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OPEN for EASTER 2021!


We WILL be OPEN for EASTER Services on April 4th--Socially-distanced, Masks required, No singing, but at least OPEN! Alleluia!

We will not yet be open for Palm Sunday, however, you may pickup blessed Palms  at St. Thomas on Sunday, March 28th (Palm Sunday). Additional palms will be available inside the Church during Holy Week.

Those ordering Easter Lilies for Easter may pick them up from the Church April 12 or later.

GOOD FRIDAY OFFERING-- As always, Offerings made to St. Thomas Church for "Good Friday" are sent to our brothers and sisters in the Anglican Diocese in Jerusalem in accordance with St. Paul's ongoing ministry to the "saints in Jerusalem":

"At present, I am going to Jerusalem in a ministry to the saints; for Macedonia and Achaia have been pleased to share their resources with the poor among the saints at Jerusalem." [Romans 15:25-26] also i.e., 1 Cor 16:3; 2 Cor 9:1

What does the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem do? It is responsible for the Episcopal Christian worship among the minority Arab Christians throughout the region in Israel, Jordan, Jerusalem, Palestine, Gaza, and Syria.  The Diocese directly runs: 3 Hospitals (including one for Disabled Children), 2 Medical Clinics, a Cardiovascular/Diabetes Center, and a Rehabilitation Hospital; 2 Elder/Senior Living facilities; a Seafarers' Mission; 1 College; 17 Schools from K-12, including a VoTech School and a School for the Deaf and Blind; plus numerous Pilgrim Guest Houses.  Your Donations goes to their support.

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