Saint Thomas Choir School
In September, Saint Thomas Church begins Strategic Planning work with Wellspring Consulting and we need your help. Over the course of the next weeks and months surveys will be sent out, small groups of members and friends will meet, and parish wide meetings will take place. Together, we will take a broad look at where we are as a parish family and where we want to be in the future.
Three critical questions need to be answered:
This important project, which is something that has not been undertaken at Saint Thomas Church before, needs your input and support. A working group has been formed to work alongside the Wellspring team to review and reflect on the comments and responses from the parish and choir school family. The working group will then develop a Strategic Plan which will provide us with a united vision for the coming 5-10 years as well as tackling those three core questions.
Thank you for your participation in this project. We look forward to hearing from you.
If you want to contact the core team or ask any questions, please use this email address:
Please check this page as the project unfolds to learn more about it.
If you would like to donate to the strategic planning project, you may do so below.
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On Sundays a list is published and distributed at mass. This list is intended to be taken home so that these individuals can be prayed for privately throughout the week.
On Mondays through Saturdays at 12pm we offer prayers and intercessions at the shrine of Our Lady of Fifth Avenue. These prayers precede the 12:10pm Eucharist. Names and specific intentions are read aloud.
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If you would like to contact us to provide more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please know that at noon, Monday through Saturday, a priest or lay minister says these prayers, and others, near the statue of Our Lady of Fifth Avenue, which is located at the rear of the nave on the south side of the church side.