Thanksgiving Food Boxes

Jesus and His disciples didn’t just give people some ideas to think over and send them on their way. No, they helped people in practical ways. They fed people who were hungry, healed people who were physically hurting and spent time with people who needed to know they were loved.  With that in mind and in the spirit of Thanksgiving, the St. Thomas Outreach Ministry will be putting together food boxes for St. Vincent de Paul’s First Place Family Center on Sunday, November 18th.

Stewardship Ingathering

Join St. Thomas on Sunday, November 4, as we join together to present our pledges for the coming year.   There is one service at 9:00 with a potluck to follow. A great opportunity for fellowship and fun.

Stewardship!

During this season of thanksgiving, we ask that you thoughtfully and prayerfully consider the reasons you attend services at St. Thomas Episcopal Church and consider the many blessings God has bestowed on you and your loved ones.  As a foundation for your prayer, we suggest you consider the question: “What portion of my income is God calling me to give?”

Murder Mystery Photo Gallery

To see pictures of your favorite St. Thomas players, go to the blue tab that says “October 2018 Beacon” found on the front page of this website and scroll to the end of the publication.  Enjoy!

Celebrate Creation!

Celebrate Creation with the Blessing of the Animals         

Saturday, October 6  – 10:00 a.m.

          Bring your beloved critters (leashed or caged, please) to St. Thomas Episcopal Church for a blessing to commemorate the Feast of St. Francis.

          Cats, dogs, snakes, elephants, parakeets, alligators, emus, lizards, chickens, plush toys, and animals of all stripe and color are welcome at a special service of  blessing and prayers especially for them.

St. Thomas Episcopal Church

1465 Coburg Road, Eugene

(541- 343-5241)

Mafia Murder Mystery Dinner on Friday, September 14th, 6:00 pm

St. Thomas is hosting an exciting evening of fun, food, and adventure when we try to figure out “Whodunit” at Mama Forchetta’s Italian Restaurant.

When: Friday, September 14th, 6:00 pm

Where: St. Thomas Episcopal Church 1465 Coburg Road, Eugene.   Tickets $10.00.

Call 541-915-8514 or 541-343-5241 for information and tickets

 

Annual Garage Sale!

Come to St. Thomas Episcopal Church for our fantastic annual garage sale! We have tools, books, sporting equipment, games, toys, camping gear, household goods, collectibles and one of a kind craft items. Bake sale and raffle drawings, too! St. Thomas is across from Safeway on Coburg Road. Friday, August 24th, 9:00 – 6:00 and Saturday, August 25, 9:00 – 3:00.

Our Beautiful Church

Come to worship and to celebrate with us on any Sunday in our lovely church, St. Thomas.  Taking faith seriously and regularly getting involved with other like-minded people provides a major boost to well being.  Simply being actively engaged in giving to a community is in itself a contributor to well being – but church brings together all three: faith, community works and social interaction. We would love to have you join us!

Coming Soon! A Mafia Murder Mystery

Mark your calendars for murder, mayhem and mystery!

Friday, September 14th, St. Thomas will host a “Mafia Murder Mystery” Dinner.  Tickets go on sale August 12th.   It will be a fun, fantastic and fabulous evening!

 

Ryan Baker-Fones Preaching

This Sunday, July 22nd, our Seminarian, Ryan Baker Fones, will be preaching at both the 8:00 am and the 10:00 am services. Ryan has reached the halfway mark in his studies toward his ordination and the entire congregation of St. Thomas is thrilled and proud of his progress.

As he begins his third year of studies in the fall, his focus will begin to shift from the academic and theoretical to the more practical and hands-on.  Starting in September, he will be assigned to a different Episcopal Church in Eugene/Springfield to complete his required field education. This program will last one school year.

Ryan continues to be in our prayers as we know we are in his. We look forward to the joyous homecomings at St. Thomas on the occasions when he returns.