The Church continues to be alive and active, and is now OPEN for private prayer
Thursday to Saturday 11am to 2pm and Sundays Noon to 3pm.
Please observe hygiene controls, use the hand sanitiser (provided) and please follow the direction of our volunteers. In order to keep the church clean of the virus, we will be using a different section of the church each day. Heritage visitors are asked to be patient and to save their visit until we are fully open.
You can still join others online for prayer and worship, details can be found here. Worship at St Thomas’ also continues online. Email us for an invitation to join in the Zoom Meeting or watch on Facebook Live every Sunday at 10:30am. We have an active Facebook page and group supporting one another online.
Andrew Sillis, our vicar, can be contacted by email firstname.lastname@example.org or in an emergency by calling 07951 904122.
Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength ... Love your neighbour as yourself. There is no commandment greater than these.
To protect the vulnerable among us, please continue to stay home except for essential trips.
09:15 Informal Worship
10:30 Parish Eucharist
11:30 Holy Communion
We may run additional services or adjust the type of service at the above regular times to fit with the Christian calendar and the work of our missions. Please visit our events page for further details.
Thanks for stopping by. We’re glad you’re here and hope to see you at one of our worship services or fundraising events. Our services aren’t just something we attend or do and we aren’t just a building or an event. We are a people, a community and a family and you are most welcome to join us at any time.
We are St Thomas' in the Parish of Stourbridge and the Diocese of Worcester. As Christians we're all about one life - the life of Jesus, the Son of God. The Bible teaches that Jesus was God Himself, come to live in His world as a human to fix the broken relationship with our Creator. Perhaps you've never thought about it very much, but the life of Jesus has a tremendous impact upon you from a very early age.
It doesn't matter how you have ended up on our page, as we said we're glad you're here and we're happy to help and support you in any way we can.
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GETTING TO ST THOMAS'
Use the Network West Midlands website to plan your journey.
By main line train to Stourbridge Junction then passenger shuttle train from platform 1 to Stourbridge Town followed by a short walk to the bus station.
By bus to Stourbridge Interchange (bus station).
Walk through the bus station, down the steps to the underpass, turn left at the junction to arrive at the High Street. Turn right on to High Street and either 1. walk down to the junction with Market Street (at the clock) and continue up Market Street to St Thomas' or 2. turn left at Coffee#1 and walk through Ryemarket Shopping Centre to the exit next to Waitrose.
There are abundant public parking facilities in the vicinity of the church.
Public car parking is available at Tesco Extra (entrance from Bath Road) with up to 2 hours free parking (there is no facility to pay for additional time) or at the Ryemarket Shopping Centre car park (entrance from New Road - next to Aldi - drive round the back of Aldi to the car park ramp). Charges can be found here (Scale 2). Additional car parks are available on Coventry Street and Birmingham Road.
Free on street parking is available inside the ring road on Market Street, High Street and Lower High Street - Monday to Saturday 8am to 6pm maximum of 1 hour, no return with 1 hour (unlimited at other times). Outside the ring road on Worcester Street, Green Street, Lion Street and Greenfield Avenue.
St Thomas' Church
Phone: (01384) 394185
Monday to Friday
0930 to 1230
(hours may vary during school holidays)