Click here to find the latest news from the NJ Synod (ELCA) and St. Thomas Lutheran Church regarding COVID-19, worship services, and events.
In lieu of Governor Murphy’s latest announcement on in-person worship, find here the reopening plan for St. Thomas Lutheran Church as decided by its governing council.
Find here the worship bulletin for this weekend’s (October 24th and October 25th) services.
On Sunday, November 1st, the church will celebrate All Saints’ Sunday. On this day in the church year, we celebrate all the baptized people of God, living and dead, who make up the body of Christ. We would like to remember all the saints who have died since last All Saints Sunday. We will also remember all the newly baptized. If you would like to send a photo of a family member who has died since last All Saints Day, please send a JPEG file to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 25th with the person’s name and how they are related to you.
On Wednesday, November 18th, there will be another Blood Drive at St. Thomas Lutheran Church. By using this link, you can schedule your own appointment.
St. Thomas Lutheran Church’s Food Pantry is open (by appointment only) for curbside pickup.
Please try to stay current with your offerings. There is a PayPal feature on this website. Go to “ministries,” then “stewardship.” The PayPal icon is at the bottom of the page.
Also, you can choose to have your offering electronically deducted by filling out this “Simply Giving” form and mailing it to St. Thomas Lutheran Church, 135 Salmon St., Brick, NJ 08723.