Announcements –  June 4 - 10, 2023

Meetings up and coming:

1. Tues. June 6 – Toastmasters – 7 pm

2. Wed. June 7–  Can. Fed. Of University Women -5:30pm – 8:30pm

3. Fri. June 9 - Beavers and Cubs -6 pm

4. Sat. June 10 – Jersusaleum Mission Church service- 3 -6 pm


          Coming events/ Activities  


1. Summer Church Services will begin on Sunday, July 2. There will be one service only at 9:30 am.


2. Fabric/Yarn/craft supplies -

            Fundraiser at St. Thomas Anglican Church

The Stitchers and Knitters are planning a Fabric/Yarn/Crochet/Craft supplies sale at the St. Thomas’ Anglican Church on September 29 and 30. Please support the                                                   Stitchers and knitters with your donations of sewing, knitting, crochet and craft supplies for this fundraiser.

3. Parish Photo Directory- The directory will be printed soon and I need numbers of copies to order. If people are interested in purchasing books, they may do so at a price of $20. Please  keep in mind that all the parishioners photographed by Universal Portrait Studios will receive a free copy of the directory so you don’t need to order one. Please contact the office (613-962-3636) as soon as possible. Thank you.

4. Alex Kohlsmith Quartet – Prince Edward County


            Sunday, May 28, 2023       at 5 pm

             Tickets - $15 (available at the door)

                        St. John’s Anglican Church,

                          73 North St., Stirling, ON                                                        8.

5. Belleville Cemetery Celebrates 150 years

Saturday, June 17, 11 am

- guided walking tours

- remarks from local dignitaries

-light refreshments

See poster on bulletin board near office for more information.


6. St. Thomas Book Club - September 17

The  next St. Thomas book club meeting will be Sunday September 17th, after the 10:30 service until 1 pm. Bring a brown bag lunch. If the weather is fine we can meet outside. We will be discussing the topic of Christian Hospitality.  Some of us will be reading Making Room: recovering hospitality as a Christian tradition.  It is by Christine Pohl.  Feel free, however, to read something else on the topic if you wish, as that can add to the richness of the discussion. This topic is timely as our parish visions a post-pandemic St. Thomas. Have a great summer of reading. If you have any questions contact Bernadette Hymus at [email protected] 613-922-4353