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D o n a t e
Worship at St. Thomas of Canterbury is Christ centered and formal. It is firmly planted in biblical and historic Christianity as brought to these shores by the earliest English settlers.
All services at St. Thomas' Church are taken from the classic Book of Common Prayer (1549-1928), one of the monumental theological and literary works of the English speaking world.
St. Thomas is neither "Anglo-Catholic" nor "Low Church", as emphasis is given to the Holy Scripture, Biblical preaching, holy worship, and congregational singing. The great hymns of the Church are sung, and a classical choir provides music suitable for the worship of a Holy God.
The worshipping Christian thus feels spiritually fulfilled and has an anchor in which a living faith for today is rooted in the teaching of the Church as it has been received, preserved and passed down to us through the ages.
Diversity of worship is provided with two services each Sunday:
  •  8:00 a.m.- a celebration of Holy Communion with sermon begins the Lord's Day
  • 10:30 a.m.- a choral service of Holy Communion and sermon or Morning Prayer and sermon
Holy Communion is also celebrated on Saint's days and Holy Days.