Welcome to The Parish Church of St Thomas and St Edmund's Website
"Welcome to St Thomas's website! Wherever you are in the world, we're glad you dropped by. Here in the heart of Salisbury we seek God in a broad and welcoming Anglican environment. Encountering God in a beautiful, but unselfconscious, worship, we pray that the encounter will propel us out to serve all God's people here."
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‘Serving God in the heart of the city'
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Services in the week
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APCM - 26 April
Save the date. The Annual Parochial Church Meeting will be after the 10.15am service in church, followed by a shared lunch. What can you give to St Thomas's? What would you like to give? Come and find out more at this meeting.
Do you need to join the Electoral Roll?
Read more here. You need to be a member of the church to vote at the APCM or join the PCC.
Letter from the RectorThis month we are asking you to focus on your giving to support our work as a congregation. Read the Rector's letter here.
Lent 2015 - There's something for everyone!
You may only need to give up some time this year for Lent, not chocolate! There is a fantastic range of opportunities for you to focus on Lent this year. See the leaflet and come and join in.
Lent Giving 2015 - Morning Star (Salisbury)
It is a tradition at St Thomas's that our annual Lent Giving goes to a charity nominated by the congregation. This year it is Morning Star (Salisbury). Read about the wonderful work they do with people who are hurting and broken hearted here. Please leave your Lent giving in a clearly marked envelope either in the black church safe or the Parish Office letter box.
Lent Secret Church gathering
There will be another gathering of local folk taking part in a Christian meeting at a secret location in or around Salisbury in the near future. We take on the aspects of a church gathering in a country where Christianity is not a safe way of life. Look out for more details on how to get involved. Please pray for the Persecuted Church. See the Open Doors website for more information on having to hide your faith.
Our Links page
Have you visited our Links page yet? Details of a variety of organisations that may be of interested are listed. If you know of a website or organisation that may be appropriate, do contact the webmaster.
Bell Ringers needed
If you are interested in keeping this very British tradition alive, please contact Nigel - email@example.com or Margaret - 01722 503 178.
Redevelopment of the Church
The PCC has made decisions about the redevelopment of the church on behalf of the congregation. The following projects will be pursued:
Choir Members needed
If you are interested in joining any of our choirs - Junior, Boys, Girls or Adult, please contact John Dempster, our Choir Master after a service or on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Latest comment on Trip Advisor
"Don't miss this little gem of a church - still retains all the love that was endowed on it by its builders. Very peaceful inside, although life throbs outside. Close your eyes and soak up the atmosphere."
A Contemplative Walk around the church
We have a new leaflet to help you walk thoughtfully around the church. Click here to view it.
Renting a room in St Thomas's House
Do you know any groups that might be interested in renting a room in St Thomas’s House? We now have three rooms available:
Please contact Lynn in the office about room bookings. The Parish Office: Open Monday to Thursday from 09.30am until 2pm.
For a photo tour of the church,
Our Parish Centre is at St Thomas's House next to the church. We have a lovely room, well equipped kitchen and garden which are available for hire for business meetings, training, lectures, receptions & private gatherings.
For further information, please click here to see our latest prices.
For bookings email: