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Our Sunday Worship Service is at 10:30 am, and includes prayers, hymns, readings from Holy Scripture, a sermon, music and Holy Eucharist. Holy Eucharist is also known as Holy Communion o
r the Lord’s Supper. Jesus invited us to continue in the breaking of the bread and in prayers, and in doing so as a community we know Christ and remember his life, death, resurrection, and coming again in our weekly worship.
All are welcome at our table for holy communion as it is God’s table not ours.
It is made ready for those whom God loves – those who love God and those who desire to know God’s love more deeply.
So, come, you have much faith and you who have little, you who have been here often and you who have not been here long, you who have tried to follow and you who have failed. Come, because it is God who invites you. It is God’s will that those who want to know God will meet God there.
—Adapted from The Iona Community, Iona Abbey Worship Book.
Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm we worship using an Evening Prayer service from the Book of Common Prayer. This worship service is a spoken service, and may be led by lay or ordained members of our community. Evening Prayer includes prayers and scripture readings for the evening.
Our parish enjoys singing together many parts of our worship rather than only having them performed for us, including psalms and hymns. Our choir currently leads us in worship at the 10:30 am service with rehearsal at 9am, Sunday mornings. Celebrating diversity, our choir leads worship in many different genres. Our service music is simple enough to allow everyone to participate, some having been written specifically for St. Thomas’ Parish. If you would like to be a part of the music ministry at either Sunday service, please know that you are welcome to contact our Music Director, Cindy Adkins, via e-mail or by calling the church office.