Worship is a recognition of and response to an awesome, loving God.

During worship, we offer praise, ask questions, explore the Bible,

and listen for the 'still-speaking' God. 

For a long time, we gathered for worship in a sanctuary each week;

more lately, worship happens in homes or on patios, by way of screens.

And now, after a long wait, in-person worship is resuming.

All this has helped us understand that while style and routine are meaningful (we tend to worship best when both are familiar), what really matters is our heart--the desire we have to meet with, hear from, lift praise & thanks to God. Doing this in the company of others is a big part of worship, too (though again, it's possible to worship on our own)--which is something we recognize with new clarity during a pandemic. But even when what we're familiar with gets replaced, even when it's challenging at best to be with others--we can still worship. 

Which is why we're offering a variety of services, studies, and gatherings.

These opportunities to worship, encourage one another, and serve those around us

are all ways to 'be the church' as we move through these days! 


O God:

You have formed us for Yourself, and our hearts are restless 

till they find rest

in You.


St. Augustine


Two services are offered each week--traditional at 8.15am, and casual at 10.45am.

Both are in-person and livestreamed online (here's a link for Sunday morning services).

Recordings of services are available at the St. Thomas YouTube channel, as well (here's a link for that).

Outside services in the parking lot happen occasionally in fair weather

Communion is part of the casual service each week, and part of the traditional service each month.