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Welcome to St Thomas' Church Holtspur

St Thomas' is an Anglican church with an informal tradition.Read More...

We are part of the Beaconsfield Anglican Team Ministry along with St Mary's and All Saints Church in the centre of Beaconsfield Old Town and with St Michael and All Angels Church based in Beaconsfield New Town.

We are a friendly, welcoming and caring church community.  Our wish is that we grow together in faith with support and encouragement. 

Together we seek to help people relate their lives to God, to grow in faith and discipleship and to show God's love in the wider community.


Here are some NEWS and HIGHLIGHTS of what's on and coming soon at St Thomas'...


21st August 2016
Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity
9.00am Church Prayer
10am Holy Communion
we welcome the congregation of St Mary's
as we share worship and fellowship
3.30-5pm Hats Off to the Queen
Tea Party at St Thomas Hall - all welcome

28th August 2016
Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity

9.30am Church Prayer

10am Morning Praise: Songs of Praise


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  • Chloe Mutton and youth work in Beaconsfield

    Chloe is the new Young Life worker in Beaconsfield. Her role is to be youth worker for all Chloe Mutton1the Churches in Beaconsfield with a large emphasis on outreach and building relationships with young people who don't know about God.

    Chloe is married to Sam who is also a youth worker and they enjoy walking, chatting and drinking lots of coffee!

    Says Chloe, "I am passionate about community development work and this job really excites me as we have the opportunity to share who God is with so many young people and get alongside them wherever they are in their journey to faith".

    "I am really looking forward to getting to know everyone so if you fancy a coffee or chat at any point please do get in touch".

    Young Life is an organisation with a presence in over 70 countries worldwide. It offers hope with spiritual values to nearly a million teenagers each year and is for every teenager - regardless of ability, race, religious tradition or culture.

    Young Life logo1To contact Chloe, email her at :  cmutton@ylinternational.org or ring St Mary's parish office at 01494 676690.

  • Wycombe Homeless Connection

    Would you consider giving a donation to  Wycombe Homeless Connection? Please look at the WHC website here to find out how to donate, or simply text your gift to 70070 (eg WYHC08£10). Now is also the time to sign up as a night shelter volunteer, please look at the WHC website for details.

    Wycombe Homeless Connection is a registered charity in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, with a mission to help the homeless people of the town through the provision of:

    • Support, advocacy, resettlement and tenancy support services all the year round - currently being used by about 400 people each year

    • Its work focuses on those who do not qualify for council help and have nowhere else to turn. Our vision is not just to meet immediate need, but to help our guests rebuild their lives.

  • Embrace the Middle East

    Embrace logoThe Charity Embrace The Middle East has launched an emergency appeal for our Christian partners in Gaza.   Gaza appeal ‘Picking up the pieces’: Rashid has seen first hand the devastation and despair that is Gaza. Read More...

    Not yet eight years old, he has witnessed the destruction of homes, injury to relatives and the fear in the eyes of his parents. Being so young, he is unaware that the social care and support systems in the Gaza Strip have been overwhelmed by 100,000 displaced people, or that schools have become field hospitals. Amid the conflict and oppression, a tiny Christian community stands ready to pick up the pieces. There are only 1,300 Palestinian Christians left in Gaza, but they are champions of social justice in this shattered environment. They provide an emergency medical response and humanitarian aid, counsel traumatized and bereaved people, and educate a generation that longs to see a future beyond the cycle of hatred and violence. One partner has asked that we ‘Pray that we might be different from the darkness that is spreading around us. Pray that we will stay true to the message of the Gospel. Pray that we will be salt and light to the people around us at this time.’ To donate, please visit  www.embraceme.org/gaza and for up-to-date prayer requests, please visit  www.embraceme.org/pray. 
    Please help us to support our partners as they deal with the effects of the current conflict.

  • Alpha Courses in Beaconsfield

    alpha logoWant to know more about God's relevance to your life in today's world?  Check out Alpha Courses in Beaconsfield.  Alpha Courses run throughout the Beaconsfield Parish from time to time.  To find out and learn more, contact Kevin Beer 01494 673021  or Flora Pedler 01494 674146.


  • Tom’s Tots

    Tom's Tots Continues Popular - More Help Needed! 

    Tom's Tots on Tuesday mornings is proving to be very popular with about 30 children and Tom's Tots logo1_smalltheir carers coming along. But more help is needed. There is a sign up list at the back of the church for the next 9 sessions. Could you do 1 or 2? Setting up starts at 9am and the toys etc are put away at 11am, when the children and their carers go into the Lounge for story time, singing and prayers. In between help is needed with refreshments and just generally to chat with the people who are there. Can you offer part of a morning? Please sign up to help if you can - even if it is for only 1 or 2 sessions. Contact - Ruth Moores or Narinder. Click here for more

  • Newham Homeless Connection

    Mission: The Newham Renewal Programme 

    • We give thanks for our friends in Newham
    image005We pray for the people they seek to help from many races and countries with so many diverse problems.  We give thanks that, after so many twists and turns, they have finally sorted out issues over accommodation for R.A.M.P and for the opportunity to do more work by now having the space to do it. They will shortly be moving R.A.M.P, their college and their administration function into the Shalom Centre in Newham.

  • Whispers of Love

    girl reading book by Viktor Hanacek -attributedJeremy Brooks' new book ‘Whispers of Love’ has now been published and is available from him for a price of £10 (rrp £13.99).  It offers a collection of readings, hymns, and prayers for funerals and memorial services.


Downloads Libraries

Click the button for the MAIN DOWNLOADS LIBRARY FORECOURT to view and download latest service sheets and other St Thomas downloads, and to view the latest parish magazine or click here to download the latest St Thomas service sheet only

Hope Community Drop-in

Visit the Hope Community Drop-in any and every Friday, between 8.45am & 10.45am at Holtspur Youth Club building on the Holtspur sports ground. There's free fresh coffee,  biscuits and chat. Click the button or here for more about the Hope Community Drop-in.