The season of Lent is an opportunity for us to grow deeper in our faith, both as individuals and as a community of believers. We hope you’ll join us in worship, reading, and reflection as we prepare ourselves for Easter.
Lent began as a season of preparation for baptism, the rite through which we receive the light of Christ and promise to walk as children of light. In Lent, we focus on living our baptismal promises more fully and intentionally.
Scroll down to discover what our community is doing for Lent as we embrace the Light that shines in the darkness!
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  • Read the gospel of Mark with our community, using the St. Thomas devotional guide (link at top of page) or A Journey Through Mark, the 50-day reading guide with meditations from a variety of Episcopal leaders.
  • Join Rev. Grace to discuss our gospel readings on Wednesdays at 7:00pm (Zoom)


  • Commit to a pattern of daily prayer and weekly worship, online or in person.
  • Sign up for baptism at the Easter Vigil on Saturday, April 3 (contact Rev. Grace to schedule).
  • Schedule a time to share in the Rite of Reconciliation with one of our clergy.
  • Lent Madness! St. Thomas Youth are participating in this bracket tournament that explores the saints of the Church.


  • Questions of Faith | This video series with Bishop Wright will happen each Sunday at 9:30am (Zoom).
  • Coffee Hour Stories | Each week we will invite a parishioner to share how they came to walk as a child of the light. Sundays at 11:15am (Zoom).
  • The Cost of Discipleship (Bonhoeffer) | Our Tuesday study group will meet twice a month to discuss this book with Fr. Edward. (2/16, 3/2, 3/16, 4/6, 4/20)
  • Pastoral Care 101 | This training is for St. Thomas Shepherds and anyone who wants to offer a caring presence to people in crisis or transition. We will meet on alternating Sundays at 11:15am, beginning on February 14.