Listing of our Ministries here at St. Thomas
Alcoholics Anonymous has regular meetings at St. Thomas. For the latest schedule, or any other questions please contact group coordinator, Karen Mitchell at (210) 452-0719, or check out the website here or in San Antonio for further contact information.
AA – Meeting Times:
- Sunday 5:30 pm – Literature
- Sunday 8:00 pm – Men’s Discussion
- Monday 7:00 pm – Newcomer’s Meeting
- Monday 8:15 pm – Spanish Discussion
- Tuesday 6:30 pm – Literature – Daily Reflections
- Tuesday 8:00 pm – Discussion Meeting
- Wednesday 7:00 pm – Speakers Meeting
- Thursday 6:30 pm – Spanish Discussion
- Thursday 8:00 pm – Step Study
- Friday 7:00 pm – Big Book Meeting
- Saturday 8:00 am – As Bill Sees It
- Saturday 5:30 pm – Literature
The Book Club meets the 1st Tuesday of the month at 10:00 am in the Church library. The group selects the novels for review with the member who suggested the novel leading the discussion.
Book Club Selections for 2016
ST. THOMAS BOOK CLUB SELECTIONS 2017
Dec. “Boys in the Boat” by Daniel James Brown
Jan. “The Ship of Brides ” by JoJo Moyes
Feb. “Hillbilly Elegy ” by J.D. Vance
March “The Bishop’s Wife” by Mette Ivie Harrison
April “The Train to Crystal City” by Jan Jarboe Russell
May “Song Without Words ” by Gerald Shea
June “Bel Canto” by Ann Patchett
July “When Breath Becomes Air” by Paul Kalanithi
Aug. “The Storied Life of A. J. Fikry by Gabrille Zevin
Sept. “Bruno, Chief of Police” by Martin Walker
Oct. “A Man Called Ove” by Fredrick Backman
Nov. Book Club picks their book selections for 2018
Daughters of the King (DOK)
The Epiphany Chapter of the Daughters of the King is in their 19th year of prayer and service to the Rector and St. Thomas Episcopal Church.
Jr. Daughters of the King
The Junior Daughters are a group of about 15 girls who have pledged to pray and serve God daily. Jr. Daughters meet the second Sunday of the month in the Christian Ed room.
Men’s Meat Burning
The Men’s Meat Burning is a social gathering of church men on the third Thursday of each month except December. Men bring their own “meat” to cook at the home of the host for the month. The host provides sides and dessert.
Threads of Love
Threads of Love is a group which sews and knits blankets for premature babies.
A little about our mission: we serve the people in our extended community. Once a month members serve dinner at Haven for Hope. Additionally, Outreach builds Habitat houses along with other churches, partners with other area churches to provide household items and clothing for needy families, provide funds for children at St. Jude’s Ranch to attend Camp Capers, etc. The committee usually meets on the first Tuesday of the month.
Global Mission Committee
The Global Mission Committee pursues outreach opportunities beyond the realm of St. Thomas Outreach Committee and primarily in other countries.