Serve at St. Thomas
Our Ministry Pledge form outlines all opportunities for service at St. Thomas. Below you’ll see some unique opportunities to serve our church community.
We have a variety of opportunities for service in worship.
Acolytes are students (kindergarten - 12th grade) who carry crosses, candles, and other items in procession and help in a number of ways throughout the service. Serving as an acolyte is a great way for children to gain leadership experience and learn more about Episcopal worship.
The purpose of the Altar Guild is to prepare the altar for worship. Care of the altar, sanctuary, vessels, and vestments are "behind the scenes" tasks necessary to support the liturgical life of the parish. Although circumstances have changed over the centuries, the essence of altar guild work has remained constant. Care for the furnishings of the church is a vital ministry do…Read More »
Lead or co-lead Children's Chapel one Sunday morning a month during the 10:30 worship service.
Volunteer in the nursery as a "Rocker and Roller" during the 10:30 service. Rockers and Rollers assist with the care of babies and toddlers when extra help is needed.
Teach or substitute teach Sunday morning or Wednesday evening formation for children and/or youth.
Note - All volunteers w…Read More »
The Building and Grounds Committee hosts inside and outside work days in the spring and fall and invites participation from all ages.
Office Volunteers Volunteers are needed occasionally to assist with mailings or other special projects.
We welcome St. Thomas members into committee leadership as well. Opportunities include Episcokid Children's Committee, Finance Committee, Parish L…Read More »
The Flower Guild provides flowers or greenery on the altars of the Nave and Chapel each week to the Glory of God as appropriate with each season of the church year. Some members prefer to work in pairs and others do flowers by themselves. The only requirement for participation in the Flower Guild is a passion for flowers and a joyful desire to enhance our worship space. Our work …Read More »