Black History Month Celebration
St. Thomas celebrates Black History every February by highlighting aspects of the spiritual journey of African Americans in the Episcopal Church, the community and larger society.
Breakfast with the Easter Bunny
Hippity Hoppity goes the Easter Bunny along the path to St. Thomas where it is his habit to greet neighborhood boys and girls with tantalizing baskets of sweets and treats befitting the glorious season.
Harvest Bounty Festival
For the life-sustaining crops of the field and the hands that produce it, we offer this simple tribute of mirth and merriment. Eat, drink, sing and dance to the rhythms of the earth.
Family Halloween Party & Ghost Tour
In the make-believe land of ghosts and goblins, the young and young-at-heart alike don their favorite costumes, suspend their disbelief and for a few hours become their favorite character.
On the eve of the Lenten Season marked by reflections, sacrifice, and fasting, we gather in fellowship for our traditional pancake dinner with all the fixings. It promises to sate even the most voracious appetites.
It’s where Maryland State pride and good eats meet. Nobody does crabs better than Maryland – We just provide the cozy ambience and laughter. Bring your own apron and appetite and we will bring the juicy crabs.
When Christmas is but a wink away, there is time to push back from the hustle and bustle, catch a deep breath amongst the freshly cut Holiday greens, fragrant teapots, and savory morsels. Teatime at St. Thomas has become a treasured tradition
Breakfast with Santa
Santa comes early to St. Thomas for a very special breakfast with neighborhood kids. So those who have made their lists and checked them twice, Santa promises to be all ears.