|Upcoming Events at
St. Thomas' Church
For more information on any of our events, contact the St. Thomas parish office at 776-4503.
HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE
March 24 Palm Sunday
7:45 and 11:00 services as usual (no church school or adult study group)
March 28 Maundy Thursday
7:00pm - Liturgy at Good Shepherd with Seder Meal (reservations encouraged)
Both churches open 9pm-Midnight for vigil
March 29 Good Friday
12:00 Noon - Community Stations of the Cross in Pulteney Square, Bath.
If inclement weather, inside the Presbyterian Church. Join other Christians from the Bath area mainline churches
and experience Jesus’ walk to Calvary in a very relevant way.
7:00pm - Solemn Good Friday Liturgy at St. Thomas with choir. Hearing the account of Jesus’ passion, praying
before the cross in recognition of the incredible grace of God’s love for us. The church is then locked and not
entered again until the Vigil.
March 30 Great Vigil of Easter
8:00pm, St. Thomas
March 31 EASTER SUNDAY
9:00am - Good Shepherd
11:00am - St. Thomas (BRING A BELL!) (no early service, church school or adult study group)
Easter egg hunt follows each service.
To save on postage, Easter envelopes will be available in church.
Bath Area Churches United Against Hunger
9th Annual Progressive Dinner
A Delicious Lasagna Feast
Saturday, April 13th, 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Appetizers at St. Thomas Episcopal Church 4:30 pm – 5:15 pm
Salad and Main Course at St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church, 36 East Morris Street 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Dessert at First Presbyterian Church of Bath, 6 East Morris Street 5:45 pm – 7:00 pm
To Benefit Turning Point Food Pantry
Advance Sale Tickets Available until April 5th
$7.00 (ages 5 -12) and Seniors; Under 5 - free
$30.00 for the entire family
You may purchase your tickets from Barb Fowler or our Church Office or at the door.
We are in need of volunteers and donors; speak with Barb.
Below are some pictures of our first-prize-winning float in the 2009 Dairy Festival Parade. The background was
constructed by Ken Corey, friend of the parish, and painted by students in Dan Roemmelt's sr. high art class at
Haverling High School in Bath. We had a great time riding on it and waving to onlookers.