Welcome to St. Thomas’ Church

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Sunday Worship Schedule

8:00 a.m. – Holy Eucharist, Rite I
9:00-9:50 a.m. – Small group Bible study, book study or program (new offering)
10:00 a.m. – Holy Eucharist Rite II (with some family focus every Sunday) and Young Disciple Worship occurring in Groton House
10:15 a.m. First Steps to Worship with Pastor Bill deHeyman – Haas Hall
11:05-noon – Discovery Hour for children, Confirmation and Jr. and Sr. High occur
11:15-noon – Three adult offerings: The Sunday Faith Forum (in MacColl Auditorium), The Family Faith Forum (in the School House Auditorium) and a small group Bible study
5:00-5:45 p.m. – Faith at Five in the church. Youth Group occurs afterwards. Every last Sunday of the month Faith at Five is replaced with an Evensong

Faith Forums at St. Thomas’
Sunday, February 1, 2015

Sunday Faith Forum: 0201 Peter KLast spring, the Clergy Pension Fund brought some great speakers to help our diocesan clergy become better stewards of the bodies and souls. We have invited Peter K, who gave an great talk last spring, to share something similar for our parish. Peter will discuss how to shop, cook, and eat real, delicious, sustainable foods for taste and health. He is an International Health Coach, Nutritionist, Physical Therapist, Speaker and Author. He has been seen on ABC, FOX, TLC, QVC and Fitness Magazine. His clients include: celebrities, “Fortune 100″ companies, non-profit organizations and individuals who have made incredible changes in their work, life, health and happiness starting with just 5 minutes a day. Peter will sign and sell copies of his new book Shop, Eat, Cook at the forum. (11:15am in MacColl Auditorium.)

Family Faith Forum: The cross sits at the center of our faith, and yet our understanding of what exactly happened on that cross remains conflicted and confusing. Was Jesus our proxy? The payment? The only way to appease an angry God? Nadia Bolz-Weber reminds us that our theories about the cross tell us as much about ourselves and our view of God as they do about Jesus and salvation. (11:15am in the School House Auditorium.)

Wednesday Worship Schedule

10:00 a.m. – Holy Eucharist Rite I in Haas Hall