Serve with St. Thomas

If you’re looking for an opportunity to give your time and talent in service please let us know. We have many opportunities for all to serve both at St. Thomas and in the larger community. Contact the church office to be connected to ministry areas where your time and talent can make a difference or click here to complete the Ministry Pledge Survey online and let us know how you will be connected.

St. Thomas OUtreach Partners

Chattahoochee Valley Episcopal Ministry

The mission of CVEM is to proclaim the Good News of God in Christ by engaging Episcopalians in the Chattahoochee Valley to learn, connect, and act to fight inequity and build strong communities. St. Thomas partners with CVEM in many ways including a monthly offering that support Direct Assistance ministry to persons in poverty and/or crisis, supporting intercultural art program for children, a youth leadership program, and education classes and workshops related to social justice. For more information contact

Path to Shine & Boxwood Soccer Club

Path to Shine Columbus is a mentoring and tutoring program located at the Carver Heights Presbyterian Church outreach building in East Carver Heights and supported by St. Thomas. Path to Shine exists to help children achieve hope filled dreams. We work on reading recovery, curriculum, homework, and enhancement activities.
Boxwood Soccer Club includes several soccer teams for children 6 – 12 who live in the Boxwood neighborhood. St. Thomas supports these teams with coaching, supplies, and other support. For more information contact Greg or Lisa Herring.

Valley Interfaith Promise

Valley Interfaith Promise  is a unique sheltering program for homeless families with children. VIP provides shelter, meals, transportation, and comprehensive support services through partnerships with local agencies, businesses, congregations, and individuals.
Since fall of 2006, St. Thomas Episcopal Church and St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church have partnered to host homeless families at St. Thomas four times a year. Malinda Shamburger is our Parish Coordinator for this ministry.

Wynnton Neighborhood Network

Wynnton Neighborhood Network is an ecumenical, interfaith food pantry and utility assistance ministry housed in the Outreach Center of St. Thomas. Seven congregations are involved and many volunteers participate to support the work of this ministry.
Approximately 2500 families, half of which include children, receive food annually from this ministry.
The Wynnton Neighborhood Network food pantry and utility assistance line is open weekdays from 10 am – 12:15 pm, and may be reached at 706.327.0838.
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St. Thomas was designated a Jubilee Center of The Episcopal Church in 2001 and reaffirmed during its 50th Anniversary in 2008.  Jubilee Ministries commit themselves to be a ministry of joint discipleship in Christ with poor and oppressed people, providing direct service to the poor, and advocating with them and on their behalf with the ultimate goal of eliminating suffering caused by poverty. Over 600 Jubilee Centers are scattered across the  Episcopal Church.
LOCATION: 2100 Hilton Ave, Columbus GA 31906 OFFICE HOURS: 9am-2pm M-F
SERVICES: Wednesday – 5:30 PM // Sunday – 8 AM & 10:30 AM,  First Sundays at 5 PM
EMAIL:  PHONE: (706)324-4264