St. Thomas is a gathering of followers of Jesus worshipping God in the Anglican tradition.
With other mainline trinitarian Christians, we believe in that God became human in Jesus of Nazareth. He embodied the love of God made practical in grace, healing, mercy, and justice. He was crucified and died, then rose from the dead and ascended into heaven, breaking the power of death over all creation and freeing us to enter relationship with God.
God is alive, present and active today in the person of the Holy Spirit. Someday, Jesus will restore all things to God; for now, we strive to live according to God's kingdom in all that we do.
In the Anglican church, one of the best ways to discover what we believe is to experience how we pray.