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St. Thomas Episcopal Church

Episcopal Church
901 Park Street
Ennis, TX 75119

St. Thomas Episcopal Church is a small church located in Ennis, TX. Our church is associated with the Episcopal Church (TEC).
 

What to Expect at St. Thomas Episcopal Church

Leader:

Father Charlie Keen

Service Times:

Sunday 10:00am

Service Details

  • Informal or casual attire most common
  • Traditional worship style
  • Printed worship bulletin
  • Communion
  • Congregational readings
  • Altar call or invitation
  • Location: Ellis County
  • Parking: Private lot
  • Wheelchair accessible: Yes
  • Saturday evening service: No
  • Multi-site church: No
  • Primary language used: English

Ministries and Programs

  • Children's ministry
  • Weekly small groups
  • Missions
  • Men/women's ministry
  • Community service
  • Senior adult ministry
  • Prison ministry
  • Weddings/receptions
  • Funerals

Additional Info About Our Church

St. Thomas' Episcopal Mission was organized in 1875. The earliest meetings of the congregation were held in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, where Bishop Alexander Garrett made monthly visitations and ministered. The first minister was the Rev. Voss. The congregation in 1886 lost all of its furniture, church records, etc., by the burning of the building used for church and Sunday school purposes. The congregation then occupied a neat and tasteful chapel, and held services once a month, while Captain T. B. Easton, lay reader, held lay services every Sunday. (The church was built in 1888 and was located on the corner of Knox and McKinney Streets, across from the current Post Office. The building was destroyed sometime between 1915 and 1920 by a storm. (A Memorial and Biographical History of Ellis County, Texas. Published Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1892.) The current church building was constructed about 1930 on the corner of Sherman and Tyler Streets. The building was moved to its present location, 901 Park Street, in December 1987.

Mission:

"To seek Christ in all persons"

Vision:

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