congregation were given Way of Love Advent calendars and ornaments.  Everyone is encouraged to write down one of their Advent actions on an ornament and decorate our tree. For more information, see the post on the right column, or come to church and see for yourself!
St. Thomas' has a new roof!  Thanks to the Church Insurance Company, our leaky, wind damaged roof has been replaced and it looks great!