• Online Bible Study

    Join us Wednesdays at 12:05 starting January 10 for a 40 minute Bible study.

  • Purchase #Faithpalm Jesus products

    If you want to purchase products with the #faithpalm Jesus, then visit our store.

  • Thirsting for Justice

    Explore the intersection of Christian faith and social justice. 2nd Thursdays.

  • Statement on Transgender Discrimination

    “If the God you believe in does not accept transgender people, then perhaps your God is too small. Jesus does not see gender or labels, rather Christ sees a face and a person. As a follower of Jesus, I am called to do the same in everyone whom I meet.” – The Rev. Alex Dyer, Priest in Charge

Service Time & Location

Every Sunday 9:30 AM Universalist National Memorial Church 1810 16th Street, NW Washington, DC 20009 If you’re taking public transportation, the S2 and S4 Bus Stop is right in front of the church. We are just a short walk (0.5…

All are Welcome!

Welcome to St. Thomas’ Parish—a progressive congregation of The Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Washington. God loves everyone with no exceptions. We have a long history of welcoming all those who feel like they are on the margins of…

New church design as approved by DC HPRB

Building Project

We are building the foundation for our future, based on a vision of a congregation living out our calling to serve with hospitality and compassion the neighborhood around us.


Women’s March on the Polls

On Saturday, January 20 a delegation from St. Thomas’ Parish joined the resistance movement on the one year anniversary of the inauguration.

Sign Up for the Spring Foyer Dinner Series!

As we await the completion of our parish home at 18th & Church NW, there’s not a better way to build relationships with fellow parishioners than opening our homes and extending a welcome to each other!  The social connections we build…

A Service for What Ever Needs Healing

Each month we will gather in people’s homes pray for healing for each other and for the world. Join us January 31st at 7 pm at the home of Jason Forman and Brett Snyder. Contact the office for directions. 


The Rev. Alex Dyer Contact: adyer@stthomasdc.org Phone: 202-332-0607, ext. 205 Twitter: @revalex Alex’s first Sunday with us was on October 9, 2016. Having begun his ministry as a missionary in Cairo, Egypt working with Sudanese refugees, he has since served numerous…

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The Right Rev. V. Gene Robinson St. Thomas’ Parish is privileged to be the home church of Bishop Gene Robinson, retired bishop of the Diocese of New Hampshire. Gene generously shares is wealth of experience and spiritual wisdom with our…

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