"Make a Joyful noise unto God, all ye lands: Sing
for the honour of his name; make his praise glorious".
Music is a special part of the Worship experience at St. Thomas. Our Music support includes an 8 rank Moller Pipe Organ, a Hand Bell Choir, an Adult Choir, a baby grand piano, soloists, and a music director.
The Chancel Choir rehearses each Sunday at 11:00 am and sings every Sunday during our regular Worship Service. Come join us!
Deborah Wong Mar, BA, M.M. Organist and Music Director
Debbie Mar has been the organist/music director at St. Thomas Lutheran since 1989.
"Ascribe to the Lord the glory due his name; worship the Lord in the splendor of his holiness."Psalm 29:2
Dear St. Thomas family and friends,
Some decisions take time, especially difficult ones. Such is the case with respect to our life together as a congregation.
During a ZOOM meeting this morning (Friday, April 03, 2020), the Council agreed to extend the time frame of suspending all in-house church-related activities including Sunday worship until the end of April. This decision, as difficult as it was, came after careful consideration of the Worship and Music Ministry Team’s recommendation, Florida-Bahamas Synod Bishop Pedro Suarez’s strong advice, and COVID-19 guidelines designed to help arrest the spread of this pandemic. Should this change, we will certainly let you know.
In response to and support of this decision, we are asking everyone to engage in the following:
Continue to pray with and for each other as members of this faith community.
Reach out as you are able and is advisable under the circumstances, offering your support, encouragement and Christian love.
Join us for Remote On-line Worship. It’s accessible! It’s moving! It’s an invitation to “Worship Together ... Still.”
Our Holy Week and Easter schedule follows:
Palm/Passion Sunday, April 5 at 10:00 a.m.
Maundy Thursday, April 9 at 7:00 p.m.
Good Friday, April 10 at 7:00 p.m.
Easter Sunday, April 12 at 10:00 a.m.
We give God thanks for the sacrifice of love all of us are making; the offerings of time, talent and money many are still giving; and the Holy Spirit’s guidance in these difficult times. May God strengthen and preserve us until we can gather together in-person, in-house, and around the table of communion fellowship with Christ and one another.
With our continued gratitude, prayers, and blessings,
Rev. Wynemah K. Hinlicky