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New To Saint Thomas’?

Welcome!

Saint Thomas’ has suspended in-person corporate worship until it is safe to gather together again. All of our Sunday services, as well as daily Morning and Evening Prayer, are available online.


Help us get to know you.

Welcome Card: Find out more about STE.

Help us get to know you better and tell you more about us by filling out our online welcome card below:

Welcome to Saint Thomas!

Prayer Request.

Let us know how we may pray for you.

Prayer Request

Persons added to the prayer list will remain on the list for one month if request is not renewed.

Ways to Give.

Give at Church

Annual giving from our community enables us to sustain our vital mission. Thoughtful, intentional stewardship enables us to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to serve the people of southwest Houston and our growing online community.

Give Securely Online

We use the Tithe.ly service to securely process your contributions; your information is protected with SSL-encrypted connections. Your information will remain private and will never be given away to third parties, other than to process your scheduled contributions.

Ways to give

There are many easy ways for you to give. Download our pledge card for a detailed description of other ways to give. If you would like to make an annual pledge (which helps us plan and manage our budget), you may fill out and return this card.


Our latest news.

Welcome Our New Family Minister!

After an extensive nation wide search, interviews with a number of promising candidates, and a wonderful on-site visit, the Family Minister Search Committee recommended that our Rector, David Browder, call Angel Gonzalez to serve as our Family Minister to lead the church’s outreach to children, youth, and family together with our dedicated volunteers. David agreed,…

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It’s Our Time

by David Browder I was speaking with one of our parishioners recently: she is plugged in to the goings-on at our church and school. We were discussing FEMA — and it all came back to me: the floods, the economic downturns, the pandemic, anxiety over budgets — and the waiting. Oh, the waiting. The waiting…

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