elcome to the website of St. Thomas More, a Roman Catholic community of faith located in the Diocese of Camden, NJ.
St. Thomas More Parish ministries continue through the summer months.
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St. Thomas More Parish is a gathering place for God’s people and the source of hope and life for families, couples, and individuals living here in Camden County.
We desire that St. Thomas More Parish will be a beacon of Christ’s love and a compelling force that will lead others to a deeper belief in Jesus Christ. We believe “if the people do not have a vision, they will die.” Proverbs 29: 18
If you are new in our Parish, please introduce yourself after Mass. We want to know and serve you! We strongly encourage you to pick up and return a Parish census form, as well as to use our Parish Offertory envelope system.
We hope you will favor our Parish with your prayer, your presence and your talents! We're very glad you're here.
Our Pastor and Clergy:
Rev. Phillip Johnson, Pastor
Deacon Michael Scott
Sr. Ann Byrnes, RSM., Pastoral Associate
Office: (856) 424-3212
Fax: (856) 424-2411
Saturday morning: 9:00 AM
Saturday Eve: 4:30 PM
Sunday: 8:30 AM, 10:00 AM and 11:30 AM.
Weekdays: 6:45 AM and 9:00 AM (Monday - Friday)
Holy Day Mass Schedule:
Holy Day - 6:45 AM, 9:00 AM and 7:00 PM
Holy Days falling on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays will have a slightly different schedule.
Rite of Reconciliation: Saturday 3:30-4:00 pm
||Grandparents as Spiritual Guides: On Wednesday September 21st 7:00PM at Saint Thomas More, Michael La Corte will speak to the theology of how God calls grandparents to the vocation of passing on the faith. Mr. La Corte is the US Director of the Catholic Grandparents Association. Call the parish office (856-424-3212) for more information and to register for this presentation.
||The Catholic Letters: This scripture study is offered for 5 consecutive Monday mornings beginning September 26th at St. Thomas More. This study covers four New Testament letters: James, Jude and First & Second Peter. These letters were written to strengthen Christian communities across the Roman Empire. Call the parish office (424-3212) to register and for more information.