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Easter Egg Hunt

For all kids 11 and under! Join us for St. Thomas’ Annual Easter Egg Hunt. Easter Sunday, April 1, following the 10:30 am service. Meet on Church apron to find your age group and follow the leader to your area. For more information, please email Eileen Spisak.

Easter Vigil At Sunrise

Alleluia! The Lord is Risen! The Lord is Risen Indeed! Alleluia! Our service of Holy Communion begins outside the church in darkness. As the sun (the Son) rises, we light the Easter fire, process into the church, and proclaim the first Alleluias and sing the first Gloria since the beginning of Lent. Music by our…

Good Friday Service

Good Friday is the darkest service in the church year, commemorating the death of Jesus, the second person of the Trinity. Good came to live and minister to us, and died at our hands at the end of his earthly ministry. It is “Good” because God planned it from before the beginning of time, to…

Stations of the Cross for Kids

Please join us for a very special Stations of the Cross for Kids on Good Friday at 6pm (before the 7pm service). Church youth will lead children through prayers and readings as they contemplate the eight Protestant stations of the cross, marking Jesus’ journey from condemnation to the tomb.  The stations will be set up…

Good Friday Service

Good Friday is the darkest service in the church year, commemorating the death of Jesus, the second person of the Trinity. Good came to live and minister to us, and died at our hands at the end of his earthly ministry. It is “Good” because God planned it from before the beginning of time, to reconcile us to…

Maundy Thursday Service

In this solemn service of Holy Communion, we remember Jesus’ Last Supper with his disciples before his crucifixion–the meal we remember every time we celebrate Holy Communion–the Lord’s Supper. During the service, the rector of the parish washes the feet of our vestry and school board, as Jesus’ washed his disciples’ feet, giving them the…

Blessing of Palms & Palm Sunday Choral Holy Communion

Our Palm Sunday service begins outside the church with the blessing of palm fronds and crosses. It continues as we process into the church with hymns and song, led by our children and a live donkey, remembering Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem that begins Holy Week. A service of Holy Communion follows, and we’ll have a…