Welcome to St. Thomas the Apostle
"To make disciples as we know, love and serve God and one another."
Whatever your status in the Church, whatever your family/marital situation, whatever your religious affiliation, whatever your personal history, age, background, race or color, sexual orientation, you are invited, welcomed, accepted, loved and respected at our Catholic Community of Saint Thomas the Apostle.
Live-stream Mass Feed
Daily Mass is streamed at 12:15pm Monday-Friday. Saturday at 4:00pm and Sunday at 10:00am and 12:00pm.
Read the letter from Fr. Johnson regarding the live-stream Mass feed.
* You do not need to have a Facebook account to watch the livestream! Simply click on link.
Updated Covid Guidelines05-27-2021
The Governor has lifted the masking requirement indoors for those who are vaccinated, as well as the requirement for social distancing, and yesterday it was communicated to us from the diocese.
As per CDC guidelines, masks will be optional for those who are fully vaccinated. The Clergy and Extraordinary Ministers will continue to sanitize their hands before and after distribution of Holy Communion.READ MORE
Saint Peter’s University Hospital hosts a Bereavement Group to support those who have experienced the loss of a loved one. The group meets on the first and third Thursday of the month from 7:00- 8:30pm via Zoom. If you are interested, please email Chaplain Adriana Mastandino at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 732-745-8600, ext. 8894 for more details.
Online Giving is Available Now
Here at St. Thomas the Apostle, we encourage you to be Christian Stewards, using everything God has given you — time, talent, treasure — to serve Him gratefully.
Most Rev. James F. Checchio celebrates 5 years as Bishop of the Diocese of Metuchen
2021 Bishop's Annual Appeal
“It is because of your love for Christ and the Church that I ask you to join me in being Transformed by Christ’s Body and Blood, to make a sacrificial contribution to the Bishop’s Annual Appeal in proportion to your income, and continue our Mission to Light a Fire in the Heart of the Church.”
Most Reverend James F. Checchio, JCD, MBA
Bishop of Metuchen