Connecting with Community
A service of silence, song, and contemplation.
Join us as we gather at St. Thomas in Lancaster to learn more about How2charist — an interactive instructional Eucharist that will draw us deeper into the mystery of this sacrament and explain why we do what we do. This is part of our engagement with The Way of Love, an initiative of the Episcopal Church helping us to develop our spiritual lives. Let’s do this together as a family parish. All are welcome!
This is the day we celebrate St. Francis, who, in addition to his love of animals, is known for his vow of poverty and walking with those who “have not”. He was a leader in the efforts we continue today with the care of creation and social justice action. Special prayers and focus on working together to help others.
Bring a donation of pet supplies to church, for the food, toys, or pet beds can be blessed and then offered to our neighbors in need.
Help us keep our grounds beautiful and welcoming to the community!
Oct. 25-26“How to Pray About This”Stevenson School for Ministry Learning WeekendSt. Cyril Center, Danville This learning weekend is a follow-up to the “Called to Heal a Broken World,” August Learning Weekend. All are welcome to engage in this power of prayer weekend and discover stories of how to pray, stories of prayer and healing, and how people manage in turning from a broken system to a way of healing, from a life of pain to a life of wholeness, from…
All are invited to come as we explore the spiritual practice of “Bless” which is one of the Ways of Love offered by our Episcopal Church. We will gather and prepare food for Thanksgiving baskets for our hungry neighbors. As we help others, we grow in our love of Christ and of our world. So come and be a part of this family event. You can come even if you don’t have a youth member in our parish and just…
Come help us prepare our beautiful grounds for winter. Everyone is welcome and all help will be appreciated!
We will bring the gift of Christmas to our nearest neighbors, the residents of the Episcopal Home. We will sing Christmas carols with them and find joy and bring joy to each other.
This is our best event of the year. We cook, bake, decorate and prepare for our neighbors to come and join us for a full Christmas Day dinner. All are welcome — both to come and enjoy a festive meal and to help prepare and serve the full course Christmas day meal. This is an opportunity to be with each other and share the joy of the season.