200 Main St,
Thomaston, Maine 04861
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We need to save our front stain glass windows which are sagging and cracking, as well as put a new roof on the church and restore the bell tower base.
We are looking to raise at least $100,000 to cover the cost of these projectst
The windows are out in the front of the church and will be sent to Minnesota to be rebuilt, then returned in about a year. Next year we will be putting a new roof on the church.
You can make donations through paypal on this website, and let us know it is for the capital campaign. Or you can write a check, or make a pledge.
It is time to bring in items for the fair, they can be placed in the Undercroft. Also, Jewelry items, ties, scarfs, hats, etc can be brought in as well. Baked goods should be brought in the week of the fair.
we will have a luncheon of soups and breads.
this picture of it does not do this picture justice, the reflections and light diminish its beauty. The red hat stands out more.
The top bid as of Monday morning, Nov. 10 is $2,500.
The Episcopal Church of St. John Baptist will host a community Messiah Sing in Watts Hall,Thomaston, at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, December 12.
The event is directed by Anthony Antolini, artistic director of Down East Singers. Members of Mozart Mentors Orchestra and keyboard player Sean Fleming will provide accompaniment.
All area choristers interested in singing the Christmas portion and the Hallelujah Chorus of G.F. Handel's 1741 Messiah are invited to participate. Singers will be seated in sections by voice part. Singers should bring their own scores.
Soloists include soprano Erin Chenard, contralto Jazmin DeRice, tenor David Myers-Wakeman and bass John David Adams.
Non-singers are welcome to listen if seating is available. The event is free; donations are welcome.
Watts Hall is at 174 Main Street at the intersection of Knox Street. Parking is available on Main and Knox streets and behind the Business Block. The auditorium is accessible by elevator for those who have difficulties with stairs.
For more information, call 207-354-8734.
David Myers-Wakeman, tenor
Jazmin DeRice, contralto
Erin Chenard, soprano
John David Adams, bass
We are a part of the mission of God's love in our area. We welcome your support in our efforts at opening doors of God's grace for others in our community. Thank you and blessings for you and all whom you love.
200 Main St., Thomaston, Maine 04861 Email us phone 207-354-8734 Sunday Services at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.
We are not a liberal, nor a conservative church. We are a church for all who seek God. We do not endorse any political party nor candidate, but seek to gather together from whatever, or wherever we are in our journey of faith.
We are a Christian Church founded on the love of Jesus.
The mission of the Episcopal Church is to love the Lord our God with all our heart, all our mind, all our soul and all our strength; and our neighbor as ourselves. What we do and who we are begins in prayer and in relationship to God. From there our actions may lead us in a wide range of ministries and activities.
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