A message from Fr David Nixon, Rector of St Thomas during the Coronavirus pandemic
The staff team are working with the whole congregation to help parishioners to keep in touch with each other by phone, and by email or other social media. We are now sending out the pewsheet weekly by post only to those who are unable to get to Church, but we are still sending this out by email in advance to our mailing list, and it is available in hard copy on a Sunday morning in Church. If you wish to be on the email list, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also use this email for contacting us about baptisms and marriages, which we have joyfully resumed.
More information on the latest pewsheet and on the St Thomas Blog.
We are currently meeting in the Church Hall at 10.30 on Sunday morning for Mass (until the end of March 2023).
Have you visited St Thomas Blog yet? Keep up to date with our news and views and you can also hear or read reflections and sermons
The church building will be open Monday to Friday from 10am-3pm for private prayer. Please use the hand sanitizer provided and maintain social distance.
If a member of your family or a friend has died and you would like to speak to someone, please follow this link to contact one of us or if you would like us to pray for someone who has died or is ill or grieving.
You could also contact CRUSE who offer specialist support and care for bereavement.
Up to date advice from the Church of England can be found on this page
You may find the following links useful to support yourselves and your family, friends and beyond during this unsettling time
Simple Acts of Worship
Prayers for use during the Coronavirus outbreak
More information and advice from Exeter CC, Devon CC and Wellbeing Exeter can be found HERE
Other practical help may be found from:-
Exeter Foodbank - if you're struggling to buy food (also see Community Larder)
MIND Mental Health Charity - if you are feeling overwhelmed by the pandemic or other issues
Co-operate from the Coop - supporting our community
Age UK - if you are elderly and need advice or support
Age UK has moved from Cowick Street but can still offer support for older people on: