St. Thomas of Canterbury Church
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November 2, 2015
Dear Parishioners and Friends,
A recent uptick in Sunday attendance has encouraged us to arrange for Holy Communion to be celebrated every Sunday through Christmas, Father Jim Hurd, celebrant.

Our Christmas Eve celebration will begin at 7:30 in the evening with Lessons and Carols, followed by Holy Communion at 8:00.

Fellow parishioner Chuck Robie Booth, himself a fine singer and musician, is organizing a choir to help us glorify Our Lord’s birth.

If you like to sing or know someone who does, please contact Chuck at 428-7618.
David Bullard
St. Thomas of Canterbury Anglican Church

 St. Thomas of Canterbury

Our little church, St. Thomas of Canterbury in Halfmoon, sees modern life as fragmented, in a hurry and harried. The individual man, woman and child is caught up in relentless frenzies and is ultimately alone. We strive for a community where each member is an integral part of a deep and vibrant life together where love for each other reflects God's love for each of us. God's mission of reconciling all creation is centered on calling and gathering a people who will bear witness in their life together this work of God in Christ. In good time the intimacy of our lives together will ripple out from our altar forming personal examples of what a Christian really is.

Our faith is simple. Our prayer life is rich. Our songs honor Christ not "I". We discover meaning in our lives by knowing the season's of Christ life. His Passion is our passion.

We do our utmost to reconnect with that which is truly important. We harken back to a simpler, more rooted existence by promoting the blessings of quiet time, fellowship and sharing. We treasure the stability of place, family and enduring friendship. We see ourselves as caretakers of His creation. These are not radical ideas. They are Christian ones. To us hospitality, gracious liturgy, hymn singing, quiet prayer and works of mercy are ideals. We come together to do something of importance in our lives, to be thankful and to love each other as God loves each of us.


Regular Sunday Services

Holy Communion     10 am

Father James Hurd

Please join us for coffee hour after services

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STOC became a parish of the ACA by acclamation at the recent 2015 synod at St. Joseph's in Brooklyn.

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Picnic Beneath Wisteria Arbor
Picnic Beneath Wisteria Arbor

Ben Ross, Art LeBlanc and Dave Bullard Watching Ball at Annual Croquet Game
Ben Ross, Art LeBlanc and Dave Bullard Watching Ball at Annual Croquet Game

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242 Grooms Road
Exit 8A of the North-Way near Route 9 Intersection
P. O. Box 5014
Clifton Park, New York 12065
(518) 348-0842