Browsing the September 2017 archive of Parish News

Habitat for Humanity Opportunity-October 7th

Posted by Judy Duncan on 9/26/17

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY WORK DAY Because of popular request, St. Thomas More is planning an additional work day with Habitat for Humanity. We are trying to help finish a two family home that will give homes to Johnson & Devine who have 4 children and Lena & Rashid who have 5 ... Read More »

Fair Trade Sale

Posted by Judy Duncan on 9/22/17

"FAIR TRADE SALE" - The STM Social Justice Committee and Green Team will begin selling Fair Trade coffees, teas and other seasonal products the first Sunday of each month beginning in October. Cash and checks will be accepted. Purchasing Fair Trade products helps producers in developing countries achieve better ... Read More »

Religious Education Teacher Needed!

Posted by Judy Duncan on 9/19/17

Religious Education is in need of a lead teacher for 2nd grade on the Wednesday 4-5pm session. Due to a large enrollment for that grade/time slot it would be best if we could split the students into two classrooms. Please contact Shannon (redirector@stthomasmoreic.com) or Mary (reoffice@stthomasmoreic.com) in the RE ... Read More »

Youth Ministry-11th grade parents

Posted by Judy Duncan on 9/15/17

Greetings 11th grade Parents!!!


It would be so wonderful to see your youth again and rekindle our friendship!!!

I hope you can come to this annual Fun Filled Scavenger Hunt!!!!


This Sunday, Sept. 17th is our fun-filled Scavenger hunt, at St. Thomas More.


Fatima Concert

Posted by Judy Duncan on 9/13/17

Come, hear an evening concert tonight at 7pm as we celebrate Mary through songs in several languages.  A reception will follow the event.

St. Thomas More Church

3000 12th Ave.

Coralville, Iowa

Hurricane Help

Posted by Judy Duncan on 9/01/17

Help For Hurricane Harvey Victims

Many people have asked about how to help those suffering the effects of Hurricane Harvey. This information was sent by the Social Action Office of the Diocese of Davenport:

The greatest need is always for dollars.  Dollars to operate shelters, feeding sites, and to ... Read More »