We express Christ’s love to you with genuine, heartfelt warmth. If you’re a long-time parishioner who graces our pews on a regular basis, we’re deeply grateful for you. If you’re new to the parish, we’re excited to share with you the marvelous ways God is working. St. Thomas is a family, rich in the relationships that matter most. Growing spiritually together, we worship, we learn, we serve our community, and we reach out to the world with life-transforming truth.
Our doors are open, and more importantly…our hearts are open, no matter who you are. If you’ve been searching for a place to belong, then St. Thomas might be for you. If you are here as a visitor, we hope that you’ll leave as a friend who’s been blessed by worshiping with us.
Here at St. Thomas… all are welcome to experience God’s love and mercy!
The Faith Community of St. Thomas the Apostle will celebrate Christmas Masses according to the schedule listed below:
4th Sunday of Advent — Saturday, Dec 23 & Sun Dec 24
4:30 pm on Saturday, Dec 23
8:00 & 9:30am on Sunday, Dec 24
(There will be NO 11:45 am Mass on December 24)
Christmas Eve Masses — Sunday, Dec 24
4:00 pm Mass with pageant (church) – Fr. Bob Colaresi
4:10 pm Mass with pageant (gym) – Fr. Matt Lorenz
4:30 pm Mass (at St. Patrick’s Residence) – Fr. Joseph Kappilumakkal
7:00 pm Mass with High School/Jr High choir – Fr. Philip Danaher
9:30 pm Choir Christmas Caroling
10:30 pm Solemn Christmas Mass – Fr. Philip Danaher and Fr. Joseph Kappilumakkal
Christmas Day Masses—Monday, Dec 25
9:00 am – Fr. Philip Danaher
11:00 am – Fr. Joseph Kappilumakkal
(Presiders subject to last minute changes)
Those with a medical necessity are welcome to call Lori Culberson 630.355.8980×120 for reserved seating for the Christmas Liturgies. Due to demand, we cannot hold seats for an entire family — but we are interested in seating those with specific needs.