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Advent/Christmas Greetings from Fr. Brad

Who would have thought last year, as we all prepared for Christmas, and then celebrated the coming in of the New Year, that 2020 would play out the way it has?  We have no lived memory of a global pandemic, and it is so sad to see the chaos, tragedy and suffering that COVID has wrought in the lives of so many people around the world. The suffering has not been limited to the virus itself; loneliness, isolation, neglected health conditions, postponed surgeries and treatments, drug addictions, domestic turmoil, have all risen dramatically in these last several months.  read more

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Important Notice

Please check this website on a regular basis for updates

ALL  Services Cancelled for in-person attendance until further notice

This is a summary of the letter we received from the Diocese on Dec. 21, (click here for full text ).

We are trying to spread this message and please spread it among your friends.

From the Diocese:

1. Beginning on Dec. 24th and continuing until we are notified, no in-person worship is permitted.  We are in the process of informing those who signed up for our Christmas Eve service.

2. Church buildings are closed except for essential maintenance and recording of on-line services.

3. Food ministries may continue with takeout only and precautions.

4.  Weddings, funerals and baptisms are postponed unless the bishop gives special permission.

5. Pastoral care is by phone and video calls except in an emergency and with multiple precautions.

6.  Fellowship and children’s activities are on-line only.

If you have questions or concerns, please contact one of the wardens (Barb 613-403-2615, Ev 613-969-1393.

Stay safe,

Brad, Ev, Barb


Volunteer Opportunity

TGIF Frozen Dinner preparation

Alternate Mondays, 8:30 am – 1:00 pm

As you may know, a small group of volunteers has carried on the St. Thomas effort to prepare and donate 120 frozen dinners for distribution to those in need. What was a once-a-month activity with a over a dozen volunteers before COVID, has since morphed into an every-other-week cooking session with a roster of only 4 volunteers. As we head into the colder seasons and a possible “second wave", the need for these frozen meals is expected to increase. 

Now that we are more aware of how COVID spreads and the best ways to protect ourselves, perhaps you might consider joining our small team?

We cook at Bridge St. United as it is a much larger kitchen that allows for social distancing at all times. There is a maximum of 6 people allowed in the kitchen at any given time. We wear masks the entire time and are extra careful about hand washing and sanitization. 

Our partnership with Bridge St. United on this front has been very successful and a testament to what we as Christians can do when we work together.

Please contact the office at 613 962-3636 for further information.


Sheila Stanley


 Message from Fr. Brad



"Regardless of how thick or intense the darkness might seem, the Light shines in the darkness and the darkness can never overcome it."

Fr. Brad






Further Information is also  available on the diocesan website by way of the COVID-19 Resource Hub. 


St. Thomas' Food Ministry

Led by Sheila Stanley, St. Thomas’ Food ministry is one of the ways that St Thomas’ Anglican Church helps to address food insecurity in our community.

New Director of Music

We are delighted to announce that Robert Martin is our new Director of Music. He is a pianist, organist and singer with over eighteen years' experience playing in churches, almost twenty years as a voice teacher and over twenty five years singing professionally.  We are confident that under his leadership, our Music Ministry will continue to enhance our worship. 







A Caring Community

St. Thomas' Church delivers support for Wounded Warriors Canada. read more


 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.



Kitchen user education

 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

HOYER MEMORIAL FUND  for more information




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Baptism - For information on being baptised, please go here 
Weddings - If you are interested in celebrating your wedding at St. Thomas', please go here 






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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Sunday Jan. 24 - 2021
Sunday Jan. 24 - 2021
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