Notices

Those not fully vaccinated against Covid-19 must wear a mask and practice social distancing while on church grounds.

Masks are optional for those who have been fully vaccinated.

As we care for one another during this pandemic, please only attend in-person if you are willing to join us in observing our protocol.

Join us as we celebrate the Holy Eucharist:

  • Sundays at 10am: outdoors
  • Saturdays at 6pm: indoors and online (Evening Prayer in July)
  • Wednesdays at 5.30pm: outdoors (not meeting in July)

Join us every morning (except Sunday) at the time of your choosing for Daily Morning Prayer.

Today at St. Thomas’

  • 10:00 am
    Holy Eucharist

    Outdoors, rain or shine. Bring a chair and wear a mask!

Upcoming events…


STO: Proper 6

Saint Thomas’ Online

for The Third Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 6):
12-13 June 2021

No RSVP is required for outdoor or online services.

See older events…


Everyone is Welcome

We welcome you to worship with us! St. Thomas’ welcomes everyone regardless of age, abilities, physical or mental health, ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender identity, income, education, political affiliation or faith commitment. The things which bind us are greater than the things that separate us, and the love of God is greater than all our divisions. Children are welcome at all services.

We are located at:

212 North Main Street
Glassboro, NJ  08028 [map]
(856) 881-9144
office@stthomasglassboro.org

 

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About Us

St. Thomas’ is an Episcopal Church, a member of the Anglican Communion. Striving to walk a middle way between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism, we recognize the leadership of our Diocesan Bishop, our Presiding Bishop, and the Archbishop of Canterbury. We embrace the traditions handed down to us by the ancient Christian church with an attitude that is described as “comprehensive”: encompassing great diversity.

Our Mission

Q. What is the mission of the Church?
A. The mission of the Church is to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ. (The Book of Common Prayer, p. 865)