Traditional @8.30am

download a program here

Casual @10.30am

download a program here

click here to watch the Sunday service live online


Messages this Fall

To see a list of topics and Biblical texts

for recent and upcoming services,

along with the schedule for

casual and traditional services,

click here.


Casual service music

To hear songs that will be part of the services

and/or connected with the morning theme,

check out this playlist.


Past services

are on the St. Thomas YouTube channel


Through the week

Here are some ways to worship, connect, serve, and learn—

ways to 'be the church'!

Young Adults Meet & Greet

Lunch and conversation on Nov 7--more details TBA...

Elders' forum October 28, 6.30pm

Drop in via Zoom (use this link) with questions, suggestions, and to talk more about the life and health of St. Thomas.

Prayer chain

Requests emailed to the office will, with permission, be shared. To be among those who  pray, please contact Carol in the office.

Midweek study 

A new study--on Ephesians--begins Wednesday, Nov 10. Drop in for lively conversation via Zoom, 6.30-7.30pm (use this link). All welcome!

Reading the Bible

If you've been noticing how much there is in the Bible, or looking for a way to read it more regularly, here's an idea: join a group at St. Thomas in reading through the New Testament by the end of 2021. There's a schedule for doing this (it takes a few minutes each day), along with notes each week with tips, questions, and explanations. Interested? Check this link for more info.

Firepit Fellowship

Enjoy the company of friends outside (in/near the parking lot)  on Sunday, Oct 24 at 5.30pm. Games, hotdogs, and s'mores provided; bring a chair and a beverage!

Memorial Service

During the worship service on All Saints' Day (Oct 31) this year, we'll remember family and friends who have passed. To have a name included in this memorial, please contact the office. NOTE: there's a single service at 9.30am on this day.

Art Display, Oct 17-31

Things we make can give glory to God, and offer insight on the world around us; they also bring delight! All that means art has an important place in the life of a faith community. So here's an invitation to bring what you've created (painting, woodwork, textiles, etc.) for others to enjoy. To have items displayed (in the East Foyer), please contact the office.

24th Annual Will Ketner Goods & Services Auction, Nov 6 

The auction is back, so mark your calendar! There will be a silent auction 9-9.30am; the live auction runs from 9.30am til Noon. The auction supports the general fund and discretionary fund of St. Thomas.

Driving, cooking

If you've got time to drive or prepare meals occasionally for those who are dealing with or recovering from illness, that would be a real blessing for those with these needs. To take part, contact the church office.

CCU Banquet, Nov 9

Find more information about supporting an agency that helps with needs in Harrisburg here.

We pull images for this website, Facebook, and online service slides from Unsplash,

grateful for the fine work of

Chris Lawton, David Tomaseti, Fanny Gustafsson, Katie Moum,

Jonny McKenna, Aaron Burden, Marcelo Cidrack, Steve Harvey,

Marl Clevenger, Mike Ralph, Ryan Stone, Radek Grzybowski,

Jason Pischke, James Coleman, Leeann Cline, Jon Tyson