As Episcopalians, we look to scripture (the Bible, both Hebrew and Christian scriptures), tradition (the teaching and practice of the church over centuries), and reason as sources of authority for our faith. The life of the mind is one of the places where we meet God. We are not afraid of new ideas. We value history, science, and philosophy as well as theology. God's gift of reason helps us understand and respond to current events. Join us as we learn together.
At St. Thomas Episcopal Church, we strive to provide a loving and nurturing community that engages children in a journey of Christian faith, encourages them to understand it, empowers them to learn to live it, and instills in them the confidence to carry the love of Christ to others. You may hear me refer to the children of our church as Episcokids. I call them this because I bel…Read More »
St. Thomas Student Ministries is an inclusive youth group (grades 6-12) that meets weekly in-person.
Our main goal is keeping students connected to a hope that is bigger than the daily grind of life. Join us on Wednesdays from 6 pm - 7 pm!Read More »
St. Thomas Young Adults Ministry is an inclusive group for 18 to 25 year olds. Whether you are a college student, young professional, or simply navigating the early years of adulthood, this is the group for you.
Join us the first Monday of each month for coffee hour as we explore the unconditional love of Christ. ALL are welcome.
Growing in Christ is a lifelong journey, shaped by worship, service, study, and prayer. At St. Thomas, we gather online and in person to learn together. Here are some of our adult formation offerings.Read More »
One of the best definitions of "theology" I know is from St. Anselm: Theology is "faith seeking understanding," i.e., the continuing process of trying to put our relationship with God (our "faith") into appropriate words and concepts, so that we can think about it and talk about it. We ALL need to participate in this. The role of "Parish Theologian" is to facilitate that process,…Read More »