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Friday, April 23 9:00 AM  –    12:00 PM

Blue Hen Bounty food pantry for students

The Blue Hen Bounty is open to college students who are food insecure and cannot provide ample nutrition for themselves, please come to the student food closet Mon-Fri from 9am-1om, at St. Thomas's Parish located at 276 S. College Ave. (directly across from Student Health).

We have collected many donated food products that we will gladly share with those students in need. There are no questions or paperwork to fill out: we will provide you with whatever amount of food you are in need of.

If you have any questions or cannot make the designated time and would like to set up an appointment, please contact the church office at (302) 368-4644. Please help us spread the word!

St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Sunday, April 25 9:00 AM  –    10:30 AM

Holy Eucharist, rite II- LIVE on YouTube

Join us LIVE on YouTube:www.youtube.com/channe.....smiNg

During the COVID-19 pandemic, St. Thomas’s is alive and well. We are worshiping via live streaming on YouTube (See our YouTube Channel and hit Subscribe!). The full-text bulletins for our services can be found on our website, and by email request. We also continue to respond to the needs of the Newark community through our collaboration with the Newark Empowerment Center and others. Those who would like to support our work may do so by going to our “Giving to St Thomas’s” page. Our prayers are with all those who are ill, all who are caring for them, and all who are striving to hear the voice of God in these challenging times. May God bless you and keep you, now and always.

YouTube Channel (YouTube Channel)
Sunday, April 25 10:00 AM  –    11:00 AM

In-Person Drive/Walk-Through Communion and Prayers

ALL are Welcome! for Prayers and Communion

Drive through, walk up, skate by, ride your bike – we will read the confession, Fr Howie will offer absolution, and we will read the Lord’s Prayer (from a card to be provided), and then the Host will be offered as we do presently in church – in small plastic cups. Masks and hand sanitizer will be in use. The normal assumption will be that those coming to receive the Eucharist will have attended the 9:00 a.m. service virtually.

276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Monday, April 26 9:00 AM  –    12:00 PM

Blue Hen Bounty food pantry for students

The Blue Hen Bounty is open to college students who are food insecure and cannot provide ample nutrition for themselves, please come to the student food closet Mon-Fri from 9am-1om, at St. Thomas's Parish located at 276 S. College Ave. (directly across from Student Health).

We have collected many donated food products that we will gladly share with those students in need. There are no questions or paperwork to fill out: we will provide you with whatever amount of food you are in need of.

If you have any questions or cannot make the designated time and would like to set up an appointment, please contact the church office at (302) 368-4644. Please help us spread the word!

St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Tuesday, April 27 9:00 AM  –    12:00 PM

Blue Hen Bounty food pantry for students

The Blue Hen Bounty is open to college students who are food insecure and cannot provide ample nutrition for themselves, please come to the student food closet Mon-Fri from 9am-1om, at St. Thomas's Parish located at 276 S. College Ave. (directly across from Student Health).

We have collected many donated food products that we will gladly share with those students in need. There are no questions or paperwork to fill out: we will provide you with whatever amount of food you are in need of.

If you have any questions or cannot make the designated time and would like to set up an appointment, please contact the church office at (302) 368-4644. Please help us spread the word!

St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Tuesday, April 27 10:00 AM  –    11:00 AM

2 Saints Readers: "Holy Envy: Finding God in the faith of others" by Barbara Brown Tayor


2 Saints Readers is ready to begin a new discussion. This series, beginning next Tuesday 4/20, at 10am, will use Holy Envy: Finding God in the faith of others by Barbara Brown Taylor, to spark the discussion.
Please contact the office for your Zoom link on Tuesdays at 9:45am. ALL are Welcome to join in this dialogue.
In simple and sharp prose, Taylor (An Altar in the World), a former Episcopal priest who teaches religion at Piedmont College in Athens, Ga., explores how teaching an introductory religion course has influenced her own views on faith and Christianity. Told as a series of vignettes structured around her course tracing world religions—primarily Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism—through history, the book has an academic tone but also wonderfully imbues the mundane with meaning through descriptions of class field trips to mosques, temples, and shrines that incorporate student reports and anecdotes from class to illustrate the evolution of her students’ thinking and the changes brought by physically visiting sacred and holy places. Taylor tells her class that her real subject is “divine diversity”—the attempt to live peaceably and with convictions in a world where differing religions make wildly varying truth claims. Though the lessons and field trips touch on multiple faiths, Taylor’s meditations frequently morph into biblical exegesis as she applies the lessons of other religions to her own understanding of Christianity. For example, the openness of Buddhist monks prompts her to consider the similarities they share with Christian ascetics. For Taylor, religious strangers can be the best teachers, as they provide a new perspective on the human relationship with the divine, and, she reasons, a sophisticated theology of comparative religions should always be informed by on-the-ground research. Taylor’s fluid book, which includes a small, well-chosen bibliography, is a fine primer on interfaith studies.

