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.

Our Prayer Garden, Labyrinth, and Community Garden are open for visitors who wear a mask and remain socially distanced.

The Prayer Chain continues its ministry. If you would like to entrust a prayer concern to this confidential group, please contact Susan Krieg at the church office.

We are glad to include your prayer concerns in Sunday’s Prayers of the People. Please contact Susan Krieg at the church office.

The Prayer Garden

The Prayers of the People
At worship each Sunday, the Prayers of the People include petitions for the church, peace among nations, care of creation, healing, the saints, and other matters of concern to the members. A list of people who have requested prayers is kept and all are lifted up in prayer. A small table just inside the entrance to the sanctuary provides a place to add people and situations to the day’s prayers. To place a name on the prayer list, please contact the church office.

St. Thomas Prayer Chain
For those who desire a less public offering of prayer, the St. Thomas Prayer Chain prays daily for those who have asked for prayer. To place someone on the prayer chain, please contact the church office.

prayer garden

St. Thomas Prayer Garden
The idea of a prayer garden began with a member’s desire for a quiet place outside for prayer and meditation. In 1990, a site was identified just south of Heritage Hall and the steeple from the first church was selected as a meaningful and lovely centerpiece. Members and friends designed and established the garden, which has continued to expand over the years. The prayer garden now includes a waterfall, pond, patios, benches, sculpture, a columbarium, and a scatter garden.

Prayer materials in the Community Garden

Our Labyrinth
The St. Thomas Community Garden, up on the hill behind the church building, has a small labyrinth and benches for quiet prayer.