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St. Thomas Episcopal Church

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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 as well as at children’s chapel, offered during the 10am Sunday service.

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. The mission of the Church is to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ.

Worship times

Saturday
5:30 pm
English
Holy Eucharist
(First Saturday is a Healing Prayer Service)
Sunday
8:00 am
English
Holy Eucharist
Sunday
10:00 am
English
Holy Eucharist with music
Monday
4:00 pm
English
Centering Prayer
Wednesday
6:00 pm
English
Dinner Church
Sunday
10:00 am
live stream
Morning prayer at: www.stthomasglassboro.org
Daily
10:00 am
live stream
Morning prayer at: www.stthomasglassboro.org

Ministries

Sacred Ground Race Dialogue Circles

Racial Reconciliation
Sacred Ground

Sacred Ground is dialogue series on race, grounded in faith. Small groups are invited to walk through chapters of America’s history of race, racism, and whiteness while weaving in threads of family story, economic class, and political and regional identity. The 10-part series is built around a powerful online curriculum of documentary films and readings that focus on Indigenous, Black, Latino, and Asian/Pacific American histories as they intersect with European American histories.

Sacred Ground is a resource coming out of Becoming Beloved Community, The Episcopal Church’s long-term commitment to racial healing, reconciliation, and justice in our personal lives, our ministries, and our society. This series is especially designed to help white people talk with other white people, while being open to all racial/ethnic groups. Participants are invited to peel away the layers that have contributed to the challenges and divides of the present day – all while grounded in our call to faith, hope and love.

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