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Music at St. Thomas’ 2019 - 2020

St. Thomas' Church in Belleville has launched the 2019-20120 music series with the first performance held on Sunday Nov 17th. Read more to find out all about this season's popular events.


A Trombone & Organ Concert

Trombonist Jean-Mathieu Royer and organists Matthieu Latreille and Francine Nguyen-Savaria will present a trombone and organ concert at St. Thomas' Anglican Church in Belleville, on Sunday, February 16ᵗʰ at 4:30 PM. A musician since his childhood, Jean-Mathieu Royer graduated with honours from the Montreal Conservatoire of Music, obtaining his Master's degree in 2016. He has played in a variety of music ensembles throughout the greater Montreal area, be it classical, jazz or popular. Jean-Mathieu is currently part of various groups as a musician and arranger, including the ska francophone group “Les Happycuriens,” which he joined in 2012. His versatility on the trombone makes him a complete instrumentalist.

Admission is by donation.



Ministry Opportunity

St. Thomas’ Anglican Church in Belleville, Ontario is searching for a Director of Music. St. Thomas’ has a rich musical heritage rooted in the Anglican tradition. We are open to new ideas and change. We are blessed with a well-maintained 1977 Gabriel Kney organ.

We welcome applicants read more

Single use plastics

At a meeting of parish council on May 9, consideration was given to a recommendation by the kitchen management committee to eliminate, where possible, the use of single use plastics within the church.  This includes products such as plastic straws, Styrofoam cups, certain food containers etc. This initiative was endorsed by council but not to the extent of a total ban. 

Seeking a "greener" environment is not new nor is the concept of Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Work has been done in this area for years at St. Thomas' and this is but one more prime example.
What can you do to help reduce or eliminate green house gases and ocean plastics? 
Perhaps reading this article will inspire you in some way.
Another small step involves the recycling of certain tea bags as compostable waste. Because many of these products contain plastic there is now a new practise for kitchen users:
         "Until we find a brand that does not contain plastic please do not put tea bags in the compost". Attached is a link to an article that you may find informative.


Meatless Monday at St. Thomas'  

Meatless Monday is a global movement that everyone can join – and enjoy! It’s easy, inexpensive and a chance to make a really make difference. Read more and find recipes.






 Please stay current with proper kitchen safety and practices.

The Kitchen Manual can be found as a download in the Resource section of this website. This should be read periodically by all users to keep updated. Any questions should be directed to the church kitchen management team. This is important for insurance purposes.

Education sessions for those requiring supervisor training or those wishing an update will be held as needed. Please give your name to the office and the Kitchen Team will get back to you with the time of the next session. The education only takes about half an hour, but it’s a vital part of our compliance with local health and safety regulations, now that we have been approved to cook and serve food to the general public.

Register for training through the office by phoning 613 962-3636 or emailing 



Following considerable discussion, the purpose, funding sources, project proposals and application process have been redefined.  click here to get all the details




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St Thomas' Anglican Church, Belleville, is a church of the Anglican Diocese of Ontario


which is a part of the Anglican Church of Canada ,.


a province of the Worldwide Anglican Communion .




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Coming Events
Sunday Jan. 26 - 2020
Sunday Jan. 26 - 2020
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Sunday Jan. 26 - 2020
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