Women’s March on the Polls

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.

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Jeremy Ayers – Third Sunday of Easter



The Rev. Alex Dyer – Second Sunday of Easter


Video – Sermon begins 11m before end

Share, Listen, Connect: Telling Your Story Event – Sunday, May 20 

On Pentecost Sunday, May 20, after our morning service, we invite you to participate in a session of faith-filled storytelling. We will start with brunch before we turn to listen to the life stories of some of our members.

As in past “What’s Your Story?” sessions, as these members respond to that question, we make connections with our own stories, we recognize our differences, and we celebrate the common journey we share. Please join us! For more information use form below.

Volunteer for our Refugee Project

St. Thomas’ is excited to be moving forward with our refugee project. It’s not too late to get involved! Any parishioner who would like to participate but was unable to attend the training session on March 5 can use form below to learn more. We look forward to hearing from you!

Episcopal 101 classes begin April 22

Episcopal 101 is a series for those seeking Confirmation, Reaffirmation of Faith in the Episcopal Church. It is also a fantastic opportunity for those seeking formal membership in St. Thomas’ Parish or anyone who wants to know more about the Episcopal Church. Join the Rev. Alex Dyer for interactive learning about church history, liturgy, prayer practice, and more. We will meet Sundays beginning April 22 at 1777 Church Street NW from 11:15-12:45.

April 22 – Scripture What do Episcopalians believe about Scripture? How does the Bible inform our faith and practice? What is the difference between taking the Bible literally and taking it seriously?

April 29 – Tradition – How has the faith of the wider church shaped our own faith today? Why should care what people said about Jesus and the Church hundreds of years ago? Why are the Sacraments important?

May 6 – Reason – Do I have to check my brain at the door to be a member of The Episcopal Church? Where does my own experience fit into my faith? What about science and religion?