Our Mission is to be a church community that is welcoming, outward-looking and outward-reaching, rooted in prayer and worship.
We are an inclusive Anglican Church in the Catholic Tradition on the West side of the River Exe in Exeter. You are very welcome to join us at any of our services and events - please see 'What's On?' for details or explore our website and find out more about us and our team.
We meet in church for a service of Holy Communion at 10:30am on Sunday.
Ash Wednesday marks the start of the season of Lent,
and there will be a special service in Church on 2nd March with imposition of Ashes at 10 o'clock,
and a zoom service at 7pm: click here for the link and here for the service sheet.
Our Lent, Holy Week and Easter programme for 2022 can be found here
Check out the St Thomas Blog for talks given in Holy Week
and Revd Sarah's sermon on on Easter Day.
There is also a traditional service of Holy Communion in church every Wednesday at 10am.
For particular arrangements for worship, prayer and support during this pandemic please click here.
More information, including prayers and readings for the day, can be found on the pewsheet, via the tab above.
Wearing masks is not compulsory but we would still recommend it, and you may sit at some distance if you wish.
Please dress up very warmly as the church is extremely cold!
The church is open for times of reflection and prayer from 10-3 Monday to Friday. You are very welcome to sit for a time in this holy space and to light a candle.
Scroll down our Blog for a statement, prayers, and a poem about currents events in Ukraine.
In the wider community, we have joined together with local ministers from St Thomas Methodist Church, St Thomas Baptist Church and Riverside, and with many other local representatives to establish a Community Larder. The Community Larder will support people and families who are experiencing reduced incomes or who have lost their jobs because of the pandemic.
Find out more about how to receive support or how to donate HERE
Finance & Fundraising
You can find details of contributing to the restoration of St Thomas Church by joining the 200 Club monthly draw
There will be a Winter Market in the Church buildings and grounds on Saturday November 20, 12-4
Download a poster here