Wherever you may be on your faith journey, there is room at God’s table for you.
Holy Eucharist at 12:30 pm
at 1525 Newton Street, NW.
As St. Thomas’ Parish,
we are followers of Jesus
striving to see Christ in each person
and to be Christ in our community,
our city, and our world.
In Luke 10, Jesus sends seventy of his followers ahead of him to proclaim that the Kingdom of God is near. St. Thomas’ Parish has begun a similar journey. In the beginning of 2017, we moved out from our building while we construct a new church building. We currently worship at St. Stephen and the Incarnation at 12:30 pm. During that time, we will build a new church building which will position us to be better stewards and a resource to our surrounding community.
During our construction, we are a church without a building of our own. This has strengthened our congregation and brought us closer together. We are not in the process of not just waiting for a new church building. The people of St. Thomas’ Parish are actively reengaging our city and discovering what God is doing in our midst. Our congregation is partnering with other congregations across Washington, DC.
We give thanks to St. Stephen and the Incarnation for letting us use this space on Sunday afternoon. We meet at people’s homes, restaurants, and other places across the city.
If you want to join us in the mission of discovering the Kingdom of God here in Washington, DC, then we invite you to join us.