Welcome to St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church

fall morningCome worship, celebrate, and share with us. Families, couples, or singles, we welcome you to our community of faith. Our life in the spirit is one in which we all seek to discern God’s will for us and for others. It is in the power of a group that “when two or more are gathered together in my name”, the holiness of the Lord may be felt. We invite you to share that power with us. Whether in school, at college, working, or retired, familiar with the Episcopal church or not, we open our doors to you, as we celebrate the Eucharist and share our services and common life together. Find out more about St. Thomas’

Noon Music in Lent

St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church is delighted to announce its tenth annual Friday Noon Music in Lent series, an offering of one-half hour of music in its landmark church, followed by a free lunch of homemade soup, bread and fruit and fellowship in the Parish Hall. The series’ musicians donate their time and talent. A free-will offering is taken which will be donated to a local charity. Each program opens with a short noonday prayer.

This year’s performers and dates are as follows:

March 3 Matthew Mainster, organ
March 10 Kathryn DerMarderosian, voice
March 17 Millie Crocker & Sarah Akin, harps
March 24 Suzanne Scott and Jane Schroeder, organ and piano
March 31 Howard Walen, organ
April 7 Douglas Beck, organ

We offer several opportunities for worship.

7:30 am: Holy Eucharist, Rite I
9:30 am: Holy Eucharist with choir, Rite II
Nursery and child care available
Coffee Hour follows
5:00 pm: Centering Prayer meeting

9:30 am: Holy Eucharist and Healing Service
Coffee Hour and Bible Study follows

View a panoramic view of our church
View a panoramic view of our chapel

Our needlepoint kneelers are locally famous and are the subject of a book. Read more.

St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church
33 Chestnut Street
PO Box 631
Camden, Maine 04843
(207) 236-3680