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Sharing Our Space

St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church, Towson, provides space for a number of community and religious organizations, social clubs, support groups, scouting troops and other organizations to meet.

Here are some of the organizations that St. Thomas’ is currently hosting and a little bit about what they do:

  • Al-Anon

    Friends and families of problem drinkers find understanding and support at Al-Anon meetings. All are welcome. Meets every Friday night at 7pm.
  • Boy Scouts & Girl Scouts

    Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts – all groups meet here at St. Tom’s in both the Fellowship Hall and Classrooms.
  • Fun with Foreign Language

    Fun with Foreign Language (FwFL) makes learning a second language fun and affordable! With Spanish and Mandarin Chinese programs for students as young as 2 years old up to adult, FwFL provides its students with the opportunity to realize the many benefits that learning a foreign language can provide. www.funwithforeignlanguage.com
  • Johns Hopkins Parkinson's Support Group

    Those with Parkinson’s disease and their families are invited to attend these educational and support meetings that are held every month.
  • Meals on Wheels

    Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland has its Towson distribution hub in the basement of St. Thomas'. The Towson distribution hub has 75 volunteers and serves roughly 66 clients of all backgrounds between Mays Chapel and Northern Parkway from north to south and between Falls and Harford roads from east to west. Baltimore Sun article about Meals on Wheels at St. Thomas'
  • Seafarers' Center

    The Baltimore International Seafarers' Center is an inter-faith ministry rooted in the tradition of Christian hospitality. They believe in the unconditional love of God for all people, and demonstrate this love through their commitment to serving the personal and spiritual needs of seafarers in the Port of Baltimore. www.baltseafarers.ang-md.org
  • Senior Men's Golf Club

    Local senior men’s golf clubs join together in the Fellowship Hall to discuss their common interest and plans for the months ahead.
  • Ski Club

    The Baltimore Ski Club is made up of people who have banded together out of common interest to share their skiing and boarding experiences, to improve their abilities and knowledge, to save money on trips, and to socialize both winter and summer with a broad range of people. Meets the 2nd Wednesday of every month at 6pm. baltimoreskiclub.com
  • Sudanese Congregation

  • City Light Church