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Since 1907 St. Thomas' has been a home for worship, service, and fellowship in Richmond. We are a place of simple hospitality, and seek to share our communal life with our church, our community, and those in need.
Everyone is welcome.

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Sunday Summer Worship Schedule at St. Thomas'
8:30 am - Holy Eucharist 
10:30 am - Holy Eucharist, in person and online

St. Thomas' Food Pantry
Need food? Let us feed you!
Food Distribution Thursdays from 2:00 - 5:00 pm. Click here for more information.

Parish Office
Open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm.

Quick Links & News 

 

Summer Hygiene Drive

Hygiene products are essential but not always accessible to all. Help us gather new, unopened hygiene products to share with our community this summer. Most needed hygiene items are: bar soap, body wash, shampoo, conditioner, 3-in 1 combined shampoo/conditioner/body wash, body lotion, lip balm, tooth brushes, tooth paste, deodorant, face wash, facial moisturizer, make up remover wipes, toilet paper, menstrual/poise pads. Many thanks for donating & being part of the St. T's Food Pantry Team!! 

 

Spaces are filling up quickly, so sign up soon!!

This year’s Shrine Mont retreat takes place from Friday, September 27 to Sunday, September 29. Early bird registration has ended, and the retreat is HALF FULL ALREADY! Shrine Mont does not have wiggle room on housing, and once we're full, we're full! Just go to www.stthomasretreat.org to register now and secure your spot. 

Ministry Opportunity: Teaching Sunday School

The children's ministry team is looking for volunteers to help lead Sunday School on 2nd Sundays, starting this fall.  This will take place upstairs, during the first half of worship.  You'll be working with another person, using easy, no-prep Sunday School activity books.  Ideally, with enough volunteers, the commitment will only be for the occasional 2nd Sunday.  If interested or curious about hearing more, please reach out to Vestry member Elizabeth Cleveland. FYI: Formal training for more involved teaching is a possibility for volunteers.

 

Join the OystoberFest Leadership Team

Current OystoberFest leaders have been coordinating the event since 2010, to the point that they have it down to a science.  Here in 2024, they’re in the market for volunteers of any and all genders who are 1) Open to the possibility of joining the leadership team, and 2) Can bring fresh energy to the event.  Interested folks should contact Rob Smith.  Come learn how this huge block party is put together!  Your time will help ensure that St. Thomas’ continues to offer this popular event that supports our outreach ministries!

Northside CSA
St. Thomas' is supporting the Northside CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) by becoming a new pickup location on Wednesdays from 10 am to 3 pm.  The Northside CSA partners with local Black farmers to purchase freshly harvested, organic produce to supply seasonal CSA shares.  CSA shares include a weekly assortment of 5-7 seasonal vegetables and goods from local Black farmers. Click here to sign up this season! 

 

Benefits of the Northside CSA:

  • You are exclusively supporting Black farmers in Central Virginia.

  • You will receive regular shares of fresh produce grown within a 60 miles of Richmond.

  • You have direct access to and knowledge of local farmland and farmers who grow the produce you eat.

  • You are helping to provide a livable wage for farmers and their families.

  • You are making a personal investment in a local effort to protect our shared environment.

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