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St. Thomas welcomes everyone who comes to us seeking to grow and nourish their faith. Through study and group programs, you can expand your knowledge of the bible, explore your faith, serve our community, and grow closer to others and God.

Wednesday Morning Bible Study

The Wednesday morning Adult Bible study is digs deeply and systematically into Scripture throughout the school year, anchored in the Disciple Bible Study series, and offers special topics in summer months..

We meet 9-10.30 AM almost every Wednesday.

We are currently completing the Disciple curriculum “Under The  Tree of Life.” The phrase “under the tree of life” conveys the promise of finding shelter, security, and rest in God’s love. In this 32-week study of the Old Testament Writings, The Gospel of John, the Epistles of John, James, Jude, and finally, Revelation, participants will see the entire process of living toward final completion of rest and reward.

In Summer of 2019, we will offer small group opportunities in “The Daring Way” curriculum by Brene Brown.

In Fall of 2019, we will begin the 32-week Disciple curriculum “Remember Who You Are”

Browse through recent audio from previous sessions below. For a the full archive of podcasts, visit our Soundcloud or iTunes pages.

Women’s Bible Studies

Each Thursday, women are invited to join studies on spirituality and Scripture from 10-11.30 or 1-2.30.  Contact Jenny Scott at jenny@sttaec.org for this week’s topic!

Episcopal Youth Community (EYC)

We are here to pass out lots of God, joy, and acceptance to anyone who wants them!

We are here to pass out lots of God, joy, and acceptance to anyone who wants them!  Our youth meet regularly through Scout Troop 1965 for girls and Scout Troop 1918 for gents, acolyting, service, and fun.

Click here to connect with Scout Troops.

Click here to inquire about upcoming youth service opportunities.

Godly Play for Children

Godly Play is a Christian education program that helps children become aware of the mystery of God’s presence in their lives. Godly Play does not just tell “Bible Stories;” Godly Play shares our church’s history through stories and invites the children to wonder and explore in new ways.

Godly Play uses visual aids for children to understand the story as it is being told, then the leader asks questions of “wonder” about the story. The children come to a personal understanding of the story told that has meaning to them.

Godly Play meets each Sunday at the beginning of worship, from 10.30am until the beginning of Communion, and is open to children 4 years old through fifth grade.