Weekly Highlights
W hat Does Church Mean To You?

Share with us an essay / meditation / thoughts on what the church has meant to and for you and what role it has played in your life during this time. The length is up to you, but please send everything to office@saintthomasmmrk.org by August 1.

We will create a book with these writings which will find a home on the shelf in the library and will be committed to both the Vestry minutes and archives.  This is a unique opportunity we want to save and share with the St. Thomas of the future. We hope you will join in this endeavor.
Login to Zoom at the time you wish to Join a Meeting, fill in the Zoom Meeting ID, then the password.
Bible Study

Join us at 11:00 on Thursday mornings
On July 9 we will be looking at this week’s lessons, track 1.

Zoom Meeting ID: 947 779 7880; Password: 531346 

All are welcome!    

As a head's-up: there is no bible study on July 16 and 23.
The moms' group does not meet this Friday, July 10.
If you missed Carol's or Tami's latest sermons, you can listen to them when you go here: Sermons . Our website also features a selection of hymns and anthems. Or your can visit our YouTube channel where all videos of sermons, services, and music of the last weeks are accessible.
Your clergy are here for you

If you need an opportunity to vent, to talk things through, to have someone listen, we're here for you. Let Carol or Tami know, and they'll make a date for a phone, FaceTime, or Zoom call. You are not alone, and you do not need to carry what is in and on your heart by yourself.

Carol can be reached by phone at (914) 327-5275, and by email at rectorstthomas@gmail.com .

Tami can be reached by phone at (914) 584-1418, and by email at associatestthomas@gmail.com .
You can continue to call the office at (914) 698-0300, or email office@saintthomasmmrk.org during regular business hours.
There is an email scam once more making the rounds which targets clergy and their parishioners. Read about it in this article and know that neither Carol nor Tami will ever send out an email or text asking you for gift cards or money! If you receive such an email or text communication from them, please alert the church office.
New phishing scam uses church pastors' names as bait

An old email phishing scam targeted at church-goers has been picked up and dusted off, hoping to find new victims it didn't hit the first time around. The basics of the scam are that church members get an email from their minister requesting for...

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