zoom (zoom)
Tuesday, April 27 4:00 PM  –    6:00 PM

Troop 719

private meeting

St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Tuesday, April 27 6:00 PM  –    7:00 PM

troop 599

meets in great hall

Tuesday, April 27 6:00 PM  –    7:30 PM

troop 713

meets in undercroft- 3 rooms

Wednesday, April 28 9:00 AM  –    12:00 PM

Blue Hen Bounty food pantry for students

The Blue Hen Bounty is open to college students who are food insecure and cannot provide ample nutrition for themselves, please come to the student food closet Mon-Fri from 9am-1om, at St. Thomas's Parish located at 276 S. College Ave. (directly across from Student Health).

We have collected many donated food products that we will gladly share with those students in need. There are no questions or paperwork to fill out: we will provide you with whatever amount of food you are in need of.

If you have any questions or cannot make the designated time and would like to set up an appointment, please contact the church office at (302) 368-4644. Please help us spread the word!

St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Wednesday, April 28 12:00 PM  –    1:00 PM

A Service of Intercession with Holy Eucharist

Please join us to pray for the needs of our hearts, the parish, and the world. We are worshiping via live streaming on YouTube.

I urge you, first of all, to pray for all people.  Ask God to help them; intercede on their behalf, and give thanks for them.- 1 Timothy 2:1

St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Thursday, April 29 9:00 AM  –    12:00 PM

Blue Hen Bounty food pantry for students

The Blue Hen Bounty is open to college students who are food insecure and cannot provide ample nutrition for themselves, please come to the student food closet Mon-Fri from 9am-1om, at St. Thomas's Parish located at 276 S. College Ave. (directly across from Student Health).

We have collected many donated food products that we will gladly share with those students in need. There are no questions or paperwork to fill out: we will provide you with whatever amount of food you are in need of.

If you have any questions or cannot make the designated time and would like to set up an appointment, please contact the church office at (302) 368-4644. Please help us spread the word!

St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Friday, April 30 9:00 AM  –    12:00 PM

Blue Hen Bounty food pantry for students

The Blue Hen Bounty is open to college students who are food insecure and cannot provide ample nutrition for themselves, please come to the student food closet Mon-Fri from 9am-1om, at St. Thomas's Parish located at 276 S. College Ave. (directly across from Student Health).

We have collected many donated food products that we will gladly share with those students in need. There are no questions or paperwork to fill out: we will provide you with whatever amount of food you are in need of.

If you have any questions or cannot make the designated time and would like to set up an appointment, please contact the church office at (302) 368-4644. Please help us spread the word!

St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Sunday, May 2 9:00 AM  –    10:30 AM

Holy Eucharist, rite II- LIVE on YouTube

Join us LIVE on YouTube:www.youtube.com/channe.....smiNg

During the COVID-19 pandemic, St. Thomas’s is alive and well. We are worshiping via live streaming on YouTube (See our YouTube Channel and hit Subscribe!). The full-text bulletins for our services can be found on our website, and by email request. We also continue to respond to the needs of the Newark community through our collaboration with the Newark Empowerment Center and others. Those who would like to support our work may do so by going to our “Giving to St Thomas’s” page. Our prayers are with all those who are ill, all who are caring for them, and all who are striving to hear the voice of God in these challenging times. May God bless you and keep you, now and always.

YouTube Channel (YouTube Channel)
Sunday, May 2 10:00 AM  –    11:00 AM

In-Person Drive/Walk-Through Communion and Prayers

ALL are Welcome! for Prayers and Communion

Drive through, walk up, skate by, ride your bike – we will read the confession, Fr Howie will offer absolution, and we will read the Lord’s Prayer (from a card to be provided), and then the Host will be offered as we do presently in church – in small plastic cups. Masks and hand sanitizer will be in use. The normal assumption will be that those coming to receive the Eucharist will have attended the 9:00 a.m. service virtually.

276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Monday, May 3 9:00 AM  –    12:00 PM

Blue Hen Bounty food pantry for students

The Blue Hen Bounty is open to college students who are food insecure and cannot provide ample nutrition for themselves, please come to the student food closet Mon-Fri from 9am-1om, at St. Thomas's Parish located at 276 S. College Ave. (directly across from Student Health).

We have collected many donated food products that we will gladly share with those students in need. There are no questions or paperwork to fill out: we will provide you with whatever amount of food you are in need of.

