• New COVID guidlines from Bishop Perry

    In collaboration with the Dioceses of Eastern and Western Michigan, the Diocese of Michigan will institute the following temporary COVID19 directives, effective Sunday, January 16, 2022, the Second Sunday after Epiphany:

    • Masks are required to be worn (covering mouth and nose) for all indoor gatherings. This includes all instances where there is more than one person in a room at a time: worship, vestry and annual meetings, formation classes, office spaces, community groups, etc. 

    For worship, the preacher only may remove their mask while delivering the sermon. This exception does not extend to readers or other members of the altar party.


    • Coffee hour and any gatherings with food or drinks are now prohibited. 
  • Annual Meeting January 30, 2022

    The annual meeting will follow the 10:00 `service.

  • Opportunities

    • There are seats open for the Bishop's Committee.  If you would like to serve, please let Peter Boylan know by January 22nd.
    • We still need volunteers to help out in the office until we are able to hire an administrative assistant
  • Annual Reports

    The Bishop's Committee would like to request that all groups submit their annual report to the office by Friday 1/7

  • Intrerim Priest!

    We are very pleased to announce that St. Thomas has a new, interim priest, the Reverend
    Maryjane Peck. Rev. Pecks work in the ministry has specialized in working with churches in
    transition, such as St. Thomas. She most recently served as the Interim Minister at St. Clare Of
    Assisi in Ann Arbor.

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Contact Information  
St. Thomas Episcopal Church
2441 Nichols
Trenton, Michigan 48183
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Phone (734)676-3122
Fax (734) 676-2421
Regular Schedule  

Office Hours

  • Monday & Friday, 9am-1pm
    Tuesday & Thursday, 9:00am-2:00pm
    Closed Wednesday


  • Holy Eucherist in the Chapel
    – 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM
  • Holy Eucherist in the Main Church
    – 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
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