Come to worship, work, pray, learn, love, and have fun together. You’ll be welcome!
Nestled in the Upper Wind River Valley, leading to the National Parks, the community of Dubois is home to St. Thomas’. Dedicated lay ministers and clergy work together to hold vibrant worship services that are shared online, and also at the local assisted-living facility, Warm Valley Lodge. Our office “help center” coordinates all sources available to individuals in need. Counseling and pastoral care are available to all. The Opportunity Shop thrift store and Community Food Bank are housed on our campus, along with dog washes on our wide lawn. Hikers and cyclists shelter in our community room, and local musicians gather at Dubois Jamz. We provide weekend food packs and scholarships and hold a Farmers Market. For 72 years, we have hosted the summer square dances in a historic log bar around the corner.
The Episcopal Church began holding worship services in Dubois in 1901 through the ministry of the Welsh Anglican priest Rev. John Roberts, who served on the Wind River Reservation. Services were held in various places in town until the church was finally constructed in 1910.