Come and See What God Has Done!
St. Thomas the Disciple is a church serving the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland. Our name honors the memory of St. Thomas, one of Jesus's first followers. Thomas is famous for being skeptical when he heard Jesus had risen from the dead—until Jesus showed up in person to answer his doubts! Whether you're pretty certain about Jesus or have your own doubts, we hope you'll visit us and meet the living Jesus among us.
We celebrate Communion every Sunday at 10:30 AM. Everyone is welcome. Dress as casually or as formally as you feel comfortable. If you have been baptized as a Christian, you're welcome to receive Communion with us.
Holy Eucharist Sundays at 10:30 AM
Bible Study Wednesdays at 6:30 PM
Where We Are
St. Thomas is located at 270 Tilghman Road, on the east side of Salisbury, Maryland. We're just off Route 50 in the same shopping plaza as Food Lion. You'll find us at the far end of the plaza from the entrance.
- Fr. Jon Mark Lipka
- Deacon Rocky Burnett
- Richard Bentz
- Nathan Eipper
- Bruce Elliott
- Bob Merryman
What is an Anglican Church?
nglicanism traces its roots back to the introduction of Christianity to England, more than 1500 years ago. Today, there are 80 million Anglicans around the world, from many languages, people groups, and races—the third-largest body of Christians in the world!
Anglicans look for the best in the old and the new. We worship using both ancient prayers and modern songs. We honor the ancient Christian traditions, centering our worship around Communion and Baptism, while maintaining the Reformation's strong emphasis on the Bible and a modern yearning for the Holy Spirit to work in and through us.
For more information about what we believe and how we worship, check out:
- The Book of Common Prayer, which guides our worship and prayer
- The Nicene Creed, the ancient standard of the Christian faith
- The 1571 Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion
- The Jerusalem Declaration, a modern reaffirmation of our faith
For a more in-depth study of Anglican beliefs, you can also read the Anglican Church in North America's new catechism, To Be a Christian.