Episcopal Liturgy (a word that means “work of the people”) is taken from ceremony crafted from the earliest known Christian and Hebrew sources. The first Christians were Jewish and so their traditional forms of worship influenced the first forms of Christian worship. The main focus of the liturgy is the Eucharist (a Greek word meaning…

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St. Thomas is a beautiful two hundred year old church with grounds that are serene and reflect our Anglican tradition and the peace we find in prayer as God’s people. Many are drawn to St. Thomas to join our worshiping community or to be the location of observing some of life’s milestones. We welcome all people to join…

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Confirmation is a sacrament whereby a youth affirms for him/herself the vows made by their Godparents at baptism. It is also available for adults who have never been confirmed or people from other denominations desiring to become fully part of the Episcopal Church. If an adult has been confirmed in another denomination that claims apostolic…

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Baptism is one of the important milestones in the life of a family. It’s an occasion for joy and celebration and St. Thomas Church welcomes the opportunity to be part of that celebration. In preparing for baptism, certain questions come up and this will hopefully address some of those most frequently asked. Baptism is one of…

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The Altar Guild assists the clergy by preparing and beautifying the church for worship services. They are responsible for caring for the altar linens, ornaments, and banners, and also arrange for the flower decorations in the church. Members of the altar guild serve one Sunday, approximately every 5 weeks. If you are interested in joining…

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