Theology Update for the Week of March 24
March 24, 2019
This Lent, St. Thomas's Church invites you to share in a rich array of opportunities to discover where God seeks to meet you through our Lenten worship program, study and education.
Associate Priest for Christian Formation and Education
March 17, 2019
Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue, New York, in the Diocese of New York, seeks to call an Associate priest for Christian Formation and Education, beginning in Summer 2019. Applications are invited by April 9, 2019. The position will remain open u…
Theology Update for the Week of March 17
March 17, 2019
There special adult education courses throughout Lent.
Theology at Saint Thomas: Devotional Study in Lent
March 5, 2019
Using the book Lent, with Evelyn Underhill, a discussion group will be meeting with Fr. Moretz in the Living Room of the Parish House for a weekly devotional study on Mondays in Lent from 12:45-2:00pm. This book is available in our parish bookst…
Theology Update for the Week of March 3
February 28, 2019
Upcoming courses include the continuation of the Seven Stories, the Pilgrims' Course, and the final Wednesday course on Biblical Justice.
Pilgrims' Course
February 21, 2019
Newcomers to Saint Thomas Church and those not yet members of the church are invited to the “PILGRIMS’ COURSE”, which is a comprehensive introduction to the Christian faith as received and understood by the Episcopal Church.
Theology Update for the Week of February 24
February 20, 2019
On Sunday, February 24, at 10 am we will welcome our guest presenter, David Garrard Lowe, lecturer, author, and director of the Beaux Arts Alliance.
Theology Update for the Week of February 17
February 14, 2019
On Sunday February 17 we welcome Retta Blaney who will speak on spirituality and the arts. On Wednesday February 20 Professor Jeremy Waldron will teach the second of three classes on Biblical Justice.
Theology Update for the Week of February 10
February 10, 2019
Theology Update for the Week of February 3
February 3, 2019
On Wednesday, February 13 at 6:30-8pm in Andrew Hall, Professor Jeremy Waldron will begin a series on "Biblical Justice," focusing mainly on the concepts of judgment, justice, and social justice in the writings of the prophets.