Spaces for Prayer & Meditation
The outdoor labyrinth is located in the natural area on the left side of the drive at 2100 Hilton Avenue that leads into the church. The area is within a residential neighborhood. The labyrinth is wheelchair accessible with a paved path to the site. In the natural area closer to the church is a Peace and Pet Memorial Garden that you may also visit.
A waterproof box is located ne…Read More »
The stained glass windows in the nave of St. Thomas depict major scenes from The Old and New Testaments. There are six main window panels, three on each side of the nave, with each panel depicting five different biblical scenes.
The Nave or Sanctuary is our setting for worship but is also a beautiful place to pray and find reminders of the story of God's love for you. The words over the altar, Dominus Meus Et Deus Meus, are Latin for My Lord and My God which was a response attributed to Thomas, the doubting, disciple. The needlepoint in the sanctuary is by Margaret Baird, a beloved founder of the parish…Read More »