DOING JUSTICE + LOVING KINDNESS + WALKING HUMBLY WITH GOD
NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Friday, September 14, 6 p.m.: Parish Potluck in the Lounge
Saturday, September 15: Look from St. Thomas's at New Haven Pride (we expect to staff a table at the Block Party from 4 to 7 p.m.)
Sunday, September 16: It's the first full day of Education for All Ages at 9 a.m. Here's where to go:
During worship, we will be recognizing New Haven Pride.
After worship, we will say farewell to the Rev. Bill Loutrel with a festive Coffee Hour. And the Choristers will have their first rehearsal of the year.
Sundays at St. Thomas's
9 a.m. Education for All Ages
10 a.m. Holy Eucharist
Coffee Hour immediate following worship
St. Thomas's Episcopal Church
830 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511
Office Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday
St. Thomas's Church values and encourages a diversity of people who are reflective of the kingdom of God. We strive to respect the dignity of every human being by welcoming, validating, and supporting all persons, whatever their race, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, health status, physical ability, marital status, or stage of spiritual journeying.
St. Thomas's is a Gun Free Zone. This includes all buildings and grounds associated with the Church and the Day School.
St. Thomas’s Episcopal Church is a lively Christian community of faith located on Whitney Avenue in New Haven at the border with Hamden. We are diverse in age, race, and sexual orientation. All are drawn to St. Thomas’s by its distinctive atmosphere of heartfelt fellowship, intellectual inquiry, spiritual curiosity, and beautiful worship.
Sunday at St. Thomas's centers on the celebration of Holy Eucharist, with ritual that is both ancient in tradition and contemporary in outlook. Music enhances the atmosphere of holiness. Sermons thoughtfully apply the lessons of Holy Scripture to current events and concerns. Family‑friendly seating areas provide comfortable space for even the most active children. The people gather around the altar for the Eucharistic Prayer, and children are encouraged to draw near. All are invited to receive Holy Communion. As we experience God through worship and fellowship with one another, we are strengthened to follow the way of Jesus in the world.
The St. Thomas’s community includes St. Thomas’s Day School, a co-educational independent day school serving children from kindergarten through 6th grade. Its Mission Statement is this: St. Thomas’s Day School is a diverse community of children, teachers, parents, and parishioners working together to foster learning in the context of faith and personal commitment. As a mission of Saint Thomas’s Episcopal Church, the Day School seeks to educate children broadly by cultivating intelligence while engaging heart and spirit. The School seeks to motivate children of diverse races, creeds, and backgrounds to become independent thinkers who appreciate, understand, and serve others.
If you are looking for a spiritual home, give St. Thomas’s a try. You won’t be disappointed.
The Rev. Keri Aubert
St. Thomas's is a Gun Free Zone. This includes all buildings and property associated with both the Church and the Day School.