176th Annual Meeting – Sunday, March 11, 2018

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The Wardens and Vestry of St. Thomas’s Parish have set aside the fourth Sunday in Lent, March 11, 2018, for the 176th Annual Meeting of St. Thomas’s Parish. This important gathering gives opportunity to gather as a community of faith, to hear reports of our ministry activities over the year past and plans for the year ahead, and to elect four [4] people to three-year terms as servant leaders of our parish. Nomination forms and the requirements for being a Vestry candidate are now on the nametag table. Vestry nominations are due on Sunday, February 11. For the Annual Meeting, we will gather at 12:00 p.m. in the Great Hall, beginning with time of fellowship and a light lunch. The meeting will begin at 12:30 p.m. We are offering activities for our children so that parents may participate fully in the life and ministry of our parish. More information will be forthcoming in February and March, and weekly in the Carpenter‘s Helper. We will offer the Annual Report electronically at least one week before the Annual Meeting.

175 Annual Meeting – need volunteers

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Dear St Thomas’s Family,

On Sunday March 12, 2017, St. Thomas’s is hosting the 175 Annual Meeting right after the 10:30 a.m. service. We are asking for your assistance in contributing food for the luncheon (sandwiches and other finger foods) and, of course, volunteers to help set-up. There are sign-up sheets posted. If you have any questions, please contact me or any Vestry member.

Thank you,

Oneta Applewhaite
Hospitality Ministry

175th Annual Meeting

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The Wardens and Vestry of St. Thomas’s Parish have set aside the second Sunday in Lent, March 12, 2017 for the 175th Annual Meeting of St. Thomas’s Parish. This important gathering gives opportunity to gather as a community of faith, to hear reports of our ministry activities over the year past and plans for the year ahead, and to elect four [4] people to three year terms as servant leaders of our parish. We will also be affirming/electing delegates to represent St. Thomas’s at the Special Convention for the election of the 11th Bishop of Delaware scheduled for July 15, 2017. The current delegates to the Diocesan Convention are willing to serve – Jordan Kinsey and Marilyn Prime, Mariah Payne as our under 30 year old delegate, and Devon Miller Duggan as alternate. Nominations will also be included from the parish if you feel called to serve in this important event of our common life. Nomination forms and the requirements of being a Vestry candidate are now on the nametag table. For the Annual Meeting we will gather at 12:00 p.m. in the Great Hall, beginning with time of fellowship and a light lunch with refreshments. The meeting will begin at 12:30 p.m. We are offering activities for our children so that parents may participate fully in the life and ministry of our parish. More information will be forthcoming in February and March, and weekly in the Carpenter‘s Helper. We will again offer the Annual Report electronically at least one week before the Annual Meeting.

The 174th Annual Meeting of St. Thomas’s Parish

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The 174th Annual Meeting of St. Thomas’s Parish

The Wardens and Vestry of St. Thomas’s Parish have set aside The Fourth Sunday in Lent, March 6, 2016 for the 174th Annual Meeting of St. Thomas’s Parish. This important gathering gives opportunity to gather as a community of faith, to hear reports of our ministry activities over the year past and plans for the year ahead, and to elect four [4] people to three year terms as servant leaders of our parish. We will gather at 12:00 p.m. in the Great Hall, beginning with time of fellowship and a light lunch with refreshments. The meeting will begin at 12:30 p.m. We are offering activities for our children so that parents may participate fully in the life and ministry of our parish. Off going Vestry leaders Tim Casey and D. J. Ferguson will be calling up possible candidates to stand for Vestry election to the Class of 2019. If you are interested in serving your parish in this servant leadership role, please contact Tim and/or D. J. We will again send the Annual Report electronically at least one week before the Annual Meeting. We hope this will provide this report of our mission and ministry over 2015 to those who wish to have it, and reduce the amount of paper copies produced and then left behind.

This is the FIRST notification.

The 175th Annual Meeting of St. Thomas’s Parish

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The Wardens and Vestry of St. Thomas’s Parish have set aside The Second Sunday in Lent, March 12, 2017 for the 175th Annual Meeting of St. Thomas’s Parish. This important gathering gives opportunity to gather as a community of faith, to hear reports of our ministry activities over the year past and plans for the year ahead, and to elect four [4] people to three year terms as servant leaders of our parish.

We will also be affirming/electing delegates to represent St. Thomas’s at the Special Convention for the election of the 11th Bishop of Delaware scheduled for July 15, 2017. The current delegates to the Diocesan Convention are willing to serve – Jordan Kinsey and Marilyn Prime, Mariah Payne as our under 30 year old delegate, and Devon Miller Duggan as alternate. Nominations will also be included from the parish if you feel called to serve in this important event of our common life. Details for nomination [by other or self] will be forthcoming in future mailings.

We will gather at 12:00 p.m. in the Great Hall, beginning with time of fellowship and a light lunch with refreshments. The meeting will begin at 12:30 p.m. We are offering activities for our children so that parents may participate fully in the life and ministry of our parish.

More information will be forthcoming in The Carpenter in February and March, and weekly in the Carpenter‘s Helper announcements beginning in February. We will again offer the Annual Report electronically at least one week before the Annual Meeting. We hope this will provide this report of our mission and ministry over 2016 to those who wish to have it, and reduce the amount of paper copies produced and then left behind.

I pray you plan to join YOUR FAMILY of faith as we continue to grow in God’s grace and serving as the disciples of our Lord Christ in our days! Fr. Paul+