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WELCOME TO ST. THOMAS A'BECKET!
Welcome to our home on the World Wide Web. We hope that you find our virtual home as warm and as inviting as our parish home. St. Thomas a'Becket is a large and diverse parish. We are always happy to see new faces and hope that you will get involved.
Start by learning more about our parish or take a virtual tour. You might also visit our Frequently Asked Questions page or check out Maps and Directions. The Path of Life page has resources for people in all stages of life. From children to families with young adults, singles to seniors, you can find a wealth of information there. You can also learn more about parish life by visiting our Facebook page or our online photo gallery.
Are you interested in registering as a St. Thomas a'Becket parishioner? Visit our New Parishioners page to find out more about this process.
Would you like to get more involved in parish life? We have an active Parish Pastoral Council, a Parish Finance Council and four Commissions (Christian Service, Faith Formation, Stewardship, and Worship) that organize dozens of choirs, social groups, special events and activities. Additionally, our Faith Formation Program needs many volunteers to serve the 1,100+ children in our programs. And that's just the tip of the iceberg! Visit our Commissions and Groups page to learn more about the many opportunities that await you.
Are you curious about the Catholic faith? Have you thought about joining (or re-joining) the Church? Would you like to learn more about your faith? Visit our RCIA page to learn more about this journey of faith or check out other ways to grow in your faith.
There are many ways in which you can support St. Thomas a'Becket. We need active parishioners who give generously of their time, their talent, or their treasure. Find out how you can make a difference in our parish community.
We look forward to sharing many happy memories with you and hope you will visit us often. We especially hope to see you at the table of the Lord, our most central community experience. As our catechism teaches us, " the Church is the great sacrament of divine communion which gathers God's scattered children together." (#1108)
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