Wednesday, January 9
Holy Eucharist at 7:30 pm in the chapel. 

Thursday, January 10
Bible Study at 11:00 am in the boardroom.

Saturday, January 12

- Thrift Shop is open from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm, and continues to offer two special sales: Cashmere sweater sale and 30% off all art work.

-  Farmers Market from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.

- Community dinner at 5:30pm. Members of the Larchmont Temple are cooking a delicious meal. Everyone is welcome!


Sunday, January 13

We celebrate the Holy Eucharist at 8:00 am (said) and 10:00 am (with music). Sunday School is in session and starts promptly at 9:45 am. 


Tuesday, January 15

Brown Bag Lunch from 11:00 am to 12:00 noon.
Thank you
Many thanks to all those who helped make a festive observance of The Epiphany, especially to our Kings and their entourage, to All Saints' for the loan of their camel, and to all the Thrift Shop volunteers for their assistance in spectacularly outfitting the Magi.
A Virtual Bible Study opportunity!
Join with Episcopalians around the country in reading the Book of Romans during Epiphany 2019 as part of the Good Book Club. Forward Movement has broken the book down into daily readings which began January 7  (it's not too late to jump in and catch up!) and continue through Ash Wednesday.  
Daily readings and more information can be found  here.  The Thursday morning bible study will be discussing Romans during this season as well, so feel free to join them from 11:00 to 12:00 any Thursday.
Annual Meeting
On Sunday, January 27 there will be one service at 9:00 am, followed by the Annual Meeting.  There will be Sunday classes for children at 9 am. We plan to offer babysitting beginning at 8:45 am and a kids' brunch and supervised activities upstairs after church and through the meeting.
Women's retreat:  Friday March 15th to Sunday March 17th
This year's women's retreat weekend is scheduled for Friday, March 15th to Sunday March 17th. We have invited the women of All Saints', Harrison to join us and i f past years are any indication, it will once again be a relaxing, refreshing, and renewing weekend away.  

The retreat will be held at St. Marguerite's Retreat House which is part of the Community of St. John the Baptist, an Episcopal Women's Religious Order in Mendham, NJ.  We have reserved the entire retreat house, so we will be the only group there for the weekend. They have space  for 27 people,  so rsvp and reserve your spot now!  You can read more about the community and the retreat house at their website.  All of the bedrooms are simple, individual rooms with shared bathrooms.  Home-cooked meals are provided but we are welcome to bring snacks or other items to meet specialized dietary requirements.     

We will plan on arriving in time for dinner on Friday night and leaving after worship on Sunday morning.  We can carpool...arrangements for travel will be made once we know who is planning on attending and who can drive, but we will get everyone there!

The cost for the weekend is 200.00 per person and includes lodging and all meals.  If that is financially difficult for you, please let either Carol or Tami know....there is some scholarship money available.  Checks can be made out to St. Thomas with "women's retreat" written in the memo.

The Reverend Chris Jones  will be returning as our facilitator.   

Any questions?  Contact Carol or Tami.

Sunday, January 20th
11:30 am in Heathcote Hall -  We Ballet  for little kids and  Back to Bach for older kids .
Each program is 15 - 20 minutes with a short break in-between.  Parents are welcome.  
Dedicated pre-professional ballerinas and gifted musicians lead kids in a close-up dance experience to introduce this life enriching art and to encourage wellness.  Its mission is to nurture an appreciation for our miraculous bodies, to teach kids how to use muscles without any equipment, and to inspire kids to see the beauty in the details of their movement.  Through the beautiful art of ballet, we share how to feed our bodies with nutritious food and our minds with resilience.

We Ballet:  Wellness through ballet for nursery schools and kindergarten / grade school.  Kids teaching kids skills of self care and health through exercise, nutrition, and appreciation of beauty for classical arts.
Back to Bach:  A global initiative to inspire music and arts education to young children, and to teach them the value of hard work and passion.  The Back to BACH Project is meant to encourage young school children to learn musical instruments and to instill a love of music in them.  

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