On Monday, October 28, 2019 we begin our 100th anniversary lecture series with a visit to both the sanctuaries of Beth David Synagogue and St. Thomas the Apostle Church. Rabbi Yitzchok Adler and Fr. Edward M. Moran will be discussing both the architecture and the history behind the architecture of both sanctuaries. The purpose of this event is for greater understanding and appreciation of each other’s religious traditions. The architecture of both these sanctuaries provides a window into the history of both religions. These will not be prayer services but rather opportunities to study the art and objects that are sacred in each faith. We will begin the evening at Beth David at 7 PM and will conclude shortly after 8:30 PM at St. Thomas. We encourage people to bring their children.
St. Thomas the Apostle Parish monthly sandwich program for the hungry and homeless served by South Park Inn. Volunteers are asked to make a loaf or two of sandwiches to be delivered to STA lower church kitchen refrigerator between 8 AM and 6 PM. If you have not previously signed up for the Sandwich Ministry email reminder list, please fill out a sandwich sign-up flyer, which can be found on the table in the rear of the church. Place your sign-up slip in the gray lock box so the Social Action committee knows how many loaves of sandwiches can be expected. Detailed instructions are on an accompanying flyer. Your help is greatly appreciated. For more information or to volunteer by phone, call Carole Mulready at 860-478-5760 or firstname.lastname@example.org A flyer can be emailed to you. Reminder emails will be sent. Thank you. Social Action Committee
Rehearsal is held in the upper church.
Class will meet in the upper church.
Children in Grades 3 and up are invited to attend an altar server training from 9:15 to 9:45 AM on Saturday, October 19th in the upper church. All children in Grades 3 and up are welcome to participate and may serve at the Mass of their choosing. We know how busy you are and will schedule you around your other commitments. The training is an opportunity to ask questions and learn more about this very important ministry. Please contact the rectory with any questions at either email@example.com or 860-233-8269.