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Episcopal Church of St. John Baptist
200 Main St
Thomaston, ME 04861
Phone: 207 354-8734
Hours: Sunday worship 8 a.m & 10 a.m.
Email: stjohnsinthomaston@gmail.com

We welcome you in the name of Christ to St. John Baptist, Thomaston's Episcopal Church in the diocese of Maine. Worship at St. John's is open to all, whatever your reasons for a visit. The mission of this parish has been summed up in the words of Jesus when he said: "We are to love the Lord, our God, with all our heart, soul, and mind; and our neighbor as ourselves."

 


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Mid-Coast Community Thanksgiving Service

The area churches and synagogue are gathering together for their annual Thanksgiving service on Sunday, November 19, at 4 pm. The service this year will take place at St. Thomas' Episcopal Church on Chestnut St. in Camden. The Rev. Wendy Anderson of Nativity Lutheran Church will be the preacher ...
Midcoast Community Thanksgiving Service

The faith communities of midcoast Maine will host a community Thanksgiving service on Sunday, November 19, at 4 pm at St. Thomas' Episcopal Church on Chestnut St., in Camden. The Rev. Wendy Anderson of Nativity Lutheran Church will be the preacher. All are welcome.
St. John's in Thomaston to Celebrate All Saints Sunday

This Sunday, November 5th, is All Saints Sunday at the Episcopal Church of St. John Baptist in Thomaston. Services are at 8 am and 10 am. All are welcome. All Hallow's Eve, All Saints and All Souls Day – The feast days that mark this time of year have been celebrated for centuries of years by ...
Bishop of Maine to be in Thomaston

The Rt. Rev. Stephen Lane, the Episcopal Bishop of Maine, will be the celebrant and preacher, on Sunday, October 8, at the Episcopal Church of St. John Baptist in Thomaston for both the 8 am and 10 am service. All are always welcome.
St. John's in Thomaston Celebrates 150 years

The Episcopal Church of St. John Baptist in Thomaston is celebrating its 150th year. In 1867 a small group began to regularly pray together and hold services in what would be the start of St. John's parish. They met first in the Unitarian Church and then several other locations before building ...

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