Keeping each other safe during COVID
Please visit our homepage and specific ministry pages to see how we are adapting our shared ministry to this challenge.

Oh, how we miss being together in person! We continue to find ways to get together on Zoom for meetings, choir rehearsals, and our occasional Sunday morning Zoom Narthex. People are swapping groceries using front-porch trading, settling in for long phone calls, even writing actual letters on actual paper – but we miss each other very much.

Day by day, as they spent much time together in the temple, they broke bread at home and ate their food with glad and generous hearts, praising God and having the goodwill of all the people. And day by day the Lord added to their number those who were being saved. [Acts of the Apostles 2: 46-47]

From the very beginning, the followers of Jesus have loved to share food with one another – and we’re no exception! Here are some examples of sociability, St. Thomas style.

Our photo archive includes many, many pictures of buffet lines, evidence that our hotdish game is strong.
Our pie game is also stellar
Frog Eye Pudding – the old traditions are honored among us
Shrove Tuesday 2020 – can we start eating yet?
The Hotdish Heaven potluck was so popular we took weeks to recover afterwards
The Intergenerational Fiber Arts Spiritual Growth Group also promotes homemade snacks
A reception to honor our confirmands


Cake, too!
A farewell reception for a choir director –
A farewell reception for the Lutheran Campus Ministry pastor
Can Lutherans make tortillas - with help from our Guatemalan sister parish visitors?
Can Lutherans make tortillas – with help from our Guatemalan sister parish visitors?
 Suzannes says, Si!
Suzanne says, Si!