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Monday, September 01, 2014
Welcome to St. Thomas of Canterbury!
Our Mission Statement

Welcome to St. Thomas of Canterbury!  We are a reconciling community of Christians who are nurtured at the Lord's Table, grounded in the truths of Scripture and the traditions of the Church, and sustained through prayer. We are called by God and empowered by the Holy Spirit to:


     Celebrate the joy of God's presence

Feed the hungry, heal the wounded, and welcome the stranger

Cherish diversity while affirming our unity as one family in Christ 

Maintain an active ministry to the University of New Mexico
 and Central New Mexico Community College

Honor God
in all Creation


     If you are looking for a church home, we would love to welcome you to join us!
Schedule of Services
Sundays
8 am Liturgy & Eucharist
10 am Liturgy & Eucharist with Music

First Saturdays
5 pm English and Spanish Eucharist on the first Saturday of each month

Campus Ministry
12:05 pm Wednesday (Year round)
Lectionary Scripture Study and Holy Eucharist
Lunch served on 1st Wednesday of the month

St. Thomas of Canterbury Episcopal Church
425 University Boulevard NE
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87106

(505) 247- 2515

 
Who We Are

He said to them... "Come and see." (John, 1:39)

We are:

Open. Our decision-making criteria are three: scripture, tradition, and reason. Thinking is encouraged in this congregation.


Diverse. We are people of various lifestyles, sexual orientations, ethnicities, abilities, disabilities, and ages. Our pastor is a woman, who has directed St. Thomas for 15 years. We are part of the Episcopal Church USA, but  many of us are of other persuasions and denominations. 

Worshipful. About 85 of us gather at two Sunday services: 8:00 a.m. is a said service, while 10:00 a.m. has hymns and other music, as well as Sunday School and a nursery. You are welcome at all services.

Communitarian. We are a green church working toward reduction of global warming and have foreign service activities in Nigeria, Kenya, and the Philippines. Once each quarter we prepare breakfast for the people at St. Martin's Hospitality Center, a day center for the homeless which we founded 20 years ago.

Enduring. St. Thomas has been in its current location since 1963, originally to serve the University of New Mexico, but now with a very widespread congregation.  Our buildings have been completely refurbished, and a new organ is being built.

 

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