If you have any questions or cannot make the designated time and would like to set up an appointment, please contact the church office at (302) 368-4644. Please help us spread the word!

St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Tuesday, May 4 9:00 AM  –    12:00 PM

Blue Hen Bounty food pantry for students

The Blue Hen Bounty is open to college students who are food insecure and cannot provide ample nutrition for themselves, please come to the student food closet Mon-Fri from 9am-1om, at St. Thomas's Parish located at 276 S. College Ave. (directly across from Student Health).

We have collected many donated food products that we will gladly share with those students in need. There are no questions or paperwork to fill out: we will provide you with whatever amount of food you are in need of.

If you have any questions or cannot make the designated time and would like to set up an appointment, please contact the church office at (302) 368-4644. Please help us spread the word!

St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Tuesday, May 4 10:00 AM  –    11:00 AM

2 Saints Readers: "Holy Envy: Finding God in the faith of others" by Barbara Brown Tayor


2 Saints Readers is ready to begin a new discussion. This series, beginning next Tuesday 4/20, at 10am, will use Holy Envy: Finding God in the faith of others by Barbara Brown Taylor, to spark the discussion.
Please contact the office for your Zoom link on Tuesdays at 9:45am. ALL are Welcome to join in this dialogue.
In simple and sharp prose, Taylor (An Altar in the World), a former Episcopal priest who teaches religion at Piedmont College in Athens, Ga., explores how teaching an introductory religion course has influenced her own views on faith and Christianity. Told as a series of vignettes structured around her course tracing world religions—primarily Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism—through history, the book has an academic tone but also wonderfully imbues the mundane with meaning through descriptions of class field trips to mosques, temples, and shrines that incorporate student reports and anecdotes from class to illustrate the evolution of her students’ thinking and the changes brought by physically visiting sacred and holy places. Taylor tells her class that her real subject is “divine diversity”—the attempt to live peaceably and with convictions in a world where differing religions make wildly varying truth claims. Though the lessons and field trips touch on multiple faiths, Taylor’s meditations frequently morph into biblical exegesis as she applies the lessons of other religions to her own understanding of Christianity. For example, the openness of Buddhist monks prompts her to consider the similarities they share with Christian ascetics. For Taylor, religious strangers can be the best teachers, as they provide a new perspective on the human relationship with the divine, and, she reasons, a sophisticated theology of comparative religions should always be informed by on-the-ground research. Taylor’s fluid book, which includes a small, well-chosen bibliography, is a fine primer on interfaith studies.

zoom (zoom)
Tuesday, May 4 4:00 PM  –    6:00 PM

Troop 719

private meeting

St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Tuesday, May 4 6:00 PM  –    7:00 PM

troop 599

meets in great hall

Tuesday, May 4 6:00 PM  –    7:30 PM

troop 713

meets in undercroft- 3 rooms

Wednesday, May 5 9:00 AM  –    12:00 PM

Blue Hen Bounty food pantry for students

The Blue Hen Bounty is open to college students who are food insecure and cannot provide ample nutrition for themselves, please come to the student food closet Mon-Fri from 9am-1om, at St. Thomas's Parish located at 276 S. College Ave. (directly across from Student Health).

We have collected many donated food products that we will gladly share with those students in need. There are no questions or paperwork to fill out: we will provide you with whatever amount of food you are in need of.

If you have any questions or cannot make the designated time and would like to set up an appointment, please contact the church office at (302) 368-4644. Please help us spread the word!

St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Wednesday, May 5 12:00 PM  –    1:00 PM

A Service of Intercession with Holy Eucharist

Please join us to pray for the needs of our hearts, the parish, and the world. We are worshiping via live streaming on YouTube.

I urge you, first of all, to pray for all people.  Ask God to help them; intercede on their behalf, and give thanks for them.- 1 Timothy 2:1

St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Thursday, May 6 9:00 AM  –    12:00 PM

Blue Hen Bounty food pantry for students

The Blue Hen Bounty is open to college students who are food insecure and cannot provide ample nutrition for themselves, please come to the student food closet Mon-Fri from 9am-1om, at St. Thomas's Parish located at 276 S. College Ave. (directly across from Student Health).

We have collected many donated food products that we will gladly share with those students in need. There are no questions or paperwork to fill out: we will provide you with whatever amount of food you are in need of.

If you have any questions or cannot make the designated time and would like to set up an appointment, please contact the church office at (302) 368-4644. Please help us spread the word!

St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Friday, May 7 9:00 AM  –    12:00 PM

Blue Hen Bounty food pantry for students

The Blue Hen Bounty is open to college students who are food insecure and cannot provide ample nutrition for themselves, please come to the student food closet Mon-Fri from 9am-1om, at St. Thomas's Parish located at 276 S. College Ave. (directly across from Student Health).

