We are compiling a booklet of reflections on St. Thomas’ past.
On Sunday, April 2, from 2 pm to 5pm, at St. Stephen and the Incarnation, we will have an experiential workshop to explore the impact of anti-Jewish oppression on Jews and non-Jews alike, particularly during the period of Lent.
Discuss Jim Wallis’ book, America’s Original Sin: Racism, White Privilege, and the Bridge to a New America, Thursdays from 6:30-8:30 pm at St. Luke’s (15th St. and P St., NW) for six sessions starting Thursday, March 2.
Is there a time capsule in the church cornerstone, located by the Church Street entrance? There has been speculation off and on during the past months as various people have contemplated it, which bears the date of 1893.
The Episcopal Church of St. Stephen and the Incarnation (on Newton St.off of 16th Street, NW) has offered its worship space to us at 12:30 pm. The Vestry and I have accepted this gracious offer for a trial period until March 1 (Ash Wednesday).
Wherever you may be on your faith journey, there is room at God’s table for you.
Our commitment to see Christ in every person calls us to action.
Each Sunday, our priests and guest speakers grapple with meaning of each week’s scriptural selections in relation to issues of the present day and our spiritual journey. Sermons are recorded in mp3 format for listening online or downloading. Click here…
Welcome to St. Thomas’ Parish—a progressive congregation of The Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Washington.We have a long history of welcoming all those who feel like they are on the margins of society. Our life together — and in…
On Sunday, February 17, 2017 we broke ground on our new church! Watch the video of Bishop Robinson and learn more about the project.