Contact the St. Thomas Aquinas Office of Faith Formation (727) 372-8600, ext. 132.
Bible Study for Everyone
Come and enjoy learning how to understand the Bible and explore its books in depth. Follow along with Fr. George and other experienced leaders, as the bible’s books, chapters and verses are read aloud. Share in the discussions of scripture and its various historical and cultural roots. You are invited to offer your own understanding, too. No prior knowledge and no sign-up are needed. All are welcome.
WHEN: Thursdays ~ 7:00pm-8:00pm
WHERE: STA Parish Center
Contact: Rosemarie Thompson at (727) 841-0459
Childcare can be arranged upon request.
Women’s Bible Study
Join a dynamic group of women for lively discussions while studying various topics in scripture using the bible and the Little Rock student guide, as well as a variety of source books. We look forward to seeing you!
WHEN: Wednesdays ~ 1:30pm-2:30pm
WHERE: Parish Hall Conference Room
Catholicism: Theology and Practice
St. Thomas Aquinas opens up our RCIA program to anyone interested in learning more about the Catholic faith and our Church. If you want answers to any questions you may have, we recommend starting with RCIA. The calendar of topics enables you to select dates and presentations that may interest you most. Moreover, our clergy, staff, and team are available to speak with you personally to offer information and resources to help you explore. Check out RCIA at this link.
Catholic Men’s Fellowship
Not a prayer group or bible study, Catholic Men’s Fellowship uses a simple format based on our faith, scripture, and the principles of good Christian fellowship.
Call or email for more information:
John Erd – (727) 992-2697 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom Stimson – (727) 375-8308 – email@example.com
Norm Perreault – (727) 376-1232 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Joe McFarland – (727) 376-6317 – email@example.com
Forming New Groups
St. Thomas Aquinas Parish is always open to the possibility of supporting adults who wish to form a new group, whether it be for prayer and fellowship, such as “small church communities,” or for exploring the faith through guided study or presentations and seminars, or for beginning new ministries or missions.
Bring your ideas to us, and let’s see what we can do together, as Christ’s Church, holy, catholic, and apostolic.
For more information, contact Mary Miller at the parish office: (727) 372-8600, ext. 111 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.