We will welcome Father Bob Fitzpatrick to preach and preside this Sunday! Father Todd will be filling his pulpit at Grace Church, Merchantville.
Don’t forget to bring three non-perishable items for Kitchen of Hope for Trinity Sunday! Please leave them in the bin outside the Kitchen of Hope building before after our services on Sunday, or in the bin provided Saturday evening.
Join the ECW (Episcopal Church Women) Annual Meeting, online June 5 at 10 a.m. We will acknowledge our Student Service Award Recipients for 2021, and we also will remember our necrology, remembering and praying for all Episcopal Church Women who went home to the Lord this past year. Register at https://is.gd/ecw2021annual
Glassboro’s Memorial Day Parade and solemnities are a great opportunity for St. Thomas’ to be out around our neighbors. The parade starts at 10am, with a service of remembrance at the town square to follow.
Are you interested in a friendly, animated series on How to Read the Bible?
May is Mental Health Month. See resources from Virginia Theological Seminary.
If you can, getting vaccinated is the surest, quickest way to end the destructive power of the Covid-19 virus. As Christians, we are about life and health and wholeness. Unless you have been advised otherwise by a medical professional, getting vaccinated is an important Christian response to a hurting world. Do you need assistance finding an appointment? The Diocese can help!
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Lectionary readings for this week: Isaiah 6:1-8, Romans 8:12-17, John 3:1-17, Psalm 29
Lectionary readings for next week: 1 Samuel 8:4-20, 11:14-15, Psalm 138, 2 Corinthians 4:13-5:1, Mark 3:20-35
Please continue in your daily prayers for: Dennis, Marge, Joann, Andrea, Bob, Jimmie, Bill, Kass, Sandy, Floss, Mary-Esther, Patty, Dean, David, Lois, Michael, Bianca, Kayla, Evelyn, Tal, Jackie, Richard, Taylor, Sid, Becky, Dorothy, Chuck, Jo-Ann, Sally, Ethan
What do you think of when you hear the word “reparations”? What does that word really mean? You might be surprised!
When a wrong has happened, how do we effect “repair?”
Or come hear Bishop Stokes speak as a part of a march and rally in Newark on 19 June. Click here for more information.
Saturdays, 6pm: Holy Eucharist
in the Nave: limited to 12 pews of up to two people each
Sundays, 9am: Sunday School
online: for children
Sundays, 10.30am: Holy Eucharist
outdoors, rain or shine
Sundays, 6pm: Youth Group
online: for teens
Mondays, 4pm: Centering Prayer online
Mondays, 7pm: Book Group online
Tuesdays, 7pm: Small Group Bible Study online
Wednesday, 5.30pm: Holy Eucharist
outdoors, rain or shine
Wednesdays, 7.00pm: Bible Study: Ruth online
Daily on Weekdays: Morning Prayer
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