Welcome to St. Thomas'

2720 Slaterville Road, Slaterville Springs, NY


Sunday, August 1
10th Sunday after Pentecost

8:15 AM
Simple Morning Prayer:
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10:00am
Eucharist in church. We ask that everyone attending wear masks.

                
Tuesdays, 9:00 am:
 Centering Prayer: a method of meditation, or contemplative prayer, that reaches back to the early days of Christianity.
Meeting place varies. If you are interested, email Susan Larkin: spclarkin@icloud.com

Wednesdays, 3:00 pm:
Evening Prayer
Meets via Zoom

St. Thomas is an historic Episcopal church located at Slaterville Springs, New York, about 8 miles from Ithaca on Rt. 79 E. The building was raised in 1893 and is a diminutive rural example of the High Victorian Gothic style executed in wood. The main body of the church is a regular rectangle dominated by a steeply pitched gable roof. The church features a square steeple and open belfry

The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995.



I need a place of serene calm...

a place where I can sit and be with God,

a place where there is no judgment of who I am or where I’ve been,

a place where I can shed tears and people understand,

a place of peace and joy,

a place of friendship,

a place where my questions are heard,
a place that provides light for my spiritual journey,
a place where I learn to reflect Jesus’ message
       of love in my daily life,
a place of community service...  

St. Thomas’ is that place.                                                              EPY