St. Thomas' current worship space is the third in our 289 year history. It was designed by Richard Upjohn and completed in 1859. Our church is as solid as its walls, and then some. God is praised in our architecture, windows, music and more.
Our Stained Glass
Our windows encompass four different time periods or style of glass making. Above, God the Father watches over us as we enter the main door.
The style of our church is Neo-Gothic and was built during the Neo-Gothic Revival in the 1850s and 1860s. High vaulted ceilings and arches are normative for this style and represent the grandeur and heights of God.
Lent and Joy
Saturdays from 9 to 10 AM – Coram Lounge
March 9th thru March 23rd
March 9, 2019: Savoring Scripture and Centering- Prayer Meditation
March 16, 2019: Meditation and Loving Kindness Practice
March 23, 2019: Forest Bathing: A Walking Meditation.
Meet 9 AM in parking lot of the Boyden Wildlife Sanctuary,
1298 Cohannet Street, Taunton.
If messy walking weather, meet at the Episcopal Church of St. Thomas, Parish Hall Building
Ethel Fraga serves as Spiritual Director, Centering Prayer Presenter, and Mindfulness Instructor.
The Episcopal Church of St. Thomas strives to live by the message of Christ. We are a sacramental and prayerful church, and thoughtful in the consideration of all ideas. We strive to provide a supportive, active and welcoming community in service to the city of Taunton, surrounding communities, and one another.