Our Worship


Worship is the center of our life as a community. It is a time when we can take a break from our busy lives and enjoy a moment of peace, healing, and renewal. As we give thanks for God’s blessings, we share Christ’s love, which becomes a source of comfort and gives us strength.


Our community encompasses old and new friends to include all people the love of Jesus Christ. We are always ready to welcome newcomers.


Every Sunday at 10 AM, St. Thomas holds hybrid services: in-person worship in the sanctuary along with a simultaneous, fully interactive Zoom transmission. Our worship is usually Holy Eucharist and sometimes Morning Prayer; both are Rite Two (with contemporary language).


When we gather as a community, we hear God’s word, offer our voices to God in song, and share our concerns to God in prayer. Each week, we are drawn closer to one another in fellowship through the power of the Holy Spirit.




Our children’s Christian Education program has many different components. Find out more in the children or youth sections of our website.


Worship Leaders

Many members of the St. Thomas community actively participate in services every week. Our worship is only possible through the contributions of individuals through a variety of ministries. If you are interested in more information about any of these ministries, contact parishadmin@stthomasmclean.org.




Children and youth ages 7 and up, as well as adults, serve as acolytes. They assist the priest during worship. Contact Rev. Will Drosos for more information.


Our choir is always eager to welcome new singers who want to lift up their voices to God. The choir sings from Labor Day through early June. Contact our choir director, Dr. Lori Lind, for more information.

Altar Guild

The Altar Guild arranges the Eucharistic elements (bread, wine, and communion vessels) and cares for the linens and vessels used at the altar.


Lectors read the scripture lessons and prayers of the people during the service. Anyone is welcome to read, regardless of age or experience.  


Ushers provide a warm welcome to parishioners, newcomers, and guests each Sunday. They are responsible for the flow of the service, working in harmony with the clergy to ensure a smooth service from start to finish. Ushering is a great ministry for solo parishioners, families with young children, and couples.

Lay Eucharistic Ministers

Lay Eucharistic Ministers (LEMS) assist with the distribution of Holy Communion during worship and bring communion to those who are home bound. LEMs require a license from the Bishop and serve by invitation.

Flower Guild

Members of the flower guild arrange flowers to grace the altar and narthex. They offer periodic workshops on flower arranging.

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