The best way to find a listing of fellowship activities is to access the calendar. This will all you to see all upcoming activities.
Below is a list of some of the regularly occurring activities, though there are many special events throughout the year:
The best way to meet Saint Thomas parishioners and clergy is to go to Coffee Hour following the 9am and 11am liturgies on Sundays. The Coffee Hour following the 11am service is much larger, mostly becuase the congregation at the 11am servcie is much larger.
Coffee Hour is held in the Parish House, which is adjacent to the church. It usually occurs in the Living Room and Dining Room on the second floor, though sometimes we gather in Andrew Hall on the third floor.
If you are a newcomer, please consider introducing yourself to one of the priests or to a member of the Welcome Committee, who also distribute name tags to anyone who wants one. There is also a place to sign the guestbook and to complete a welcome card, if you are interested in obtaining specific information. Better yet, there's no need to wait for Coffee Hour if you are seeking information or to meet with someone. Simply email us right now, and we'll be in touch soon.
School-age members get together on Sunday mornings at 10am on the third floor of the Parish House. Youngsters attend Sunday School. Those in high school help out with the youngsters or meet separately in youth group. In addition to Sunday morning activities, the youth gather at other times for outreach events, fellowship activities, mission trips and seasonal events, such as the Christmas Pageant.
For more information about youth activities, please contact Fr Spurlock.
It has long been our practice to welcome all baptized Christians to receive Holy Communion. These new classes are designed for young children preparing to begin receiving Holy Communion for the very first time, but also for any child who is already receiving, but would benefit from more formal instruction.
Children enrolled in Sunday School, and who are able to read proficiently, will benefit most from the curriculum we will be using. If you would like to enroll your child in the class, please enroll your child online or you may register in class.
The Saint Thomas Young Adults Group is a welcoming way for those in their 20s and 30s, or somewhere close, to create meaningful connections and friendships. Balancing social events and outreach service, we offer a wide range of activities from monthly brunch, to soup kitchen volunteering, to various social events. Contact Michael Horvath with any questions or to receive additional information.