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Fellowship in Service

Fellowship thrives at St. Thomas the Apostle! Join one of our spiritual communities to meet other dedicated and generous individuals who have a passion for service and fellowship. From helping to operate our Nearly New shop to producing mouthwatering food for the Family Fun Fest, our vibrant communities offer a variety of paths for fellowship and service.

The Brotherhood of St. Andrew (BSA)

The Brotherhood is an organization of men at St. Thomas who enjoy fellowship and meaningful study by jump-starting their weekends at 7:30 a.m. every Saturday morning.

Members are involved in most of the facets of life at St. Thomas and stand ready for call to service.

The Brotherhood is open to all men, so if you would like to learn more about living a Christian life and the teachings of the Church, please join us.

Contact: Mike Brady, Eddie Trlica

Additional information on The Brotherhood of St. Andrew can be found online at www.brothersandrew.net.

Daughters of the King

The St. Brigid Chapter of the Order of the Daughters of the King is a non-fundraising Religious Order of Women dedicated to St. Thomas with daily prayer, service, and Evangelism.

We are your prayer circle, and we give your needs and petitions to God. We do this For His Sake.

We invite all Women of Faith to join us on the second Sunday (usually) of the month after the 10:30 am Service.

Contact: Kathy Hill

Additional information about the Order of the Daughters of the King can be found online at www.doknational.org.

Episcopal Church Women (ECW)

All the women of St. Thomas are members of the ECW. If you are a female over 18 and a member of St. Thomas, you are a member.

ECW is a great way to get to know others and be part of the Sizzlin’ Sisters. They support many church activities and contribute their time and talent.

The primary activity of the ECW is running the Nearly New Shop, a resale store located in the Nassau Bay Shopping Center.

We meet once a quarter, usually on the first Monday at 7:00 p.m for fellowship and to vote on disbursing funds from the Nearly New. We would love for you to join us!

Contact: Natalie Brady

Holy Smokers

The Holy Smokers is an informal ministry at St. Thomas. The group prepares barbecue for various Parish fundraising events. We also prepare breakfast for the Parish several times throughout the year.

Funds raised by the Smokers benefit both the Parish and outreach programs. While the cooking and fundraising does involve some work, our focus is on fellowship for the Smokers and the Parish.

Contact: Bob Ketcham