Attention Ladies of St. Thomas
The time has come for us to break bread together and re-connect socially for a good time promised to be had by all.
We will be gathering on Tuesday, May 23 at 1:00pm in our Guild Hall at St. Thomas!!
Please bring a dish to pass! If you can also bring someone who hasn’t been around for a while do that!!The more the merrier.
There is a signup sheet posted in the narthex , or call 734-676-3122, and or email if you are interested in joining this event.
Did you know…. We have this at St. Thomas
What is Scrip Fundraising?
Scrip is fundraising while you shop. Here’s how it works: a family will buy a scrip gift card through your church or religious group’s scrip program. They'll pay the full face value, but they’ll earn an immediate rebate percentage that’s typically between 3% and 15% depending on the retailer. Then they use that gift card on their normal purchases. So, for instance, you could buy bagels and coffee from Panera Bread with scrip for an early morning Bible study and earn 9%. You’re not spending extra time or money— it’s just earning for your church!
Perfect for graduation, birthdays, anniversary, parties, one size fits all. Going on vacation??? Gas and restaurant cards are perfect choices, so you can stop along the way to recharge, take in the sites, all the while helping St. Thomas earn extra cash, win-win for all. Check out our LINK section for more information
We have links attached to our website to make it easier to find.. Check under the link at the top. We now have Lectionary (to see the reading for the whole year. Great Lakes Scrip, you can now to to the website.
We now have links to our Facebook page and to the monthly calendar. The ICONS are at the top right of the page.
Tai Chi for fall prevention and arthritis is based on the program developed by Dr. Paul Lam. It is endorsed by the Arthritis foundation and the Center for Disease Control. This program provides a gentle workout and is easy to do and learn.. Practicing Tai chi has many benefits. It improves flexibility, relaxation, balance, posture, and health. Classes are for 7 weeks beginning Mon. April 10- May 22 at 10:30 am in our Guild Hall. Contact the church office by phone or email or contact Sue Eory 734-934-4446
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Raising the kids, rushing off to work, coming home tired, paying the bills, fixing the car. .
Have you ever wondered, " Is that all there is? Is life just an endless cycle of eating, sleeping, and growing older?" does your heart ever long for something more?
If, so we're here to help. We want to show you how a personal relationship with Jesus Christ can lead you home, bring you into God's eternal family, and introduce you to life on a whole new level. Everyone longs for a place where they are welcomed, accepted, loved.
We welcome you to St. Thomas Episcopal Church. We invite you to browse our pages and get to know something about our community and our ministtry, and learn about our fellowship. We hope you find your time spent here a blessing. Our church is a warm and loving church, we extend a warm welcome to you to worship and fellowship with us, you will not be singled our in any embarrassing way, or asked to come forward before the congregation. We want you to feel comfortable and at liberty to call on us for anything you need.
If you are considering a new place of worship or a relocation to our area, we would love to have you be our guest.
When you visit our church, you will find:
Come join us for eucharist worship services
Sundays at 8 am (in our lovely Henry Ford chapel)
10 am (in our main church),
with music and supervised nursery at the 10 am.
We also have Morning Prayers (in place of our eucharist service) on the 2nd at 5th Sunday of the month.
Stay after to join us in a social coffee hour gathering after each service, great way to meet new friends.
We also have eucharist worship at 10:30 am on Wednesdays
and following the service
Bible study at 11 am (all year long).
All are welcome to join.