We have collected many donated food products that we will gladly share with those students in need. There are no questions or paperwork to fill out: we will provide you with whatever amount of food you are in need of.

If you have any questions or cannot make the designated time and would like to set up an appointment, please contact the church office at (302) 368-4644. Please help us spread the word!

St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Sunday, May 9 9:00 AM  –    10:30 AM

Holy Eucharist, rite II- LIVE on YouTube

Join us LIVE on YouTube:www.youtube.com/channe.....smiNg

During the COVID-19 pandemic, St. Thomas’s is alive and well. We are worshiping via live streaming on YouTube (See our YouTube Channel and hit Subscribe!). The full-text bulletins for our services can be found on our website, and by email request. We also continue to respond to the needs of the Newark community through our collaboration with the Newark Empowerment Center and others. Those who would like to support our work may do so by going to our “Giving to St Thomas’s” page. Our prayers are with all those who are ill, all who are caring for them, and all who are striving to hear the voice of God in these challenging times. May God bless you and keep you, now and always.

YouTube Channel (YouTube Channel)
Sunday, May 9 10:00 AM  –    11:00 AM

In-Person Drive/Walk-Through Communion and Prayers

ALL are Welcome! for Prayers and Communion

Drive through, walk up, skate by, ride your bike – we will read the confession, Fr Howie will offer absolution, and we will read the Lord’s Prayer (from a card to be provided), and then the Host will be offered as we do presently in church – in small plastic cups. Masks and hand sanitizer will be in use. The normal assumption will be that those coming to receive the Eucharist will have attended the 9:00 a.m. service virtually.

276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Monday, May 10 9:00 AM  –    12:00 PM

Blue Hen Bounty food pantry for students

The Blue Hen Bounty is open to college students who are food insecure and cannot provide ample nutrition for themselves, please come to the student food closet Mon-Fri from 9am-1om, at St. Thomas's Parish located at 276 S. College Ave. (directly across from Student Health).

We have collected many donated food products that we will gladly share with those students in need. There are no questions or paperwork to fill out: we will provide you with whatever amount of food you are in need of.

If you have any questions or cannot make the designated time and would like to set up an appointment, please contact the church office at (302) 368-4644. Please help us spread the word!

St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Tuesday, May 11 9:00 AM  –    12:00 PM

Blue Hen Bounty food pantry for students

The Blue Hen Bounty is open to college students who are food insecure and cannot provide ample nutrition for themselves, please come to the student food closet Mon-Fri from 9am-1om, at St. Thomas's Parish located at 276 S. College Ave. (directly across from Student Health).

We have collected many donated food products that we will gladly share with those students in need. There are no questions or paperwork to fill out: we will provide you with whatever amount of food you are in need of.

If you have any questions or cannot make the designated time and would like to set up an appointment, please contact the church office at (302) 368-4644. Please help us spread the word!

St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA (St Thomas's Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19711, USA)
Tuesday, May 11 10:00 AM  –    11:00 AM

2 Saints Readers: "Holy Envy: Finding God in the faith of others" by Barbara Brown Tayor


2 Saints Readers is ready to begin a new discussion. This series, beginning next Tuesday 4/20, at 10am, will use Holy Envy: Finding God in the faith of others by Barbara Brown Taylor, to spark the discussion.
Please contact the office for your Zoom link on Tuesdays at 9:45am. ALL are Welcome to join in this dialogue.
In simple and sharp prose, Taylor (An Altar in the World), a former Episcopal priest who teaches religion at Piedmont College in Athens, Ga., explores how teaching an introductory religion course has influenced her own views on faith and Christianity. Told as a series of vignettes structured around her course tracing world religions—primarily Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism—through history, the book has an academic tone but also wonderfully imbues the mundane with meaning through descriptions of class field trips to mosques, temples, and shrines that incorporate student reports and anecdotes from class to illustrate the evolution of her students’ thinking and the changes brought by physically visiting sacred and holy places. Taylor tells her class that her real subject is “divine diversity”—the attempt to live peaceably and with convictions in a world where differing religions make wildly varying truth claims. Though the lessons and field trips touch on multiple faiths, Taylor’s meditations frequently morph into biblical exegesis as she applies the lessons of other religions to her own understanding of Christianity. For example, the openness of Buddhist monks prompts her to consider the similarities they share with Christian ascetics. For Taylor, religious strangers can be the best teachers, as they provide a new perspective on the human relationship with the divine, and, she reasons, a sophisticated theology of comparative religions should always be informed by on-the-ground research. Taylor’s fluid book, which includes a small, well-chosen bibliography, is a fine primer on interfaith studies.

zoom (zoom)