Service Time & Location

Every Sunday 9:30 AM Universalist National Memorial Church 1810 16th Street, NW Washington, DC 20009 S2 and S4 Bus Stop right in front of the church, 0.5 mi from Dupont Circle Metro Station (Red Line) and 0.6 mi from U…

All are Welcome!

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…

Recent Sermons

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…

News

Parish Picnic with St. Margaret’s and St. Luke’s

On June 11th we are joining with our neighboring Episcopal parishes, St. Margaret’s and St. Luke’s, for a parish picnic

DC Pride begins June 8

Join us for LGBT Pride Events 

Why would I call a priest?

Pastoral care is a gift from God when we are in crises or ​having ​difficult life transitions. If you are having mental or physical health concerns and want to talk to our priest, then contact the parish office. If you have…

Priest-in-Charge

The Rev. Alex Dyer Contact: ADyer@stthomasdc.org     Phone: 202-332-0607, ext. 205 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 parishes in…

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Bishop-in-Residence

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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