Mamaroneck’s St. Thomas Celebrates 200 Years

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US Government Archives image on postcard of St.Thomas church, date unknown

 

A note of congrats to St. Thomas Episcopal Church, at 168 West Boston Post Road in Mamaroneck, currently celebrating its Bicentennial.

 St. Thomas was incorporated on June 9, 1814, so it’s technically 203. James Madison was President.

“It is profoundly humbling to reflect on the fact that our parish is still relevant and providing a meaningful place of worship and fellowship for this community throughout so many different periods of American history,” said parishioner Pamela Sullivan.

“And even after 200 years we are thriving and continuing to grow with and influx of new families and children.”

3 thoughts on “Mamaroneck’s St. Thomas Celebrates 200 Years

  1. The celebration is not over!

    On Sunday, December 17th at 4:00pm Handel’s Messiah will be performed at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 168 West Boston Post Road in Mamaroneck.

    This Oratorio is the first concert of the 2017-18 season of the St. Thomas Music Series. Featuring internationally acclaimed soloists, an orchestra of Baroque instruments, and the glorious voices of the St. Thomas Choir, this concert is the highlight of St. Thomas’s 200th anniversary celebration.

    Tickets are $20 each and can be purchased at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/handels-messiah-an-oratorio-tickets-38556878662?aff=eac2

  2. Thanks for the shout-out; a correction, however.

    The first incorporation was the declaration to form a congregation separate from Christ’s Church, Rye. The legal incorporation, per the laws of New York State, was 1817. It is our true bicentennial this year.

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