St. Thomas Dinner Club

Join fellow parishioners and friends Thursday, October 18 at the Terrace Park Country Club for our monthly St. Thomas Dinner Club get together.  Activities begin at 6:00 p.m. with dinner at 6:30.  Entree choice of salmon or glazed ham steak. Cost $23.50.  Please mail your check to Penny Chapman for your reservation.  Call Penny if you have questions (248-2485).

3rd Annual STOMP OUR HUNGER 5K

Come romp and stomp with IPM and Armstrong Chapel’s Vertical Impact Student Ministries on Saturday, September 22, 2012.

Join the fun and walk or run through the beautiful tree lined streets in Indian Hill at the Third Annual Stomp Out Hunger 5K Run and Walk. This year?s race is co-chaired by Vertical Impact (VI) Youth Members McKinnon Pennell and Courtney Johnson. The race is planned and lead by these student leaders along with members of the VI group.
The race begins and ends at Armstrong Chapel on Drake Road. Registration begins at 8 a.m. The Race starts at 9 a.m. sharp!

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St. Thomas Supper Club in September

The St. Thomas Supper Club invites everyone to join us Thursday, Sept. 20 for our monthly social hour and dinner at the Terrace Park Country Club.  Activities begin at 6:00 with dinner at 6:30.  Entre’ choice of salmon or roast chicken breast.  Cost $23.50.  Make reservations by mailing check to Penny Chapman, 231 Miami Lakes Dr., Milford, 45150.  For further information call Penny at 248-2485.

BikeFest Update

Pedal Good News! ECSF will be putting in the BikeFest t-shirt order Aug. 6, so sign up this week at http://www.ECSFsouthernohio.org if you’re planning to join one of the three rides Aug. 17-18.  This guarantees you a BikeFest shirt to share your love of God and neighbor. The funds you raise by riding yourself or sponsoring a friend go into ECSF grants for vital programs like IHN, IPM, MEAC, and CAIN.  You’ll equip grandmas raising grandchildren on a fixed income to put them to bed well-fed. Dads desperately looking for a new job will be able to keep the electricity on and prevent the family’s stores of food from spoiling. Homeless families will be able to keep their toddlers safe while getting the advice and resources they need to regain stable housing.  Cincinnati bikers: Graeter’s, Aglamesis, Servatii’s, Oakley Cycles, the Quarter Bistro, and the May Café have all donated gift certificates for the post-ride raffle and dinner at St. Thomas, Terrace Park!

2012 St. Thomas Music Camp: Aug. 6-10

The St. Thomas Music Camp is a fun-filled week of music, games, friends, and fun for children ages 7-12! During the week campers will improve their singing, learn music theory, and experience the art of music in a new way!

This year’s camp includes: an introduction to music theory via a special online learning center; a special presentation from St. Thomas organist Jason Gunnell; a morning trip to downtown Cincinnati where we will tour Christ Church Cathedral, Music Hall, the newly renovated Washington Park, and lunch at Skyline; Music Olympics!; and a final day party with lunch!

We will have one special project: during the week campers will collaborate on creating a new composition. We will talk about setting words to music, harmony, melody, rhythm and conclude the week with a premiere of our new composition.

The fee for the camp is $25 which includes, snacks, Friday’s lunch, and a camp t-shirt.

To register, click here.

Bike Fest 2012

Bike Fest 2012: Cycle to Break the Cycle is a event organized to raise funds fot the Episcopal Community Services Foundation to support community ministries throughout Ohio. The Cincinnati Eastside Eden Ride is hosted by St. Thomas and will be Saturday afternoon, August 18. Details:

Any age (children must be accompanied by parent or guardian)

Choose your distance – from 5 to 40 miles – through the shady forests of the Little Miami Bike Trail. Volunteers will welcome you at rest stops every five miles with cold drinks and snacks, plus story cards about the good accomplished by grantees. Each card you collect wins you another raffle ticket for prizes donated by local merchants. Time your ride to start any time from 12:30 on to make sure you’re back at St. Thomas by 5 for the cookout and prize drawing. Live music by Jamie Flerlage’s band Robinson Circus!

For more information, including how to register, click here.

May Supper Club

Come join fellow parishioners and friends at the Terrace Park Country Club Thursday, May 17.  Hospitality time starts at 6:00 p.m. with dinner served at 6:30.  Entrée choices are Salmon or Beef Burgundy.  Cost $23.50.  Please mail checks to Penny Chapman, 231 Miami Lakes Dr., Milford, 45150 to make your reservation(s).

Fellowship Club: “The Fantasticks”

Join us Sunday, May 20 for a sentimental musical afternoon as we enjoy the Loveland Stage Company’s production “The Fantasticks”.  Show time is at 3:00.  We will carpool from the church at 2:00.  Tickets are $15.00.  Reservations must be made now so that tickets can be purchased.  Please call Lou Scott (831-4353) to reserve your spot.

Special Youth and Family Events This Weekend

Make plans to be a part of a special and important Youth and Family Weekend this coming Sunday and Monday, April 15-16.

Sunday, April 15 – Gathering for Youth and their Parents7:00-8:30pm

Monday, April 16 – Family Pizza Diner (kids, youth and families), 5:30-7:00pm

Please let us know when you can join us by contacting the church office (831-2052) to RSVP, or click here to send an email.

If you can’t make either of these events, contact the office to learn other times where you can take part in this special conversation!