Martha’s Monday

A June, women from St. Thomas and Christ the King joined Pastor Wynemah for a Martha’s Monday “mini-spiritual retreat.”  Our focus was on the five-senses God has given us to embrace life. We will be taking a summer break for July and August, our next gathering will be on September 16th at Christ the King Lutheran Church.   Please let Roberta Stokes know if you plan on attending at

Bible Study takes place on Thursdays  at St. Thomas in the fellowship hall, between 10:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.

The Story of Redemption is a four-volume study that walks through the entire Bible. The study highlights how each chapter of the Bible points to Jesus Christ and where it fits in the big picture story of Scripture, the story of redemption. Each day includes written content that covers an average of three chapters to help you understand and apply the text, as well as daily reflection questions.
- This study will help you understand the big picture of Scripture and how each individual book, chapter, and verse fits into it.
- Provide an overview of the major themes, key words, and the key verse each book of the Bible included in this volume
Special resources within volume one:
-Overview of Genesis thru 2 Samuel.
What is the Gospel?

This month we will continue on the study on the book of Joshua.

Key themes:
-The Story of Scripture, The Gospel, Old Testament, Law, Mercy, Grace, Salvation

This study is being facilitated by Reverend John Roth. 

Adult Mid-week  Bible Study


Starting July 10th, Deacon Carol Petrusky will lead our mid-week Bible Study at 10 a.m.  Focusing on the Second Lesson for each Sunday, she will lead us through St. Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians.  The group will continue to gather in the Red Room at Christ the King located at 11295 SW 57th Ave. in Pinecrest (just 5 miles north of St. Thomas on Old Cutler Road).  

St. Thomas Lutheran Church



We continue our series on Lutheran Themes in the Confession of the church that are at risk today.

You are invited to join Pastor Wynemah on Sunday mornings at 9:00 a.m. for a half hour study prior to worship at 10:00 a.m.