Calendar & News
St. Thomas Reformed Church Sunday Service
6:00 am Sunrise Service at Smith Bay
10:00 am Service Until Further Notice
April 22, 2018 - "“The Transforming Moment"
Scripture - "Acts 4:5-20”
Next Week’s Lectionary Scripture Readings:
• Acts 8:26-40
• Psalm 22:25-31
• 1 John 4:7-21
• John 15:1-8
Due to website changes, I am unable to dowload the audio until the website conversion is complete. In the mean time, please download and visit the app. The entire Sunday service will be there.
Hurricanes Irma and Maria relief efforts
Spreading the good word
UPDATED information about XYG Kick-Off: It may seem far off but the start of the school year will be here before we know it! We are sooooo excited to start up XYG for the '17-'18 School Year! We look forward to spending another year serving our community, building relationships with each other, and learning more about loving God and living that way.
All are invited to a bible study centered around these passages each Saturday at Magens Bay (near Shed 3 or 4) at 7:45 a.m.
Check out the cool new 3d tour of our church created by the talented Don Hebert / Don Hebert Photography!!
The sanctuary is open to the public every Tues, Wed. and Thurs from 10-2
7th & 8th grade – The middle room (across the street on Crystal Gade)
9th -12th grade – Does not meet this week.
Like us on Facbook (connect below)
Still haven't downlowded our FREE STRC Church APP?
Get it here:
http://get.theapp.co/aba2 and follow STRC on your smartphone, Apple and Android! Includes the morning bulletin and scripture passages. You can also send any prayer requests directly to Pastor Jeff!!
Community Group meetings.
Consider being part of a small group or groups that meet midweek to grow in faith and in relationship with Christ and one another. If you are interested in hosting or leading a small group, please speak with Pastor Jeff.
My Brother's Workshop Cafe & Bakery
Come support this wonderful outreach program! It is located in Bakery Square.
Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
My Brother’s Workshop was founded in late 2007 by retired industrial engineer Scott Bradley as a program to provide mentoring, counseling, education, and job training and placement, primarily through teaching woodworking and carpentry. In 2014 Bradley was awarded the National Lewis Hine Award for Service to Children and Youth.
The new MBW Bakery and Cafe will offer a whole new set of opportunities for residents age 16 to 24 by offering training in cooking, baking and hospitality. When MBW first started, the program offered training in plumbing, electrical work and construction to members of the crew, but many said Thursday that the bakery will open up new opportunities.
Also check out the new Facebook page for the most current information Here's the link:
For the latest happenings at My Brother’s Workshop or to find out ways to help with this important community outreach program, go to: www.mybrothersworkshop.org
Soul Song Saturdays: The first Saturday of every month (10am-12pm) in the Music Room. For more information contact Chanelle Schaffer!
SALVATION ARMY: Food Donations and people willing to serve are still needed for Salvation Army. Thank you for supporting this vital and much needed STRC outreachprogram that has served the homeless and needy of St. Thomas since its inception in 2005.
Please contact Edye Ciaccia for information - firstname.lastname@example.org or (678) 772-5412.
Salvation Army helpers this week
Mac Davis, Linda Gidley, Tom Baily and Joe Tulis
Community Groups: If you would like to be part of one of these small groups, contact the group leader listed belo w.
Women Billie Hodges
Young Adults 20's-30's
Men Adam Flowers
Adults Steve and Robin Marsella
Familiies Daniel Yannone and Neisha Zahn. (This group is presently FULL.)
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Due to website changes with our host, our most currentl weekly sermons are available on our app only. Click on “Sermons” to listen and download sermons dated 2/28 and older. Share the gospel with a friend! (Special thanks to Phyllis Carrozza, Celestina Carey & Dave Whitter)