Kylie Hinson Photography
Kylie Hinson Photography
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.
Sunday Summer Worship Schedule at St. Thomas
8:30 am - Holy Eucharist, alternating Rite I & II
10:30 am - Holy Eucharist Rite II, in person and online
Quick Links & News
Volunteer for OystoberFest
OystoberFest returns to St. Thomas on Saturday, October 7th. The OystoberFest Sign-Up Genius is now live! Please check it out and while you are there grab a slot or two as we look to fill out our roster for the event.
Serve in Worship
Please consider signing up to serve in worship. Each Sunday, we need lesson readers, acolytes, lay eucharistic ministers, and more. Click here for available opportunities, and thank you!
Taize Eucharist returns this Sunday!
The 5:30 pm service on 2nd & 4th Sundays uses music from the Taizé tradition. The music emphasizes simple phrases, usually lines from Psalms or other pieces of Scripture, repeated and sometimes also sung in canon. The service will include the Eucharist. See you there!
Food Pantry Donation of the Month
Cooking spices: salt, pepper, Italian seasoning, cumin, curry, coriander, rosemary, dill, garlic, ginger, oregano, or basil.
Help support the St. Thomas Food Pantry this month by donating cooking spices. We specifically look for salt, pepper, Italian seasoning, cumin, curry, coriander, rosemary, dill, garlic, ginger, oregano, or basil. Thank you for your support!
Sign up for Altar Flowers
We need sponsors for the altar flowers this summer! Donate flowers to honor, celebrate or remember a loved one. Flowers are $25/vase & your special words & acknowledgement are notated in the bulletin. Click here for available Sundays, and thank you for helping to make our church beautiful.
The Way of Love Book Group
The Way of Love group meets for an hour via Zoom on the first and third Mondays of each month at 7 pm. Our group is open to all, and new members are sought and welcomed. Our new reading is A Journey with John from Forward Movement. Click here for more information!
October Workshops: Learning to Lament Gun Violence
It’s the constant story in our newsfeeds: Yet another shooting. This one at a school, this one at a grocery store, this one at a synagogue. This one at our own Monroe Park. We’re scared and angry, confused and frustrated, frozen and numb. But we’re also people of faith. And as such, we’re called to share these feelings with God—and to call on God to act. In the month of October, attend a workshop to do just that. Learn about the ancient, cathartic practice of lament: The act of raising our fears, questions, and even complaints to God in a faithful manner, all while standing firm on God’s promises to bring about a better world. One without gun violence. Workshops will be led by The Rev. Deacon R. Dale Smith, a former writing professor. Zoom and in-person options are available, as well as workshops for middle and high school youth. Meet others from around Richmond and raise your voices together. Click here for workshop details and to register.