Connect with other Parishioners
The most important ways St. Thomas parishioners connect with one another are through worshiping God together, learning about faith and Christian formation, and service to the world around us. But we do offer additional ways to meet other parishioners and get to know this community. Here are just a few opportunities.
Saints & Sinners
On the first Friday of most months from October to June, many of our senior members of the parish and friends gather for Eucharist in the chapel at 11 followed by a pot luck lunch in the parlor. This is a great way for new members to interact with some of our long-time members.
These are gatherings of 8 to 12 adults who meet together in homes or in the community approximately once a month from September to May. This is not a Bible Study group, but rather a community connection group. Foyers groups share a meal and conversation. A Foyers Finale takes place at the end of each season and new Foyers groups start again the following fall. Starting in the fall of 2016 you can choose between a "Dedicated Foyers" group that will meet monthly with the same group or "Foyers Lite." Foyers Lite offers the chance to sign up for and attend these small group gatherings one at a time rather than making a commitment for the season. Click here to sign up for Dedicated Foyers
by September 4, 2016. Click here to sign up for Foyes Lite.
St. Thomas Men's Group
This group gathers the second Sunday mornings each month at 9:30 for fellowship and conversation. they help with special projects and occasionally plan and organize a retreat.
St. T's 20's
The St. T's 20's are a group of young adults who meet two to three Sunday evenings a month to love out the baptismal covenant together through prayer, Bible study, fellowship, and witness. Contact the church office to be connected to this group.
About twice a year the Welcome Committee hosts an evening gathering for our newest members and people who have been visiting regularly since the last party. Parties are typically held in members homes. Light finger food and drinks are served. The church staff and members of both the Welcome Committee and Vestry are also invited to attend. We hold these newcomer gatherings so that our newest attendees can get to know others in the church and begin to cultivate a community and support system at St. Thomas. Parties are typically held in spring and autumn.
Book Readers Group
The Saint Thomas Book Discussion Group welcomes everyone to join us in lively discussions of books that range from novels to biographies, theological explorations, and classics, both fiction and non-fiction. We explore the moral, spiritual, and ethical dilemmas in which humans find themselves, as depicted in the literature of today, as well as the literature of the past. Our meeting schedule follows the school year, beginning in August and ending by June, with breaks during December and March. We vary the dates and times, but provide extensive notice of both, as well as of the locations. Readers are responsible for obtaining their books, but we read books that are inexpensive to purchase. For more information contact the convener, Sonya Boyd.
For more information on getting involved with any of our connection opportunities, please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (706)324-4269 so that we can connect you with the head of each committee. See our weekly Spiritual Adventures newsletter for upcoming connection dates and
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