Weekly Highlights
We ask your help in putting together a Lenten devotional. We invite everyone to write a short meditation on one (or more) of the gospel lessons appointed during Lent.

You can access the readings for each day of Lent by going to:  www.lectionarypage.net

Click on any of the days in Lent (February 27 to April 10) and chose a gospel lesson that speaks to you and has meaning for you, and about which you would like to write a short meditation.

Once you have chosen a gospel lesson you want to write about, sign up for that lesson and corresponding day on the signup sheet in the back of the church.

When writing your meditation speak from the heart. We suggest a piece of somewhere between 50 to 250 words. You can email this text to Carol or Tami or give them a handwritten or typed note by Monday, February 24th.

We will compile the meditations in a booklet, and publish it on Ash Wednesday, February 26 th  for distribution to the congregation.
One other suggestion for Lent: don’t give something up, take something on. Make it your Lenten discipline to attend church every Sunday during Lent, and perhaps even the midweek service each Wednesday at 7:30 pm. You might find this to be a powerful and important formation tool as it observes the season.
If you have any questions, please contact either  Carol  or  Tami .
Sunday, February 16 , after the 10:00 AM service, representatives from Charles Schwab will meet with interested parishioners to provide a detailed overview of the endowment at Schwab as well as the investment strategy being employed. Please RSVP to financesstthomas@gmail.com by Thursday, February 13th if you wish to attend.
Wednesday, February 12
  • The Thrift Shop is open from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.
  • Holy Eucharist at 7:30 pm in the chapel.
  • Bible Study from 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm in the boardroom.

Thursday , February 13
  • Bible Study at 11:00 am in the boardroom or library.
  • Vestry Meeting at 7:30 pm in the boardroom.

Saturday, February 15
The Thrift Shop is open from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Sunday, February 16
  • Holy Eucharist at 8:00 am (said) and 10:00 am (with music). Sunday School is in session.
  • Charles Schwab presentation after the 10:00 am service. Please RSVP to financesstthomas@gmail.com by February 13th if you wish to attend.

Monday, February 17
Presidents' Day - the office is closed.

Tuesday, February 18
11:00 AM Brown Bag Lunch.
Wednesday, February 26 -- Ash Wednesday Services
Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return.  

Join us for our Ash Wednesday Liturgy with Imposition of Ashes on Wednesday, February 26.
Three opportunities for worship:

12 noon:  St. Thomas (in the chapel)
5:30 pm:   All Saints' Harrison
7:30 pm:  St. Thomas (in the chapel)
Lent Madness books and brackets are in! 
Who will win this year? If you would like to participate, please contact Carol before Ash Wednesday, February 26.
Looking for a short-term volunteer project?
 We've got one here at St. Thomas!

What : removal of ceiling tiles in the basement

When : Saturday, February 29th at 10:00 AM

Safety equipment needed : safety goggles, gloves. We will supply masks.  There is no asbestos involved.

Please call the office if you can come help that day - 914-698-0300.
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.  
In March 2020 Census self-response packets are mailed to residences. We encourage you to take the census, and to ask your friends and neighbors to do so as well. Fair representation and vital community resources we all need to build a thriving community are dependent on an accurate count.

Fore more information you can click on this LINK.