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9:30 a.m. Sundays

Our Sunday morning service follows the liturgy from the Book of Common Prayer. The music is a blend of traditional hymns, anthems, and contemporary music.
Sunday School also begins at 9:30 am.

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Peace Be With You!

Upcoming Events

Recent News & Announcements

Science! St. Thomas' Annual Vacation Bible School. August 12 - 15. 6:30 pm to 8:30pm, beginning with dinner.

Science!

Science Camp is for all ages – an inter-generational experience.  Come for dinner, stay for fun experiments indoors and out.  Science Camp will include dinner and snacks, experiments, stories,...
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Backpack & School Supplies Drive

We are seeking donations for our Student Support Network Backpack Drive. This year we are hoping to reach our goal of filling 25 backpacks and need your help. Here’s what’s needed:...
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Book Club

“The Boston Girl” by Anita Diamant

Interested in joining a book club? The next meeting will be held on September 9th at 7pm, and we will be discussing the book “The Boston Girl” by Anita Diamant.  The meeting will be held at St....
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National Night Out 2019

National Night Out Community Festival 8/6

St. Thomas’ is proud to host the Baltimore County Police Department Precinct 7 – Cockeysville National Night Out event! National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign...
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Wooden alphabet blocks spell out the word forum.

The Forum: “The Many Faces of God”

Join us Sundays at 10:30 AM in the Fellowship Hall for 30 minutes of The Forum resuming on July 28th. This Forum is an introduction to various world religions compared with the theologies of the...
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The Adventures of Flat Jesus. Summer 2018.

The Adventures of “Flat Jesus”

Don’t forget to take Flat Jesus on your adventures this summer, and send us your pictures at StThomasTowson@gmail.com. OR post them to our Facebook group at “The Adventures of Flat...
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Colorful balls of yarn.

Comfort & Joy Ministry: Lazy Days of Summer? Not For Us

The busy hands of Comfort & Joy will next meet in the Fellowship Hall at St. Thomas’ at 10am on: Saturday, June 8th Saturday July 13th We will not meet in August. Remember – if you can’t make...
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Sunday School

Sunday School

Join us for Sunday School in classroom 5 at 9:15am, with the fun beginning at 9:30am. We welcome children ages pre-k and up to join us for lessons and fun during the first half of worship. The...
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Gentle, Relaxing Kripalu Yoga. Sooth your nervous system.

Yoga Class

St. Thomas’ is pleased to welcome a new partner in our community, Denise Malloy, Kripalu Certified Yoga Instructor, from Yoga Wellness 4 Life! We will be offering yoga classes Tuesdays at...
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National Night Out is August 6, 2019

National Night Out 2019

National Night Out Community Festival 8/6

St. Thomas’ is proud to host the Baltimore County Police Department Precinct 7 – Cockeysville National Night Out event! National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our...
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Raffle Ticket

Wanted: Raffle Items for National Night Out

We are seeking raffle items for this year’s National Night Out police and community partnership festival. Gift cards, gift baskets, or any other new items are appreciated. The proceeds from this raffle go directly to the Providence Volunteer Fire Company. This year’s...
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Vendors Wanted for National Night Out

National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. This year’s event will be held at St. Thomas’ Church located at 1108...
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Help Wanted

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Help Wanted: Ushers & Greeters

Are you interested in being more involved at church but don’t have the time? Did you want to get the whole family more interested in attending church together? Then consider volunteering to be an usher and/or elements bearer, as an individual or make it a family event. It is a...
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A cup of coffee and two chocolate chip cookies.

Help Wanted: Coffee Hour

Volunteering might include donating your favorite goodie to share, helping to set up or clean up or helping to serve at the coffee hour. We’re hoping to have enough volunteers that no one is burdened. Barbara Lewis has volunteered to make the coffee each week! Please let her know...
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Offering plate.

Help Wanted: Counters

We’re looking for volunteers willing to stay after the 9:30 a.m. service for a short time once a month to help count the offering.   If you are interested please contact Laura Doles (ldoles.stthomas@gmail.com or 410-825-2663).
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Help Wanted: Music Ministry

JOIN OUR MUSIC MINISTRY: Music Ministry is looking for anyone who is willing to share their time and talent and serve musically at services. There is no commitment, come, bring your voices, instruments and even a friend and see if you have been missing God’s voice calling for you...
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Reflections

Mary & Martha

This weekend we have two very different, but important events. First, a Memorial Service for Mary S. will be held this Saturday, July 20, at 1:00 pm in the church. Light refreshments will follow....
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Nothing to be Anxious About

This morning I went to the dentist to have an old filling replaced. I do not like going to the dentist. I had in my mind all the memories of having my teeth filled – the drilling, the...
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Santiago de Compostella

If you’re looking for a good movie to watch, pick up “The Way.” It’s the story of a man who chooses to walk the Santiago de Compostella, the most traveled pilgrimage road in the world. He walks...
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Old Tapes

This morning I went to the dentist to have an old filling replaced. I do not like going to the dentist. I had in my mind all the memories of having my teeth filled – the drilling, the...
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