We're building
a community of authenticity and friendship
centered around Jesus.


Friends you can be real with and count on.

Everyone wants a place where they can be themselves - a group of friends to celebrate the good times with as well as people they can lean on when times get tough. That's they type of community we're building. 

Jesus Unites Us

We're very different individuals. We have different politics, different backgrounds, and different life experiences.  What unites us is Jesus. We want to know him better: his person, his message, and his ways.

Some of us are new Jesus followers. Some have followed him for a long time. Others are exploring who he is. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, we invite you to join us. 


We want to be apprentices of Jesus and ambassadors for him.


Apprentices imitate and learn the ways of their master. 

We don't want to just learn about Jesus. We want to take on his way of life. Jesus said, "everyone who is fully trained will be like their teacher." (Luke 6:40) We want to become like Jesus in our thoughts, attitudes, and actions.

Ambassadors reach out when a message has been miscommunicated or misunderstood. 

Lots of people are skeptical of the church. Our neighbors don't always need logical arguments about Jesus. They need to experience tangible expressions of his love, mercy, hope, and compassion. With God's help, we seek to be ambassadors of His Good News, who live this out. 

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Josh Miller, Pastor

Josh Miller is an Anglican Priest and the pastor at St. Thomas. Josh is originally from Ft. Collins and a graduate of Wheaton College (BA), and Regent College (Vancouver, Canada. MDiv). Before returning to Ft. Collins Josh was the youth pastor at St. Mark's Church near Chicago for three years and the Associate Pastor at Church of the Ascension in Pittsburgh for five years. Josh served as a chaplain at The University of Pittsburgh and helped start Pub Club (in Pittsburgh and Fort Collins). In his spare time he enjoys going to parties, running, hiking, watching movies, and hanging out with friends. 

He'd love to meet you. If you'd like to meet up, just drop him a line (Josh@SaintT.org).   


Partner Churches

We are part of the Anglican Church in North America, a branch of the worldwide Anglican Communion. Within the Anglican Church we're also part of The Diocese of Pittsburgh and Churches For The Sake of Others

We believe: the Bible is important, Jesus is indispensable, it's important to engage all our senses in worship, other churches are doing good work, disciples of Jesus need friends for the journey, and those who are investigating Jesus need a safe place where they can ask questions. 

At it's most basic, our task is to plant Jesus in our lives and to plant Jesus in our community. 







We're building for the future -  in a number of ways.  More important than any physical building we may construct in the future, is the foundation we're building right now. It's a foundation of people. People, gathered around the right ideas and actions, are the most important asset of any church. We are working to create a culture at St. Thomas that will help us, our neighbors, and other churches flourish. And we would love your help.  

Our Approach Is: Start Small, Go Deep, Think Big, and pray that God causes the growth - in us and others. We would love it if you joined us on our mission.