Good Friday Offering for Jerusalem and the Middle

Creating new relationships with and among the Christians of the Middle East

In support of The National Church, St. Thomas is pleased to support the Good Friday Offering for Jerusalem and the Middle East.
The National Church began the Good Friday Offering back in 1922, when, in the aftermath of World War I, the Episcopal Church sought to create new relationships in the Middle East. The Good Friday Offering supports ministries like hospitals that treat people regardless of faith tradition and schools for the poorest in the four dioceses of the Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East. At St. Thomas, since many of us are participating in worship remotely, we will make the Good Friday Offering available for contributions beginning in Lent.
To see a short video message about the offering from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, click here.
Click here to donate through St. Thomas or, if you are attending in-person worship, look for the plate on Sundays designated as the Good Friday Offering.