Weekly Highlights
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Bible Study

Join us at 11:00 on Thursday mornings
On June 19 we will be looking at this week’s lessons, track 1.

Zoom Meeting ID: 947 779 7880; Password: 531346 

All are welcome!    

The Bible Project website is a wonderful resource for learning about the Bible!
The moms' group meets Fridays at noon for 30 minutes  for a prayer, meditation, and a talk about our current circumstances. This group gives support and refreshment to all mothers who need a break from the new routine imposed by COVID-19.  All are welcome, whether you signed up or not. 

Zoom Meeting ID: 794 021 5828; Password: 099540
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.
What do you do when your children grow out of their clothes, but your family has suffered financial loss and has no means to buy new clothing?

Due to the pandemic, many families have to choose between buying food, paying rent, or buying clothes. We need your help! St Thomas has joined forces with the Coalition for Community, Larchmont Avenue Church and the Mamaroneck High School Street Store to provide gently used clothing through the Sharing Shelf as well as new shoes and underwear to families in need. The Coalition has already received requests from over 100 families.

You can help in a few different ways:

Heathcote Hall will be used as a distribution site for the clothing which is being packed by volunteers at the Sharing Shelf. We will need a handful of volunteers to set up the parish hall for the clothes to be organized by family as well as a few volunteers to sort shoes and match them to family requests. If you'd like to help with either of those efforts, please contact Tami at associatestthomas@gmail.com .

Volunteers are needed to sort clothing at The Sharing Shelf. If you're interested in that effort, email thesharingshelf@fsw.org

Financial donations are needed immediately to purchase new shoes and underwear to supplement used donations from The Sharing Shelf. DONATE HERE. T his link will take you to Larchmont Avenue Church's giving page, please click on the "fund" tab and click "Community Clothing" from the drop down choices to contribute.
The family of Astrid Wenzel wishes to thank the parishioners of not only All Saints’ but of St. Thomas Church as well for your outpouring of love during this difficult time for us. Her obituary is below. One of the many recent joys Mom had was to watch this home movie as was recently discovered on Youtube. It is Harrison in early 1940 and Mom had just turned 15. Watching this, she rattled off the names of many and recalled practically every business that is shown in town. Here’s the link…enjoy this step back in time!

Astrid Wenzel
Born Astrid Aurora Gronlund in Mamaroneck on February 21, 1925 she died peacefully at Greenwich Hospital on June 7, 2020 at the age of 95.
The only child of Artur Grönlund and Aurora Justiina Peltoniemi, immigrants from Finland, Astrid was baptized in a Swedish Lutheran church in the Bronx, grew up in Harrison and graduated from Harrison High School in 1942. After completing the Washington Secretarial School in New York City, she became the personal assistant of Louis M. Klein, Superintendent of Harrison Schools. In 1952 she married her former classmate, John S. Wenzel at All Saints’ Church in Harrison and they raised a family in the house she helped her father build in Rye.
Astrid stayed home to care for her two sons and aging father until his death in 1974. At this time John became a partner in the House of Light/Northeastern Wholesalers in Mamaroneck, and Astrid assumed the role of credit manager where she worked until they retired in 1991. In 1996 they moved permanently to Hilton Head Island/Bluffton, South Carolina.
Astrid had many interests including gardening, playing the piano, scouting, golf, bridge, oil painting, lawn bowling, fishing, and taking care of her dogs.
Predeceased by her husband John in 2014, she is survived by her sons Arthur (Danuta) and Scott of Rye, and grandchildren Stefan, Paul, Catherine and John, as well as her beloved rescue dog Chloe and countless cousins here and in Finland.
As a lifetime faithful parishioner, the family requests that donations be made to All Saints’ Church, 300 Harrison Ave, Harrison, NY 10528.