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Reverend Jim Miorelli

Rev. Jim Miorelli, from St. Paul’s in Mt. Lebanon, began serving as Priest-in-Charge at St. Thomas after his ordination in May of 2024.  He had served as Deacon and Pastor-in-Charge for the prior year.  Jim lives in Collier Twp. with his wife, Karen, and adult son, Michael. 

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After nearly 8 years of serving St. Thomas as the Priest-in-Charge, Canon Cathy Brall has retired.

She plans to work on the many delayed maintenance issues of her home and to travel, visiting family and friends around the country.

We all wish Canon Cathy a wonderful retirement. She will be missed dearly by her flock. 
 

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SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE at ST. THOMAS

We welcome you to join us in person on Sunday mornings in our sanctuary at 10:00a.m.

REMEMBER! Our services will also be STREAMED LIVE each SUNDAY at 10:00am:  www.facebook.com/stthomascanonsburg

COMPLINE SERVICES ON ZOOM THURSDAY  EVENINGS AT 8:30PM

Sharing Compline weekly is a meaningful way for people to gather for worship Thursday evenings as check in for a few minutes with others to share our joys and concerns.

 

Compline is the last prayer service of each day – a brief time (about 10 minutes) to gather to “say goodnight” to God and one another.

 

The Compline Service is found in the Book of Common Prayer (p. 127-135) and appears on the screen for those who log into Zoom on a computer, iPad, or other device.

ZOOM INSTRUCTIONS

Download the Zoom Meeting or Zoom Cloud program on your computer, iPad, or phone.

  1. A few minutes before Zoom event is to begin, access the meeting via this Zoom link: zoom.us/j/4125317153, or with this Meeting ID: 412 531 7153.

ST. THOMAS
BLESSING BOX

Please, “take what you need, give what you can”.

 

The Blessing Box offers non-perishable dry goods for households in need of immediate food relief.

The location has been stocked with cereal, pasta, sauce, ramen noodles and other non-perishable goods by members of St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church. Neighbors are welcome to “take what you need” or “give what you can” to help others.

The Blessing Box is part of the Canonsburg church’s mission to: welcome all with open arms in the name of God. 

If you would like to contribute, St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church welcomes donations of unexpired, shelf-stable food items in boxes, pouches, plastic, or cans. No glass items are accepted.

WELCOMING YOU HOME

No matter where you come from or where you're going

No matter what you believe or what you doubt

No matter what you feel or just don't feel today

No matter whom you love

You are welcome into this space to be met by God

Who knows you by name, who knows your heart

who knows your mind, and...

Who wants to have a relationship with you

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OUR STORIED HISTORY

St. Thomas' Episcopal Church has been a proud member of the Canonsburg community for over 150 years.  Read more about our history of service.

THE MISSION OF ST. THOMAS

In the name of God, we welcome all with open arms.  Through prayer, fellowship, education and service, we support each other's journey with Christ, in a spirit of joy and laughter.

SERVICES

In addition to our Sunday morning services, we have special Easter and Holy Week services as well as a beautiful festive Christmas Eve service.

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