This blog’s pages represent on-going functions at St. Thomas.
Favorite recipes–those that get lots of comments at the function at which they’re served–are listed here. Most are from Wednesday night Lenten dinners.
Lectionary readings are updated weekly to follow the Episcopal calendar; but the last word is St. Thomas’s Sunday bulletin, which is posted with the readings. The single-page and large-print formatted readings and the accompanying slideshows are provided by the Vanderbilt University Divinity School Library linked here.
Bible study commentary for each Sunday’s readings comes from the Montreal Diocese linked here.
The bible study help called Faith at Home is a function of the Forward Movement publication of the Episcopal Church and is linked here.
Altar flowers are a much celebrated addition to our Sunday services, contributed by members of the congregation and community as memorials to loved ones, celebration of special events or . . . just because. Use the Altar Flowers Schedule page to find out if your preferred dates are already taken. If they are not, then use the Altar Flowers Volunteer form page to sign up for those special Sundays and give our priest the information about who or what to honor or remember.
Sign up ahead of time.
Call a florist (we have recommendations).
Think of your favorite people to honor or remember.
St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Windsor, NC