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8:00am | 10:00am The Church
10:30am in McCausland Chapel
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A Sermon by The Rev. Canon Toneh Smyth on January 13, 2019

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January 20th at 11:15am in MacColl Auditorium Save the Date! - Become the hands and feet of God and join over 200 parishioners and preschool families with children, teenagers and adults of all ages in MacColl Auditorium as we pack 15,000 meals in 90 minutes to help food insecure people around the world and share Christ’s love. This is the perfect Sunday to invite friends and neighbors!

“Till We Have Faces.”

January 27 at 11:15am in MacColl Auditorium A fascinating presentation with Dr. Brian Burke – Fascinated by the myth of Cupid and Psyche throughout his life, C. S. Lewis wrote this, his last novel, to retell their story from the perspective of Psyche’s sister, Orual. “I saw well why the gods do not speak to us openly, nor let us answer…Why should they hear the babble that we think we mean?”

Bingo Bonanza

Date: Friday, February 22nd, 7-10pm in MacColl Auditorium (doors open at 6:30) Join us for a fun night of Bingo to benefit St. Thomas’ Mission Trip to Our Little Roses Home for Girls in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Ticket cost: $30 in advance, $35 at the door. Ticket price includes 10 sheets of Bingo (additional sheets can be purchased at the event) as well as coffee and desserts. You may also bring your own beverages and food. This year our prizes are gift cards to amazing local restaurants! There will also be raffle baskets, a 50/50, and door prizes. Hope you can join us!

C.S. Lewis Festival Weekend

You are cordially invited to join St. Thomas’ for a weekend celebrating the beloved Christian apologist, author, and scholar, C.S. Lewis. Friday evening kicks off the weekend with dessert and, “The Sound and Savor of Words: Letters by and between C.S. Lewis and Dorothy Sayers,” read by Drs. David and Crystal Downing. Saturday begins with a British breakfast, followed by lectures from some of the foremost experts on C.S. Lewis, breakout sessions and small group discussions, a keynote address from Michael Ward, and a scholarly panel discussion. Lunch is included. The day concludes with a traditional Evensong service followed by a wine, cheese, and sherry reception.


St. Thomas is a place of grace, joy, and belonging. We are followers of Christ who strive to love our neighbors as ourselves and deeply respect the dignity of every human being. As a faith community, we live into ancient traditions in fresh and modern ways. We believe in unity in the midst of diversity and seek to be co-creators with Christ through transcendent worship, engaging spiritual formation of all ages, meaningful outreach, and loving community. St. Thomas’ would be enriched by your presence. Come be a part of something lifegiving, dynamic, and beautiful. Our purpose is to know Jesus and change the world. Let’s do it together!

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Each of us longs for a connection with the Divine. It is our earnest prayer that your experience within the St. Thomas’ Church community would be spirit-filled, rich, and inspiring. We are committed to meet you where you are along our faith walk and journey with you into a deeper relationship with Christ and all of God’s creation. Sunday services are at 8:00 am, 10:00am, and 10:15am. A midweek service is held on Wednesday at 10:00am. Each service offers a different way to approach the experience of worship. We trust that there will be a service that speaks to your spiritual needs.

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Giving changes us. The act of generosity takes the ordinary and transforms our gifts into something more, something holy. An essential part of the Christian life is to give back a portion of the many blessings we have received as an expression of gratitude and love. St. Thomas’ Church invite people of all ages to make sacrificial and meaningful gifts of time, talent, treasure to the glory of God and the building of God’s kingdom in our corner of the world and beyond.

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We welcome the opportunity to get to know you. Please fill out the contact form and a member of the ministry team will be in touch with you. Looking to hear a friendly voice or have an immediate question or need? Please contact Emily Given in the church office - 215-233-3970 X128. She will be happy to connect with you. When you visit on Sunday, please make yourself known to a greeter or fill out a welcome card, found in the pew.