St Thomas's Online

St Thomas's in Salisbury has suspended its public worship, meetings and fellowship. There is no church business or other church-led events taking place that people can attend in person. St Thomas's and all church buildings in the Church of England are now closed

To fill this enormous gap in the life of the church we present here St Thomas's Online, some audio talks, reflections and video worship services from members of the St Thomas's clergy team.

If you would like to use the official Church of England forms of worship on your digital device, we suggest using this website for downloading an app for either Apple or Android devices.

Tuesday 31st March

Kelvin Inglis, rector of St Thomas's, gazes at rainbows.           Click here to listen.

 

Monday 30th March

The Revd Selina Deacon reflects on ways to get by in anxious times as we enter Passiontide.  Click here to listen.

 

Sunday, 29th March at 10am

Recording of a live stream of a Communion service conducted by Kelvin Inglis, rector of St Thomas's from the rectory at Salisbury. Click on this link to view and listen.

Saturday, 28th March

Kelvin Inglis, rector of St Thomas's, celebrates the beauty of creation. Click here to listen.

 

Thursday, 26th March

Kelvin Inglis, rector of St Thomas's, remembers those who once had to hang up their lyres... Click here to listen.

 

 

Wednesday, 25th March

Kelvin Inglis, Rector of St Thomas's, draws some thoughts on prayer from the Van Eyck Annunciation (pictured). Click here to listen

 

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Tuesday, 24th March

Kelvin Inglis, rector of St Thomas's, speaks of hope in dark times. Click here to listen.

 

Monday, 23 March

Kelvin Inglis, rector of St Thomas's, reveals how today's scripture reading - Psalm 77 - reflects our current situation, leading with despair but ending in hope. Click here to listen.

 

Sunday, 22nd March

Kelvin Inglis, rector of St Thomas's, leads a video morning service for Mothering Sunday at the nave altar. Click here to view and listen.

 

Saturday, 21st March

Kelvin Inglis, rector of St Thomas's, finds themes of terror and grief but also hope and healing in scripture and poetry. Click here to listen.

 

Thursday, 19th March

Kelvin Inglis, rector of St Thomas's, reflects on the different roles that we are called to play in these unusual times. He illustrates this with a painting 'The Adoration of the Magi' by the Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch (right). Click here to listen.

 

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