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Free family BBQ

Free family BBQ

By Ben Vane, 20 May 2016

Saturday 4th June from 4.30pm Join us for a free family BBQ with a free bouncy castle and free puppet and music show by 'Inspector Smart':https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9wf7b8ChUsAll are welcome. This i...

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Super Heroes Quiz Night

Super Heroes Quiz Night

By Margaret Hobbs, 24 Apr 2016

A Family Quiz Night was held on the theme of Superheroes on Sat 23rd April - thanks to Quizmaster Luigi!...

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Holiday Club family quiz night

Holiday Club family quiz night

By Ben Vane, 01 Apr 2016

If your children enjoy holiday club this coming week, don't let it end there.  Bring them along to our Superheroes Family Quiz night! It's on Saturday 23rd April from 5.30pm-7.30pm in the Large Hall at St Thomas Church.  It's suitable for children of all ages accompanied by an adult - and the more adults the merrier! A great reunion for them, and we hope a chance for you...

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Light Party

Light Party

By Val Weddell, 23 Oct 2015

Come along for an evening for fun, songs, craft games and Bible story. As the nights get longer, why not shed a little light on your family's life by coming along to our Light Party on Saturday 31st October. As an alternative to roaming the streets in scary costumes, we are going to have a whole lot of fun and games in the Church Hall. Parents are welcome to stay and enjoy the fun too. ...

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Want to make your marriage even better?

Want to make your marriage even better?

By Margaret Hobbs, 30 Aug 2015

7 Saturdays from 8-10pm starting 26th September, The Marriage Course. This is for any couple who want to work together at their relationship. The course is beneficial and enjoyable for those whose marriage is already strong, but also helps couples who are going through difficulties, helping to re-open communication in a guided and constructive way. Although the course is based ...

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Parents & Toddlers is changing!

Parents & Toddlers is changing!

By Margaret Hobbs, 30 Aug 2015

Looking for something fun to do with your pre-schooler?  Parents & Toddlers starts again on 9th September, but now in the MORNINGS and in the GUIDE HUT (across the car park from the main church halls).  9.30-11.00 for coffee, chat, circle time (singing and Bible story).  Why stop at 11? If you would be interested in joining a free English language course, please contact Margaret (07825 ...

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Lifted!

By Margaret Hobbs, 29 Aug 2015

Want to get a great buzz from a night out with our local musicians? The Power of Ten Concert is on Saturday 12th September, 7.30pm. Tickets £5 available from the church office 020 8245 9152. A wide range of dancable music from soul to gospel, rock to pop - nibbles provided but bring your own drinks....

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Chairs for sale

Chairs for sale

By Mark Jackson, 03 Jul 2015

We are interested in finding out whether any church would like to buy our chairs, as we are thinking of getting chairs that will stack. They are comfortable and in good condition, with back rest, hangers (on the back) for kneelers, and holders attached to the back to hold hymnbooks and Bibles. They can be attached into rows using small clips on the legs....

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Farewell to Kaushal David

By Sarah Rowlands, 30 Jun 2015

On Sunday 28th June, St Thomas bade farewell to our Assistant Minister, Kaushal David, who has been with us for five years, with cake and fellowship in the church hall. Christopher gave a short address on Kaushal’s valuable contributions to church life, and Kaushal himself made a farewell speech encouraging us all to keep going with God. Kaushal is going to be a curate in St Mary’s, Nantwic...

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Ladies Dinner

By Sarah Rowlands, 30 Jun 2015

On June 24th, the ladies of St Thomas’ Church gathered at Red Bamboo Chinese restaurant on Green Lanes to enjoy a two course meal, chat and catch up, and hear Adele Burgess of Oakhill College give us a short address. Adele spoke about her upbringing in Scotland, her parents’ conversion to Christianity and her own, her time working for PwC and her transition into studying at Oakhill, and the...

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