You won't find many better parish videos than this history of St. Thomas' Church, Dupont Circle in Washington, D. C.
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As the Senior Warden of St. Thomas' Parish, I feel it is my responsibility to express my appreciation to Episcopal Cafe for posting this amazing work by the talented people of our parish. St. Thomas' Parish was blazing trails long before I got there in 1993, but in the very short 16 years I've been honored and enriched to be at St. Thomas', I have never been more excited about the future our Parish and the gifts and talents of all those who are making our building effort historic. The fact of the matter is, you only build a church building once every 100 to 150 years.
We are building boldly in both mission and brick and mortar. Grow With Us!
Here is a link to one of my most vulnerable moments as an Episcopalian. I invite all of my friends in the Episcopal Church to help us financially and by spreading the word!
May 25, 2010 11:56 PM
One little correction: It's John Johnson, not John Carter, who wrote the above comment.
Now to the main comment:
I've been a member at St. Thomas' for about 2 1/2 years now, and let me say that this is an amazing community centered on Christ and transforming power of life in Christ. One thing that attracted me was the desire to grow that I found there, something all too often lacking in Episcopal parishes.
Kevin Montgomery |
May 31, 2010 11:04 AM
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