When we use the word worship, we must make a broad stroke with our definition. It must include corporate settings as well as personal one-on-one time with Jesus. It includes singing praises and being quiet. It includes prayer, reading, serving, preaching and evangelism. Worship takes place on Sunday, but it also takes place every other day of the week.  In fact, corporate worship should be a reflection of the worship we experienced the previous six days, as well as the springboard for our worship in the week to come.

We believe that glorifying God through worship is one of the essential elements of a Christian life. St Thomas’ offers a variety of worship experiences to help you give glory to God’s presence in your life.