Weekly Highlights
Wednesday, September 11 - Tonight

  • Annual commemoration of 9/11 at 5 pm in Memorial Park. Participants include First Responders, Veterans, members of the Clergy (Carol is offering the invocation), local Girl and Boy Scout troops and public officials. All are welcome to attend.

  • At 7:30 in the chapel at St. Thomas we will offer a liturgy for 9/11. It will be a short but poignant and relevant liturgy that will end with the Holy Eucharist. We hope those of you who lost friends and / or loved ones or still struggle with feelings about the day, will attend. All are welcome.

  • “Lets have the Conversation” about Medicare and Medicaid. Join parishioner and local lawyer Patty Bave and her colleague Joann for a coffee and chat from 6:30pm to 7:30pm at the Mamaroneck Library, where they will try to answer questions you may have about Medicare and Medicaid.

Thursday , September 12
Bible Study Group starts up again and meets at 11:00 am in the Boardroom.

Saturday, September 14
Thrift Shop reopens with new merchandise. Opening times are 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Sunday, September 15

  • Holy Eucharist at 8:00 am (said) and 10:00 am (with music).

  • Sunday School is in session - please plan to arrive at 9:45 am.

  • Youth Group meets at 1:00 pm to visit the White Plains Puzzle Parlor Escape Room

Tuesday, September 17
Brown Bag Lunch from 11:00 am to 12:00 noon.


Sunday, September 22
Holy Eucharist at 8:00 am (said) and at 10:00 am (with music). The Rt. Rev. Allen Shin will be celebrating the Eucharist at the 10:00 am service.  Children worship in church. Join us for a special coffee hour afterwards.

On Tuesday, October 15 at 6:00 pm, St. Thomas will be one of the two honorees at the annual Washingtonville Housing Gala, Ritz on the Rails . The event will take place at Modern on the Rails in Mamaroneck. We are to receive the Good Neighbor Award, in recognition of our outreach initiatives to the community. It would be wonderful to have as many folks from St. Thomas there as possible, especially if you have been involved in outreach. Here is a link to the information for the evening: https://www.washingtonville.org/events


For the program year 2019-20, the Larchmont Temple has named it the year of the "Dignity of Difference". As part of this initiative, the fourth Friday of each month has been set aside as Celebrating the Sacred Other.  On Friday, October 25 , our congregation has been invited (up to 50 of us) to join the temple’s congregation for a Shabbat family-style dinner and conversation at 6:30, followed by Shabbat worship at 8:00pm. During worship, Carol will be given 15 minutes to highlight and share key aspects of our worship tradition and spiritual practice that will engender dialogue and shared discovery. This is a very exciting opportunity for us as part of the drive among Larchmont-Mamaroneck clergy to strengthen our interfaith ties as we learn from each other. 

A sign-up sheet for this event can be found in the back of the church. Any questions, please speak with Carol or Tami.
The Academy of Sacred Drama launches its first Westchester season on Wednesday, September 18, 2019 with a short concert of rare and extraordinary sacred dramatic music from the time of J.S. Bach. Excerpts of oratorios by Antonio Draghi, Giovanni Battista Bassani, and Antonio Gianettini will be paired with instrumental music for two violins and continuo.

The concert is free and will take place in the Church House at White Plains Presbyterian Church ( 39 North Broadway ) at 7:15 PM. A potluck will precede the performance at 6 PM. Visit  http://sacreddrama.org/   for more information.

On Thursday, October 3, the American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem (AFEDJ) will host a reception at The General Theological Seminary in New York to honor the Most Rev. Suheil S. Dawani, Archbishop and Primate of the Episcopal Church of Jerusalem and the Middle East and Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem.

People interested in the humanitarian ministries of the Diocese of Jerusalem and peace in the Middle East are invited to gather from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Seabury Auditorium to hear about the transformative ministry of the Holy Land Institute for the Deaf in Salt, Jordan.

Archbishop Dawani will also speak about the urgent need for peace and reconciliation in the Middle East and the other humanitarian ministries of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem in Palestine, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria.

Refreshments and hearty hors d’oeuvres will be served.

Prior to the reception, all are welcome to attend a special Jerusalem Evensong at 5:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the Good Shepherd.

The General Theological Seminary is located at 440 West 21st Street, New York, NY.

Please RSVP to Betsy Wilson at  bwilson@afedj.org  or 203-655-3575 by September 25, 2019.

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