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Listen to some sermons, Gospel readings and prayers at St Thomas's.

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Sermons at St Thomas's:

20th January 2019: The Revd Kelvin Inglis reflects on the wedding at Cana to show that by trusting in God we can set ourselves free from world weariness to live as God calls us to live (Readings 00:00-03:45, Gospel 03:47-05:42, Sermon 05:43-22:06, Intercessions 22:10-27:07, Notices 27:09-end)

13th January 2019: The Revd Wendy Cooper on Christ's Baptism (Readings 00:00-02:45, Gospel 02:45-04:45, sermon 04:45-17:30, prayers 17:30-21:10, notices 21:10-23:52)

6th January 2019: The Revd Kelvin Inglis, rector of St Thomas's uses T.S. Eliot's 'Journey of the Magi' to reflect on the true meaning this has for us (Readings 00:00-03:50; Gospel 03:50-06:35; sermon 06:35-17:00; prayers 17:00-21:20; notices 21:20-26:07)

30th December 2018:  The Revd Kelvin Inglis encourages us to meditate on the Incarnation and what it means to consume and digest Christ in order to make him part of what we live, breathe and do (Readings 00:00-02:16, Gospel 02:18-04:32, Sermon 04:32-14:34, Intercessions 14:38-19:36, Notices 19:37-20.22).

24th/25th December 2018: Midnight Mass led by Dominic Thornton, associate priest with sermon by Kelvin Inglis, Rector of St. Thomas's

23rd December 2018:  The Revd Wendy Cooper speaks about today's readings, which are full of promise, and invites us to look at how Christ has changed human history and how we can participate in that transformation (Readings 00:00-01:53, Gospel 01:54-04:40, Sermon 04:18-18:13, Intercessions 18:13-24:18).

18th December 2018:  The Revd Kelvin Inglis reflects on the coming of Christ into the world in a "high octane" Carols for Busy People, with the presentation of the Christmas Tree Festival cheques to this year's two chosen charities (Welcome and introduction 00:00-01.52, First reading 02.54-04.02, Second reading 05.30-06.55, Reflection 08.02-14.32, Prayer 14.34- 15.05, Presentation 17.21-23.23, Blessing 26.34)

16th December 2018: The Revd Kelvin Inglis summarises the whole of Holy Scripture in an alphabet soup!  (Readings 00:00-02:34, Gospel 02:36-04:57, Sermon 04:57-19:32, Intercessions 19:32-24:30, Notices 24:30-30:42)

9th December 2018: The Revd Dominic Thornton talks of the liberation and freedom from all that binds through preparing a way for The Lord (Readings 00:00-03:08; Gospel 03:08-04:45; sermon 04:45-13:50; prayers 13:50-19:40; notices 19:40-21:32)  

2nd December 2018: The Revd Kelvin Inglis reminds us to be alert, awake and self critical rather than pointing the finger at others  (Lessons 00:00-02:20; Gospel 02:20-04:48; sermon 04:48-17:10; prayers 17:10-21:25; notices 21:25-24:50)

25th November 2018: The Revd Wendy Cooper, associate priest at St Thomas's  talks about Christ the King who teaches through humility, example and power laid down (Lessons 00:00-03:33; Gospel 03:33-05:25; sermon 05:25-19:10; prayers 19:10-25:55; notices 25:55-30:12)

18th November 2018: The Revd Dominic Thornton reminds us to place our trust in God and spiritual things to save us from fear (Lessons 00:00-03:15; Gospel 03:15-05:00; sermon 05:00-14:15; prayers 14:15-20:22; notices 20:22-24:13)

11th November 2018: The Revd Kelvin Inglis leads the Service of Remembrance and Commitment in this centenary year of World War 1. (Edited service 00:00-36:35)

4th November 2018: The Revd Kelvin Inglis and John Bruce-Ball tell us how Quest 2020 will both preserve the church building and keep it vibrant and fit for purpose in today's society. (Lessons 00:00-03:10; Gospel 03:10-05:50; sermon 05:50-26:35; prayers 26:35-32:40; notices 32:40-36:42)

28th October 2018: The Revd Dominic Thornton looks at the paradox of a life overflowing in Christ yet martyred as with the saints and how indifference can lead to us losing sight of the Kingdom. (Lessons 00:00-01:50; Gospel 01:50-04:09; sermon 04:09-12:35; prayers 12:35-17:10; notices 17:10-20:44)






























Upcoming Events

Holy Communion (Common Worship)
23rd Jan 19: 8:00 am - 8:25 am
Morning Prayer
24th Jan 19: 8:00 am - 8:20 am
Morning Prayer
25th Jan 19: 8:00 am - 8:20 am
Holy Communion (BCP)
25th Jan 19: 9:30 am - 10:00 am
Coffee Morning
26th Jan 19: 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Sunday Services

8.00 am - Holy Communion

10.15 am - Parish Communion

6.00pm - Evensong


Services in the week


8.00 am - Morning Prayer

10.30 am - Holy Communion  


8.00 am - Morning Prayer

10.00 am - Prayer Group


8.00 am - Holy Communion


8.00 am - Morning Prayer


8.00 am - Morning Prayer

9.30 am - Holy Communion