8:00 am - Holy Communion (said service) 9:30 am - Sunday School 10:30 am - Holy Communion (choral service) or Morning Prayer*
Rector Bible Study - 7:30 pm
Holy Communion -10:00 am Bible Study - 10:30 am
SUNDAY SCHEDULE _____
*The general schedule of Holy Communion 1st & 3rd Sundays and Morning Prayer 2nd & 4th or Morning Prayer and Litany on the 5th Sundays is subject to change depending on the Church calendar.
ABOUT ST THOMAS OF CANTERBURY ANGLICAN CHURCH
OUR MISSION ______
St. Thomas of Canterbury Anglican Church, a parish of the Reformed Episcopal Church, is inalterably committed to the Biblical doctrine, discipline and worship of the historic and orthodox Anglican Way of Christianity, In our parish life, we are called upon to fulfill the Great Commission (Matthew 28:1820) through the proclamation of the Gospel of Christ and the faithful administration of the Sacraments of Baptism and the Holy Communion, Our witness to the love of Christ begins within our parish family and extends outwardly to such good works of charity, mercy and Christian education to which we are led by the Holy Spirit for the edification of the people of God, the preservation of Biblical faith and morality, and the building up of the Kingdom of Christ until His coming again.
Our worship is not, of course, the only manner in which and beautiful way. God may be praised, but it is an ancient Anglican worship has its roots in the early British or Celtic Church of the first century. Our worship and theology are at once genuinely Catholic, Evangelical, and Reformed. Anglicans have worshipped with the Book of Common Prayer since 1549, during the Reformation. People who are unfamiliar with our forms of worship are often surprised to learn that more Holy Scripture is read in our worship services than in any other church. Each Sunday lessons are read from the Old and New Testaments and the Psalms. In fact, over 75% of the Prayer Book consists of direct quotation from the Bible. Most of the rest is paraphrased from scripture. Anglican's have no unique doctrine, and we believe that Holy Scripture 'contains all things necessary for salvation'.
Per the bylaws of this parish, all visitors who are baptized Christians, who love the Lord, and who are eligible to receive the Lord's Supper in their home church, are affectionately invited to the Lord's Holy Table to receive the Sacrament of Holy Communion.
Persons seeking to join the parish family or to discover more about the Anglican Way of Christianity should contact the Rector. If you desire to have the Rector call on you in your home, please let him know. He will be happy to visit with you.