St. Thomas, along with all congregations in the Diocese of Atlanta, is gathering online for all worship and meetings at least until May 24. 

We emphasize that we are not closed. Rather, we are open to God and to our community in different ways.  St. Thomas continues to be…

A Spread-Out Church. Though we love to gather at 2100 Hilton, for now we invite you to be the Church wherever you are. Join us for worship on YouTube on Sundays at 8 and 10:30. We offer other opportunities to meet, pray, and learn together via Zoom. Staff are working primarily from home. Email is the best way to communicate with staff. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for other ways to stay connected.

A Serving Church. For now, Wynnton Neighborhood Network is open Wednesday and Friday from 10 to 12:30. WNN is taking extra precautions for the safety of volunteers and guests. For now, AA and NA groups continue to meet in our Outreach Center. We continue our partnerships in East Carver Heights.  

A Caring Church.  It is vital that we stay connected with one another during this time. We also encourage you to reach out to neighbors and those who don’t have a church community and offer care and hope. Access the church directory by doing one of the following:

On your Apple or Android smartphone, download the free Church Life™ application and sign up or log in using the email that St. Thomas has on file for you. 
On your computer, visit our Member Resources page and click ‘My St. Thomas Member Resources.’ Sign up or log in using the email that St. Thomas has on file for you.
If you have trouble logging in, email Meg ( for assistance.

A Praying Church. We offer an Order of Worship for Evening at 5:30 (Monday-Friday) via Zoom. The Prayer Group is meeting on Zoom each Monday. Our prayer list is emailed weekly to people who promise to pray. As a reminder, the labyrinth is outside and available for all who wish to walk and pray in this way. 

A Learning Church. We are sending a daily email Monday-Friday with formation resources to encourage faith at home. Ms. Erin gathers with Episcokids on Facebook Live on Wednesdays at 6:30 and Sundays at 9:30. 

A Generous Church. We continue to rely on your gifts to support St. Thomas now and in days to come. To give online, visit our Give page and select ‘Give Online.’ We also encourage support for Wynnton Neighborhood Network and Chattahoochee Valley Episcopal Ministry as they care for people in our community. 

This is a time of challenge and a time of change.

We invite you to join us on this journey.