Revised Schedule of Saint Thomas Church (as of March 19, 2020, at 10:00pm)


Please note that, until further notice, the church will be closed for both public worship and private prayer. This is a precautionary measure due to the severe health threat of coronavirus. While we monitor developments, we will release further announcements as our situation changes.

We ask for your supportive prayers as we continue to pray for you and for the needs of the world.


Revised Schedule of Saint Thomas Church (as of March 14, 2020, 8:00PM)

Sunday Schedule for March 22

All public worship services have been suspended. The 11am Choral Mass will be webcast only and available on-demand.

Also suspended

All Coffee Hours
10am Theology Classes
Sunday School and Nursery Care
Guided Tours of our Church


Monday through Saturday

Monday Saturday Friday:
While the church will be closed to private prayer, the 12:00pm Shrine Prayers (Intercessions) and Mass will be webcast live.


Until further notice, the following regular events are

Suspended

Sunday Nursery Care and Sunday School for Children
Sunday Theology Class on the Fifth Floor at 10am
All Sunday Coffee Hours
Sunday Prayers for Healing *(see note below)
Sunday Guided Tours after the 11am services
      
Weekday Masses at 8:00am
Weekday Masses and Choral Worship at 5:30 pm
Monday and Friday Lenten Study Groups at 12:45-2:00 pm
Tuesday Night Pilgrims’ Course at 6:30 pm
Wednesday Holy Hour at 11 am
Friday Stations of the Cross with Mass at 5:30 pm
All Support Groups and other outside organization meetings in the Parish House

Canceled

Easter Hat-making session after the 11am service on March 15Friends of Music Special Event on Wednesday, March 18
Joy-Leilani Garbutt Organ Recital on Saturday, March 14 at 3pm
C.P.E. Bach’s “The Last Sufferings of Christ” Concert on Thursday, March 26 at 7:30pm
“Keble College, Oxford at 150” Concert on Thursday, April 16 at 7:30pm[“Concerts at Saint Thomas” will be in touch with tickets holders in the coming days regarding the cancellations.]


*A Note about our healing ministry

It may seem odd to cancel our regular services that have the laying of hands, anointing of the sick, and prayer ministry. However, in response to CDC and the State medical authorities advice on social distancing, priests will be offering the sacramental rite of healing to those they visit who are sick or dying. Please note that all visitors, including families, are prohibited from visiting nursing homes and Assisted Facilities for Seniors except in grave circumstances. Please contact the clergy if you are sick or hospitalized.