St Thomas' Online -Virtual Church!
As we as a church respond to the developing situation with regards to the coronavirus, we will be adding updates to this page.
St Thomas’ Church will not be holding public worship services or face-to-face midweek groups at present. But we’re not going away, we’re just going online!
Do join us for Sunday worship at 10am on Sundays by visiting this website, click on the banner, or going to our Youtube channel
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In the meantime, there are lots of great resources being prepared to help you worship and pray at home - check out these pages for some great ideas:
10 Ideas from Thy Kingdom Come
24/7 Prayer- Corona Viru
100 ideas for ministers and ministry leaders
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Read our latest Heart Of City Update, 26th March 2020
Investing in Relationships
For many of us, this period of societal lockdown is an opportunity to invest in key relationships, whether with our immediate family within our home, or with friends and family living out
side our home. A prolonged time together like this can enrich our relationships, but it can also strain them.
If you are married or in a long-term relationship with your partner, this could be a good time to try the Marriage Course, available free and online for a limited time, from Holy Trinity Brompton (HTB) church in London. A new course starts every Monday evening for the next few months– all you need to do is buy a manual for each of you. For registration and further details available at The Marriage Course
However, for some people, this period of enforced isolation together can bring real tensions to the surface, with a 25% rise in calls to the national domestic abuse helpline in the past few weeks. Download some helpful advice if this is a situation you are facing. Our safeguarding advisors, Angela Letchford and Mary-Jayne Carter can also be contacted on the Safeguarding page on the church website.
Do remember to look out for friends and neighbours who may be self-isolating. You could print out this card and distribute it to your neighbours:
Here is a list of local groups, shops and services that offer help or support to you or to anyone that might need it