Worship during the pandemic
This page is kept up to date with our worship as affected by the pandemic restrictions.
Updated: 20th April 2021
Government road map for easing of lockdown
As the lockdown eases according to the government road map, we are re-starting worship in St.Thomas in a similar phased manner.
We are now in phase two, with 2 Sunday services (8am and 11am) and a Wednesday service (11am), before finally returning to a full provision once the lockdown is completely over.
Precise details will depend on the progress of the road map and will be given each week in our weekly news sheet.
Throughout the process the building remains open every day for private prayer and our COVID Reflection space.
Our worship online worship will continue to be provided at least until the end of June. It is accessible via the internet or using a simple telephone. See our Online Services page.
Weddings, Baptisms and Funerals
Numbers attending are severely limited by the pandemic rules. There is a maximum of 15 at Weddings (increasing to 30 after 17th May) and 30 at Funerals. Baptisms are more difficult, with the advice being to keep attendance to parents and godparents only (increasing to 30 after 17th May). These limits are expected to be in place till the end of the lockdown.