Above our altar, you will read Dominus Meus Et Deus Meus. These words, “My Lord and My God,” were spoken by St. Thomas to the risen Christ after a period of doubt. Worship in the Episcopal Church seeks to create the same experience of wonder and awe. We give our best efforts to liturgy and music. This is our thankful response to the creating love of God, the saving life of Jesus, and the empowering presence of the Holy Spirit. Our worship is shaped by the traditions of the Episcopal church. Our guide is the Book of Common Prayer. Most of our hymns are from Hymnal 1982.
Sunday Morning: 8:30 am
A brief service from the Chapel led by clergy with no music.
Sunday Morning: 10:30 am
A service from the Nave led by clergy and worship leaders that includes sacred music.Wednesday Eucharist 5:15 pm
Brief mid-week service in the Chapel.
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St. Thomas has a long history of excellence in music . We sing Anglican classics as well as music of living Episcopal composers. We have commissioned several choral and handbell works. The St. Thomas Choir also likes to travel, and in the last decade has sung at the Washington National Cathedral, Wells and Norwich Cathedrals in England, The Cathedral of St. John the Divine in Ne…Read More »
During the hymn before the gospel lesson, children follow the cross and Ms. Erin to the Parish Hall for Children’s Chapel. We will continue to follow our service order and use The Sunday Paper to share our Bible story of the day. This comic book style handout is informal, whimsical, and faithful to Scripture. It helps children to acquire a vocabulary of crucial Scriptural image…Read More »
The Service of the Word includes prayers, Scripture readings, the sermon, and a Creed. These help us focus on God’s work in the world and the good news of Jesus.
Holy Baptism is full initiation by water and the Holy Spirit into Christ’s Body the Church. The bond which God establishes in Baptism is indissoluble. Book of Common Prayer, p. 298.
Baptism is full initiation into the Church. If you have never been baptized, we invite you to make this commitment. Confirmation marks a mature affirmation of the Baptismal Covenant. If you were baptized long ago at a young age and now wish to claim the vows of Baptism for yourself, we invite you to be Confirmed. Reception into the Episcopal Church is for those who made a mature …Read More »
Our building and grounds are not just a beautiful setting for worship but are also a sacred place to pray and find reminders of the story of God’s love for you.Read More »