Unfortunately the online Talking Shop scheduled for Thursday 15th April has had to be postponed. We will announce a new date as soon as possible.
He is risen indeed! You can find a reflection from our Rector Paul here
Good Friday, 2nd April, 2pm to 3pm, The final hour at the cross (On Starleaf, Meeting ID 464 140 4121) Easter, Sunday 4th April, 10:30am, Holy Communion (In the church, and streamed via our Facebook page)
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Saint Thomas’ church is now open on Sunday mornings at 10:30am for socially distanced worship. You’re welcome to join us in person, or via Facebook, where the service is streamed. Here’s a video showing how we’re keeping you safe (more info here).
There is no 11.00 p.m. Service of Holy Communion on Christmas Eve. The Christmas Day Church Service is at 10.30 a.m. and it’s Christmas Day Holy Communion. The service will be streamed on Facebook live, as usual. To watch online, simply look up “St Thomas’ Church, Belfast Facebook” or use this link. There is no … Continue reading Christmas Services
Paul Jack will be holding a Good Friday service from 12 noon. You can follow the text of the service on our website, here.
‘They shall look upon him whom they pierced’ As we gather to-day for this Good Friday Service I shall be in church as usual by myself and most of you will be at home. If you are free why not take the time to join in this service of three hours. You don’t have to … Continue reading Good Friday Service – 10th April 2020, 12:00 to 3:00 pm
The season of Lent starts on Ash Wednesday and runs for the 40 days until Easter. It is a time of preparation for the celebration of Easter, and can include prayer, repentance, and self-denial.
At this time, we remember the Magi (or Wise Men), who came from the East to to worship the king of the Jews – bringing gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh to Jesus. We realise that God is reaching out to the whole world.