The most important ways St. Thomas parishioners connect with one another are through worshiping God, learning about our faith and the Christian life, and serving our neighbors. Here are additional ways to gather with other parishioners and get to know this community.
NA meets in our Outreach Center on Tuesdays from 7-8 pm.
AA meets in our Outreach Center on Sundays and Thursdays.
These are closed groups. For contact information for group leaders contact the church office.
The Saint Thomas Book Discussion Group welcomes everyone to join 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…Read More »
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.
The Journey Continues: Journeying through the New Testament
Earlier this year dozens of St. Thomas members and friends in small-group Journey Groups (in-person or on Zoom) or as Individual Adventurers gained a thematic overview of the Old Testament. We used the heavily-illustrated book Manna and Mercy by Daniel Erlander as our guide, accompanied by a series of videos by South Af…Read More »
On the first Thursday of most months from October to June, many of our senior members of the parish and friends gather Join Saints & Sinners for a brief Eucharist, fellowship, and potluck lunch. Bring a dish to share! Everyone is welcome to join! This is a great way for new members to interact with some of our long-time members.
Men in the congregation gather occasionally for fellowship and connection. They help with special projects and occasionally plan and organize a retreat.