Downloads Library Forecourt
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The Church Main Downloads Library is always accessible by clicking the middle door.
The Church Members’ Library and the DCC Library contain internal documents like rotas and draft DCC documents not yet published. Both of these libraries need a password, so please email web site administrator from the Contact Us page for a logon if you need one.
If there are any documents or other items you can’t see or you’d like included in any of the libraries, please contact the site administrator from the Contact Us page.
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St Thomas News Archive
This page shows the St Thomas news items current in the homepage “Other News” panel and an archive of all news items posted since October 2015.
Tuesday mornings from 9.15 to 11.15am
A special time for children, parents and carers to come together to play, sing and hear stories. Refreshments and snacks for all, £1 per family. Click here for more info.
Next Meeting on Thursday 8th June at 2.30pm
We meet every month on the second Thursday from 2.30-4pm at St Thomas' Church.
A typical afternoon meeting would be tea and delicious cakes, with an opportunity to talk and get to know each other. From time to time we plan to have
visiting speakers and other activities.
For more details please contact Christine Adali on:
click programme below to pop-up Easter Service Details; right click to download & save
Unknowing is at the centre of spiritual life. It is only by creating a space in which anything can happen that we allow God to speak; only by stepping back that we allow space for that unpredictable Spirit that brings us gifts beyond any of our imaginings. Accepting that there is much that we do not know and cannot control frees us to walk the path of faith. We will use this day to explore alone and together how we can be more open to the guidance of the Spirit. Jennifer Kavanagh is a Quaker writer and broadcaster. She has published 6 books on the spiritual life and recently appeared on Radio 4’s ‘Thought for the Day’.
Pelagos is delighted to welcome Margaret Sentamu to lead our Lenten Quiet Day this year on March 12th at St Thomas' Church.
(click image above to open poster, then right click to save) (click here for booking form)You are warmly invited to join us and please do invite and encourage others who may be interested in taking some time to reflect during Lent. If you would like to print or pass on the poster below please right click in the picture to save and print. Places are limited and those booked before Feb 14th are just £20. Anyone who would like to come but needs help with costs can email Revd Joanna Gallant in confidence at email@example.com
Hannah is an ordinand, training for the priesthood at Ripon College, Cuddesdon. God willing, she will be ordained deacon in 2017. Says Hannah, "I will be on placement with you until just before Easter and am really looking forward to getting to know you more and being part of such a lovely community". To read much more about Hannah, visit the Church Members' Library at: http://www.stthomasbeaconsfield.org.uk/?page_id=1170
The St Vincent de Paul Society (SVP) is holding a Service for Refugees on Mon 23rd Nov in St Teresa’s Church, Warwick Road, Beaconsfield from 8-9pm that will include hymns, readings, reflections and prayer. In the well-established tradition of Christian unity in Beaconsfield, the SVP group extends a warm welcome for all to attend.
Film Show: Paddington on Saturday 21 November at 2.30 pm in St Thomas' Hall. Everyone welcome to come along to enjoy this fun film. We'd also be grateful for homemade cakes and help on the day - please sign up on the sheet at the back of the church if you are able to provide homemade cakes, and let Chris Jones know if you are available between 1.45-4.15 pm to help with refreshments.
It is time to finish off all shoeboxes this week for our Christmas Shoebox appeal. The leaflets explaining what to put in our shoeboxes and the flat pack boxes, are now ready for collection at the back of the church. A donation of £3 is needed to accompany each box, to help pay for transportation. If you can't fill a shoebox but would like to help, donations towards the boxes made up by Kiln Court residents, would be much appreciated. All the filled boxes, will be blessed in church on next Sunday 15th November.