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Recent Events

Celebrating the new Republic of South Sudan

On Sunday, July 10th, we celebrated with our Sudanese brothers and sisters the formation of their new country, the Republic of South Sudan.

Dave Lucas and friends on International Sextons' Day 2011

Office Staff Celebrate International Sextons' Day

On Friday, June 4th, the staff at St. Thomas' Church office had their second annual celebration of International Sextons' Day.  Thank you to our sextons for their fantastic work in the upkeep of our church!

Christmas Dinner Interview with NTV News

Christmas Hampers 2010

Christmas Caroling 2010

Christmas at HMP 2010

Family Bowling Night, November 5, 2010

September 19th, 2010 Opening Anniversary Celebrations

On September 19th we began the celebrations for our 175th Anniversary.  We used the same form of service used when St. Thomas' Church first opened for worship(the 1662 Book of Common Prayer) and our sidespeople dressed in period costumes.  Archdeacon Sandra Tilley brought greetings from Bishop Cy(who was off the island that weekend) and Bishop Len Whiten was our guest preacher.  During the service there as a special choir anthem and liturgical dance by Zion's Daughters.  The service was followed by a BBQ behind the church.  For information on upcoming events in Celebration of our Anniversary, please visit our 175th Anniversary page.

2009 Christmas Day Dinner

2009 Turkey Tea Takeout


Alpha-Fall 2009


Many thanks from the Fall Fair Committee to everyone who helped in any way with our Fall Fair on October 3rd.  We are pleased to report that our total so far is over $12, 800 which is more than this time last year.  We are also expecting to receive more cash donations.

St. Thomas' Valentines Dinner 2009

The Rector receives a visit from Toni-Marie Claus, Christmas 2008

U2 Service New Year's Eve

This year's New Year's Eve service was a wonderful event. Our theme was "with the poorest of the poor" and we worked together with Oxfam Canada to raise money for the Make Poverty History campaign. Bill Hynd, local director of Oxfam, did an excellent presentation on poverty in the world and John Paul Westin gave a meditation on how the incarnation is the way God deals with the poverty of His children and creation. U2 & God (3in1) was a wonderful service with fantastic musicians playing cover versions fo U2 songs  in an inspiring and devotional setting- the Holy Communion service. Musicians Alex Dinn, Ian Foster, the group "Foundation" contributed to a very memorable evening and a great launch into a new year of grace 2009!