Small groups are a wonderful way to connect with people in the St. Thomas community and to deepen your relationship with Jesus Christ. We have several small groups that focus on particular interests and hobbies. These groups gather for fellowship, prayer, and study. Please contact The Rev. Kelly Demo if you would like to join a small group or if you would like to start a small group around your own passions and hobbies.
Most small groups have moved to online Zoom meetings. If you are interested in joining a small group please contact The Rev. Kelly Demo at firstname.lastname@example.org. All are welcome!
So many transitions in life happen post-high school! College, job, marriage! Join this group of young adults for support and friendship and see where God is leading you in your life.
This group meets to delve deeper into different forms of prayer and meditation.
Faith and Science
Where does God and science meet? This group reads and asks the big questions around creation, scientific discoveries, bioethics, and God.
Bible and Bees
Do you connect with God best in nature? Join others who do too! Discuss bee keeping, gardening, and where to find the Holy Spirit moving in the world.
A couples’ group that studies scripture. They are involved in emergency relief bags and Blue Valley Ministries.
Small groups of Episcopalians, Jews and Muslims gather to discuss their faith and build friendships.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
This group meets at the parish and knits prayer shawls together. These shawls are blessed during special services at St. Thomas, and they are given to those who are ill or have lost a loved one.
Coffee with a hint of Christ
This women’s group meets at St Thomas and is involved with the packing of “Backsnacks” for at-risk youth in our community.
Classics Men’s Group
This group is open to retired and semi-retired men, and meets at the parish for monthly conversation and Bible Study. Conversations range over many topics.
This group is interested in exploring the Scripture and the World around them.
Solos Dining Out
Solos Dining Out offers friendship, support and spiritual growth to people with no spouse/partner.