You May Be Asking

Please note that due to COVID-19 restrictions when attending St. Thomas masks our strongly suggested but not mandatory.  If you have health issues that require you to not wear a mask still feel free to attend. 


How early should I arrive before the service? 

Our worship services are at 8:00am, 9:30am and 11:00am.  We recommend arriving approximately 15 minutes prior so that you will have plenty of time to find a parking space and a seat in the sanctuary.


What do I need to do when I arrive?

As you enter St. Thomas from either Main Street or Route 183, one of our greeters or St. Thomas members can direct you to the sanctuary and answer any questions you may have.


What is a worship service like at St. Thomas?

A worship service consists of worship music and a sermon.  A St. Thomas member will welcome guests and the church community while encouraging those present to greet one another.  There will be a time of announcements, special music, and an offering.


What kind of sermon will I hear?

Our Pastor is passionate about preaching through the Bible in either topic form or verse-by-verse.  A typical sermon lasts approximately 20 to 30 minutes and ties biblical principles to life application.


What is available for my children?

St. Thomas is committed to caring for our kids and teens.  On Sunday mornings, St. Thomas, due to COVID-19 restrictions, is not currently staffing our nursery, but it is available to parents if needed.  We ask that you stay with your child and not leave them unattended.  At 9:30am we offer Sunday School for children Kindergarten -6th Grade.  This will be held in Beatrice Hall where social distancing can be practiced.


Junior and senior high school students are encouraged to participate in worship services on Sunday morning or volunteer in one of our ministry areas.  


What should I wear?

In our services you will find people dressed in everything from jeans and a t-shirt to a suit and tie, so dress however you feel most comfortable.