St. Thomas’ worship is alive! God is present as we give praise together and we learn to integrate our faith with our lives. Our Sunday Holy Communion service at 8 am is a traditional Rite 1 worship without music. Our Sunday 10 am Holy Communion service is according to Rite 2 in the Book of Common Prayers with music featuring our magnificent choir.
On most Sundays, we have an offering of Sunday School for our children at 9:45 am which allows our younger members to have an age appropriate presentation of God’s word. At the time of the Peace, the children join their families for Communion. On the last Sunday of each month, our children and youth are present for the whole worship service in the Church at 10 am. In this way, our children learn about the beauty of our liturgy and our Children and Youth Minister, Georgi Funderburk, offers a message engaging all ages.
Our worship ministries rely on the dedication of our lay ministers and there are many ways to be involved. St. Thomas’ Church worship ministries include:
- Altar Guild
- Flower Guild
- Chalice Bearers
If you are interested in learning more about these ministries, contact our Parish Administrator Barbara Parks and she will connect you with a ministry leader.
The Vestry of St. Thomas' Church has called the Rev. Tom M. Murphy as 22nd Rector. Click here to learn more.
UPDATE: Service Schedule and Details
We have returned to in-person worship on Sunday at 8 am. and 10 am. Safety is our top priority--We are asking everyone attending services to please be masked. Please call the office if you need additional information: 410.363.1044.
Sunday services will continue to be available live and recorded online on YouTube at 10:00 AM. HTTP://BIT.LY/STTHOMAS-YOUTUBE
Interested in learning more about our church community?
If you have questions about St. Thomas', please give us a call or send us an email. We are happy to talk to you about ministries, worship services, and outreach programs.
Call (410) 363-1044