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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:

11th November 2018: The Revd Kelvin Inglis, Rector of St Thomas's church 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, associate priest at St Thomas's    (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)

21st October 2018: Historically, slavery was accepted by Christians. The Revd Kelvin Inglis reminds us all to be alert to moral blind spots so that we can move forward serving others and the community as Christ wishes (Lessons 00:00-04:45; Gospel 04:45-07:10; sermon 07:10-18:50; prayers 18:50-25:30; notices 25:30-27:12)

14th October 2018: The Revd Wendy Cooper, associate priest at St Thomas's looks at the 'requirements' to enter the Kingdom of Heaven and talks about what these really are  (Lessons 00:00-03:20; Gospel 03:20-06:55; sermon 07:00-24:20; prayers 24:20-29:45; notices 29:45-33:26)

7th October 2018: The Revd Dominic Thornton reminds us that praying for those in need brings us closer to them and thus closer to God  (Lessons 00:00-05:00; Gospel 05:00-07:30; sermon 07:30-17:00; prayers 17:00-22:00; notices 22:00-25:20)

30th September 2018: Harvest Festival. The Revd Kelvin Inglis asks us to look at how we share God's riches and reminds us that if we put God's kingdom first, everything else we need will follow  (Lessons 00:00-02:45; Gospel 02:45-04:55; sermon 04:55-21:20; prayers 21:35-27:30; notices 27:30-30:50)

23rd September 2018: The Revd Kelvin Inglis reminds us that those who are last will be first. That we should be like servants to God and to one and other and that we will often get it terribly wrong but God loves and forgives us!  (Lessons 00:00-03:26; Gospel 03:26-05:15; sermon 05:15-21:10; prayers 21:10-26:35; notices 26:35-32:17)

16th September 2018: The Revd Wendy Cooper reminds us of the power of speech and our Christian duty to use it for God's Glory (Readings 00:00-04:20; Gospel 04:20-07:18; sermon 07:18-19:50; prayers 19:50-25:40; notices 25:40-30:44) Apologies  for sound drop-outs

9th September 2018: The visiting Archbishop Justin Badi Arama, Primate of South Sudan tells us how through necessity, they live by Faith on a daily basis and how in the West, with all its trappings, we need to work harder to live by such Faith. (Intro 00:00-01:06; Lessons 01:06-04:40; Gospel 04:50-07:16; sermon 07:16-17:50; prayers 17:50-23:02; notices 23:02-25:39)

2nd September 2018: The Revd Kelvin Inglis examines the vastness of God's creation yet his closeness to each of us and how we defile Him through embracing the opposite of His love. (Gospel 00:00-02:20; sermon 02:20-18:00; prayers 18:00-23:25; notices 23:25-27:25)

26th August 2018: The Revd Kelvin Inglis illustrates abiding in Christ, standing tall against evil and moving forward with forgiveness through the life of Howard Moody, composer and Auschwitz survivor. (Gospel 00:00-02:50; sermon 02:50-17:40; prayers 17:40-24:25; notices 24:25-27:35)


























Upcoming Events

18th Nov 18: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Morning Prayer
19th Nov 18: 8:00 am - 8:20 am
Holy Communion
19th Nov 18: 10:30 am - 11:00 am
Morning Prayer
20th Nov 18: 8:00 am - 8:20 am
Second hand book stall
20th Nov 18: 9:00 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