Journeying in the Way of Love

A four-part Advent series introduces the Way of Love within the context of the Advent readings and themes from the Sunday Lectionary.  Sundays at St. Thomas, 1465 Coburg Road, Eugene, at 11:30 am on December 2, 9, 16 and 23.

Holy Eucharist for Thanksgiving

You are cordially invited to celebrate a Thanksgiving Eve Holy Eucharist at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church on Wednesday, November 21st.  The time is 6:30 pm and the address is 4110 River Road, Eugene.  Rev. Nancy Gallagher, Preacher and Ann Gaillard, Celebrant.  Let us join together and lift our prayers in gratitude!

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.


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)