The CDC COVID-19 Community Level is HIGH. This means masks are required at any indoor gatherings at St. Thomas’, including gatherings for worship.
Come to church for a sermon series on the Holy Spirit every Sunday (except one!) from 31 July through 4 August.
“In the Garden….”
The St. Thomas’ Garden Ministry will be meeting on Wednesday evenings, at 7:00pm, by the Meditation Garden, to enjoy fellowship and prayer as we work to maintain our beautiful campus! Everyone of all abilities, ages, experience levels, are welcome! Water will be provided for drinking and for the plants! Contact Donna F, firstname.lastname@example.org or 856-725-6869 if you have questions.
“And He walks with me and He talks with me, and he tells me I am his own, and the joy we share as we tarry there, none other, has ever, known.”
This week, the Garden Ministry brightened up the benches in the Meditation Garden!
The 80th General Convention of the Episcopal Church took place in Baltimore this month. You can read the summary of actions taken here. Resolutions may be examined in greater detail by going through the General Convention website.
Our annual Church Picnic is scheduled for 20 August from 12 noon to 6pm at Camp Sun-n-Fun! Eucharist is scheduled for 3pm at the picnic.
Provide relief and help communities recover from flooding and fires
Deadly flooding and fires in southern and western parts of the US are displacing thousands and creating a financial burden on the most vulnerable. Episcopal Relief & Development is working with church and local partners to provide help where it’s needed the most. Your swift response and compassionate gift to the Episcopal Relief & Development Disaster Fund will provide supplies to help communities in Kentucky, Virginia, Missouri, California and other places make a full and sustained recovery. Visit episcopalrelief.org to make a contribution today.
June pledge: $15,020.33
June given: $13,391.00 89.15%
YTD given. $98,463.00 98.09%
Blessings for Birthdays & Anniversaries are offered the first Sunday of each month. Come to church this Sunday to receive a birthday blessing!
2 Barbara C.
3 Harold L.
9 Bill W.
9 Brenda M.
14 Carol R.
17 Glenn D.
23 Barbara K.
23 Baylor L.
24 Wanda R.
25 Noah G.
28 Kristin D.
29 Mike K.
1 Wayne R. & Lenore L.
4 Jonathan W. & Dani A.
15 Robert C. & Barbara E.-C.
25 Tal K. & Donna F.
Our COVID protocol is following the CDC guidelines for Gloucester County. Masks are not presently required. But they are still simple and effective protection. Please be sure to stay on top of your recommended vaccinations to protect all those you love.
Lectionary readings for this week: Isaiah 1:1, 10-20, Psalm 50:1-8, 23-24, Hebrews 11:1-3, 8-16, Luke 12:32-40
Lectionary readings for next week: Isaiah 5:1-7, Psalm 80:1-2, 8-18, Hebrews 11:29-12:2, Luke 12:49-56
Please continue in your daily prayers for: Dennis, Marge, Joann, Jennifer, Lou, Mary Esther, Kass, Katie, Shannon, Brandon, Vivian, Suzy, Kelsey, Margaret, Kim, Jacqueline, the Schofield family, Logan, Chris, Cheryll, John, Sandy, Don, Aldin, Jackie, Carl, Butch, Sarah, Linda, Jim, Jim, Carin, Judy, Stacey, Ginger, Stephen, Tracy, Ronald, Lee, Ruth
Announcements for the parish email are due via email by noon on Wednesday of each week. You can email them to email@example.com
The church calendar can be seen at https://www.stthomasglassboro.
Are you serving in liturgy? Check the rota!
Prayer requests can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch our livestream here Saturdays at 5:30pm and Sundays at 10:30am!
Full-text of the liturgy is available at https://www.sharedprayers.net