Faith Formation includes Sunday School for Children, Youth and Adults as well as Coffee & Conversation and Faith Exploration Classes.
Coffee and Conversation: On Sunday mornings at 10:15 (between worship services), join us to discuss, learn, debate, and share in the Parish Hall. All are welcome!
Faith Exploration Class: St. Thomas offers courses for adults who desire to deepen their connection with God, with the parish, and with our Anglican practices, history, and identity. What's covered: questions of faith and scripture as well as inquiry into the particular mechanics of worship, church leadership, community, and service. If you are new to St. Thomas', this class is an ideal way to get plugged in. Long-time and less new parishioners also find it a chance to re-examine questions and re-engage with their life of faith.
Children are welcome at St. Thomas'! About a third of our congregation are children and youth under the age of 18. Children are encouraged to participate in worship using the bulletin, Children's Bulletins and Children's Worship Cards. Childcare is also offered during worship for children through kindergarten age.
The St. Thomas' youth group is open to all 6-12 graders, and all are encouraged to join! Christian Ed for youth takes place weekly on Sunday mornings, and fellowship takes place at least three times a month.
Men's Corp: The Men's Corps is a group of men who organize for the purposes of fellowship and service.
Women of St. Thomas': The Women of St. Thomas join together in fellowship for speakers, social events, and projects to raise funds for our Anne Woodrum Board Scholarships.
Online Faith Formation
Text versions of sermons are available on this site under the Worship Tab.
Lots of Helping Hands: Primarily a meals ministry for persons in need of support.
Lay Eucharistic Ministers: This is our home communion ministry.
Music has always been an integral part of worship at St. Thomas’. A variety of musical styles are represented so as to appeal to the widest range of musical tastes possible. The music program seeks to be inclusive by encouraging people with a variety of levels of proficiency, from within and outside the congregation.