Way of Love Ministry Pledge Form
A St. Thomas Ministry Pledge
Our Presiding Bishop Michael Curry sometimes refers to us as the "Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement." A healthy branch is always growing - upward toward the light, inward to remain strong, outward in fruitfulness and life.

Here at St. Thomas, we seek to grow in the same ways. Upward toward God. Inward in our life together. Outward in love toward the world around us.

We do this by walking in the Way of Love - spiritual practices that have sustained Christians for centuries. The Way of Love is a Rule of Life shared by the Episcopal Church to help us follow Jesus more intentionally. We turn to Jesus, learn his teachings, pray, worship, bless others, go across boundaries in love, and rest in God's care. All across the Episcopal Church, people are returning to these practices and finding peace and purpose in following Jesus together.

Will you join us in following in the Way of Love and Growing Upward, Inward, and Outward through ministries at St. Thomas in the coming year? Sign up for ways you are currently serving and wish to continue and for new opportunities to explore. Leaders of ministries will contact you to help you get started. If you are serving in a way not listed here, please tell us about it.

Please prayerfully complete this form by August 25. Then join us that Sunday morning as we offer all of these good gifts to God.
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TURN - Pause, listen, and choose to follow Jesus
LEARN - Reflect on Scripture each day, especially Jesus' life and teachings
PRAY - Dwell intentionally with God each day
WORSHIP - Gather in community weekly to thank, praise, and draw near to God.
BLESS - Share faith and unselfishly give and serve
GO - Cross boundaries, listen deeply, and love like Jesus
REST - Receive the gift of God's grace, peace, and restoration
Thank you for Growing Upward, Inward, and Outward with St. Thomas.
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