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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.

For more information about your organization sharing our space, please contact Jill Dumser at StThomasTowson@gmail.com.

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

  • Alcoholics Anonymous

    Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The meeting at St. Thomas' is Friday evenings at 7 p.m.
  • Baltimore County Police Youth Counseling Team

    The Counseling Team is the outreach and prevention branch of the Youth and Community Resources Section of the Baltimore County Police Department. They are a staff of skilled counselors who work with young people and their families with the goal of preventing crime and fostering positive interpersonal relationships and life skills.
  • 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.
  • The Center for Spiritual Development

    Debra Donnelly-Barton is the director of the Center. A spiritual director fosters safe space and sacred time...offering prayer, reflection and guidance to assist in the journey toward God. For more information: The Center for Spiritual Development
  • City Light Chapel

    City Light Chapel services are held in St. Thomas' sanctuary on Sundays from 11:30-1:30.
  • Greater Baltimore Church of Christ

    The Greater Baltimore Church of Christ is a non-denominational Christian church consisting of a wide representation of Baltimore's diversity. The Greater Baltimore Church of Christ strongly believes in sharing the gospel with all nations and hold community Bible discussion groups throughout the greater Baltimore metropolitan area.
  • 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 monthly.
  • Loch Raven Network

    The Loch Raven Network helps students struggling every day with the effects of poverty and homelessness by donating food, clothing and personal care items, basic items they and their families often cannot afford. A high school student who does not have to worry about hunger, dirty clothes, or not having deodorant, toothpaste or shampoo is a student much more capable of concentrating in school. Loch Raven Network
  • Maestro Musicians Academy

    The Maestro Musicians Academy's Baltimore Music School serves greater Baltimore, Towson and its surrounding communities. We teach all ages and believe that ANYONE can learn to play an instrument! Maestro Musicians Academy Baltimore
  • McAllen's Toffee

    McAllen's Toffee makes Maryland's Best Chocolate Almond Toffee in St. Thomas' commercial kitchen facilities. McAllen's Best Toffee
  • 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'
  • Narcotics Anonymous

    Narcotics Anonymous offers recovery from the effects of addiction through working a twelve-step program, including regular attendance at group meetings. The group atmosphere provides help from peers and offers an ongoing support network for addicts who wish to pursue and maintain a drug-free lifestyle. The weekly meeting at St. Thomas' is Monday evening at 7p.m.
  • Sudanese Ministries

    Sudanese Ministries meet monthly in St. Thomas' fellowship hall.
  • Third Wall Productions

    Third Wall Productions is a not-for-profit, 501(c) (3) organization that provides education in the theatrical arts through live performances, workshops and summer camps. TWP is welcoming of all persons regardless of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status. They provide family-friendly entertainment and encourage everyone to participate as they like. From acting to directing, lighting and sound to back stage and costumes, there is something for everyone at Third Wall Productions.