Weekly Highlights
This Sunday is our Annual Meeting. We write to ask you to please attend.
 
We recognize Sundays are a day for family, errands, and down time, and we wish to honor those things. They are all important to our lives and its organization. Having said that, once a year the state of the parish you support with your prayers, participation, and dollars is reported out in detail. You are apprised of any initiatives, updated on the state of the parish, including our property. 
 
You, as stakeholders, are an important part of this yearly gathering. It is an opportunity for you to voice your joys, concerns, and interests as you hear those of other members of the congregation. For your convenience, childcare will be provided. We do hope to see you Sunday.
 
Carol, Tami, and Vestry


Sunday, January 26
One service only at 9:00 AM
ANNUAL MEETING
after the service

Here are the materials: REPORTS

Here is the bio of Kristen Scheyder: Biography


Wednesday, January 22
  • Holy Eucharist at 7:30 pm in the chapel.
  • Bible Study from 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm in the boardroom.

Thursday , January 23
Bible Study at 11:00 am in the boardroom or library.

Saturday, January 25
The Thrift Shop is open from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Sunday, January 26
Holy Eucharist at 9:00 am (with music). Sunday school is in session. Annual Meeting in Heathcote Hall to follow directly after the service.

Tuesday, January 28
11:00 AM Brown Bag Lunch.
Our extraordinary story of retiring medical debt in the amount of almost 10 million dollars was picked up by the Episcopal News Service:


´╗┐We hope that you can help us spread the word!
Women's Retreat: Saturday April 25th - Sunday April 26th

The 2020 Retreat will be held at Stony Point Center, 17 Cricketown Road, Stony Point, NY. 

Click here for more info: Stonypoint

It will be a simple overnight, beginning at 9:00 am Saturday April 25th and ending Sunday April 26th just before lunch. We will leave from St. Thomas early on Saturday (about 7:00 am) and return around 1:00 pm on Sunday. As in past years we will carpool, something made easier by beginning on Saturday.

The cost of the retreat is 180.00 for a double occupancy room and 240.00 dollars for a single occupancy room. This includes the cost of two breakfasts, lunch, and dinner as well as helping to defray the cost of a retreat facilitator. Please RSVP to Tami or Carol.  
Lent Madness books and brackets are in! 
Who will win this year? 
See Carol if you are interested in participating.
Survey during coffee hour on February 2nd

During coffee hour, we will be visited by members of the Original Civics Research & Action program from Mamaroneck High School. The purpose of this group is to make positive change in the community; to that end, they have been conducting research through interviews with community stakeholders regarding local issues and concerns. They will be bringing a brief and anonymous community concerns survey related to this initiative. If you are approached by one of them at coffee hour, you may decline participation in the survey. I hope many of you will choose to participate and help out this endeavor.