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It’s Time for Fruit!

Now’s the time to place your order for the March 10th delivery! St. Thomas’ Church has sold fruit to our parishioners and neighbors for over 40 years. We pride ourselves in providing the best available fruit at very competitive prices. Simply order your fruit by calling the...
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Reverend Loree stands behind the altar, her hands raised above the chalice and pitcher.

First Communion Classes

It is the practice of the Episcopal Church that immediately after Baptism, a child may receive communion. We still instruct children, beginning at about age seven, about the practice of communion in First Communion classes. These classes are open to any children whether they have...
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Never a Dull Moment

I am working from home today, preparing for our Confirmation service in March. It seems a long way off, doesn’t it? But between then and now I will need to meet with Bishop Chilton Knudsen with a bulletin in hand, so that she can see what music and prayers are part of our...
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Wooden alphabet blocks spell out the word forum.

Lenten Coffee Hour Forum: Radical Renovation

Join us at the Forum during Lent: Radical Renovation: living the cross filled life. Our forum for Lent will take place during coffee hour at one of the tables in the Fellowship Hall. We will be reading the book, Radical Renovation, together with a chapter or two each week, and...
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Stained glass of a monarch butterfly.

Our New Senior Warden

Hello! For those who don’t know me, allow me to introduce myself. My name is Diane Flayhart and I have been selected to serve as the Senior Warden here at St. Thomas’ for the next three years. It is a role I’ve been training for over the past year under the...
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Imposition of Ashes

Each year, because Easter falls on a different day, according to the first full moon after the vernal equinox, Ash Wednesday falls on a different day as well. This year both Ash Wednesday and Easter fall on days that are designated by popular culture for something else: Ash...
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A jar of marinara sauce and uncooked spaghetti.

ACTC February Food Drive

February is the month that St. Thomas’ is assigned to collect food for the Assistance Center of Towson Churches (ACTC ). Instead of providing food from their entire food list, they would like us to focus on two specific foods: Spaghetti Sauce (jars) Pasta (bags or boxes)...
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Weather and Illness

Today turned out to be a snow day, which I am sure the kids are happy about. The office is closed at St. Thomas – I am taking advantage of the snow to do some sermon prep at home – it is very difficult to get long term thinking/writing projects done in the office, for...
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In Case of Inclement Weather

In the event of inclement weather a notice with delays and cancellations will be sent out via email. If you are not currently on our e-newsletter subscribers list, please contact the church office at stthomastowson@gmail.com. For those without computer access, the church voice...
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Crazy Weather

I hope many of you have a snow day today as the freezing cold wind whips around outdoors. Icy conditions on the road make our usually busy street very quiet this morning.  Our policy for the office is that when Baltimore County Schools close, we close. So Jill and I are working...
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