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Welcome Back!! In light of the declining numbers of COVID cases, hospitalizations, and deaths in Wisconsin, as well as the recent recommendations of the Diocesan COVID-19 Task Force, and our Bishop, in-person worship has resumed at 8 & 10AM on Sundays. A maximum of 50 is allowed in the main sanctuary at each service. For those not ready to return you can always join us via LIVESTREAM. You can click HERE for more information. Please take a moment to read Fr. Ralph's LETTER OF HOPE. Double Portion continues to offer meals on a take-out basis.
Also, introducing The St. Thomas Video Podcast! Each Wednesday during Lent, a new episode will be released here on our website as well as on our Facebook Page and YouTube Channel. You can find Episode 007 right HERE.
We are working hard to keep everyone connected via social media, Zoom, email, phone calls, letters, and the St. Thomas App. Please click below to learn more about how we can continue to connect with God, and love one another. Continue to check the website, our social media, and the St. Thomas App for updates in this rapidly changing time.
Connect with us
Connection. Fellowship. Family. At St. Thomas Church, we believe that Connection with God, in Christ, is our primary purpose in life. That Connection is enhanced as we live our lives together, in Fellowship with one another. And as we do that, we become Family: The Family of God. At St. Thomas Church, we invite all people to live a life in Connection with God, in Christ.
Sermons and Livestream
Whether it's a spontaneous-interactive Children's Sermon, or a time with Fr. Ralph, Fr. Aran, Dcn. Lisa, or a guest preacher, a sermon is for everyone. It asks questions. It connects the dots. A sermon invites people to listen to God through the scriptures and through God's Spirit. At St. Thomas Church, our primary focus is to help people live and trust their entire lives to God, with Christ. Feel free to Connect with what God's Spirit is saying.