Being central in our community and creating community is core to our identity. Serving our community allows us to serve God, grow in our faith, and transform lives in our local community.
How is God calling you?
Are you called to care for the homeless and disadvantaged? Come serve with the Food Pantry or DC Homeless Project. Can you speak a language in addition to English? Join our Food Pantry volunteers.
St. Thomas has many ways for you to be in mission to others. If you're interested in getting involved in any of these mission projects please contact the individual listed or the main church office. Check out the available opportunities below:
We provide Christmas gifts to the residents of Manassas Health and Rehab. Residents provide a wish list and our congregation plays Santa Claus.
Early stage dementia/Altzheier's Networking Group.
FREE Traditional Christmas Day Dinner open to the community.
Once a month the DC Mission Team and helpers pack the church van with meals, clothing, hygiene kits, Bibles, and Christian literature to take into DC.
The Pantry is open every Saturday morning from 9:00 to 11:30 am. We give food to between 50 and 100 families each week. Families recieving food can come one time a month.
Everyone is asked to bring NEW teddy bears to church to hug during the services and they are distributed to patients in Prince William Hospital for Valentine's Day.
The mission of Operation Christmas Child is to demonstrate God's love in a tangible way to needy children around the world, and together with the local church worldwide, to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Quilts for Kids meets together to make quilts that are donated to the hospital's Newborn Intensive Care and some to SERVE, but most are given to ACTS for their Countywide Domestic Violence Intervention Program.
Rise Against Hunger (formerly known as Stop Hunger Now) is an international hunger relief agency that coordinates packing events to pack meals for hungry people that they distribute in this country and abroad.
We provide and deliver a complete dinner for 45 residents of the SERVE emergency shelter facility quarterly during the year.
Training and testing for Therapy Dogs is conducted at our church to support this important ministry.
The Un-Trim-A-Tree Holiday Gift Program is a very special program that serves children, seniors, and teen moms in need in the Greater Prince William community.
A weeklong program, held during the summer, when children have the opportunity to sing, play, learn Bible stories, make crafts, and encounter God’s love together.