On Saturday, January 20 from 11:00am until 2:00pm a delegation from St. Thomas’ Parish joined the resistance movement on the one year anniversary of the inauguration. Our group marched behind our “The President said what?” faith palm banner currently on display at our construction site.
Thank you to parishioner Lynn Moluf for organizing the event.
Thanks to the gracious donation by a neighbor, St. Thomas has a table at the 17th street festivalon August 24, 2019! Use the form below to volunteer to work a two hour shift during the day! The festival runs from 12-6 pm so we will need volunteers beginning at 11 am for set up and extending beyond 6 pm for clean up. We will have St. Thomas’ swag to hand out. This is a great opportunity to connect to our local community.
Hope to see you there!
St. Thomas’ Parish is hosting the Episcopal Diocese of Washington Young Adults event on Thursday, 22 August at 7:00pm. Dinner will be provided.
Let’s meet up, pray, dream and start talking about the things we want to accomplish this Fall as we get a diocesan-wide young adults ministry rolling!
We’ll continue conversations about EDOW Young Adults events, especially a shared meals programme starting in October. We’ll also be reviewing the EDOW young adults website together for next steps.
Please use this link to indicate that you are coming: https://edow.wufoo.com/forms/z1hee2rs0evxboo/
|SING HIS PRAISES!!!|
Our St. Thomas’ choir will resume rehearsals on Sunday, August 25th at 9:00am!!
Please come & join with us to make a joyful noise! Our choir has a sweet, sweet spirit along with talented and dedicated members! We’re preparing for the fall and starting to look toward Advent. See you August 25th at 9:00 am up in the choir loft!!! BE THERE OR BE SQUARE!!!
Any questions – ask Cindy Adkins, our Music Director!!
Please consider joining a team of people who make visits to people detained by ICE. Some 1,000 women and men may be held in ICE custody in the three detention facilities in VA and MD.
Many don’t have family or friends who can visit them, and often they are held in locations far from where they lived or worked. Visits help boost their morale and let them know that they are not forgotten by those of us who oppose what ICE is doing.
There will be an evening training program which is required before you can visit detainees. Please see details at https://dcdetentionvisitation.org/events for the August 21 training in Georgetown.
The two people I’ve visited at a jail in Jessup, MD are Marcos and Felix, who are included in St. Thomas’ prayer list each week. They asked that we pray for them. Felix is in his late 20s and had not had a visitor since he was detained 10 months ago before I visited him in June.
The Washington National Cathedral Sanctuary Committee and Georgetown Visitation are partnering with the DC Detention Visitation Network in this training and visitation program.
I invite you to join the DC Detention Visitation Network.