What's Happening

 Below are some of the events that are going on in the Church and the Community.

Tri-Parish and Friends for Refugees

posted Mar 28, 2016, 1:34 PM by St Thomas' Anglican Church   [ updated Apr 24, 2016, 3:31 AM ]

Three Churches and their associated friends have decided to help refugees by pooling their financial and human resources. The Churches in the group are St.Philip’s Anglican Church, St. Thomas’ Anglican Church and Trinity Memorial Church. Concerned friends from inside and outside the 3 parishes are lending a hand.
The alarming situation of worldwide refugees has been brought to new heights ever since the 2011 crisis in Syria. Tri-Parish and Friends for Refugees is working to assist refugees through sponsorship and resettlement in the Montreal area. The first step will be sponsorship of a refugee family.

Support will be raised at a variety of events by the Churches noted above and you may find more information at each of them in the future.

    - St Thomas' will be having a Taizé Service of Music and Reflections on Sunday the 24th of April at 4:00pm

The three Churches listed above have immediately begun to accept donations to raise funds to sponsor the first family. Presently you may contribute with the church collection envelope, and mark the amount of your donation that is to be allocated towards the Refugee program. Trinity and St. Philip's are accepting donations online at their Canada Helps pages which may be found in the document below.

Please read the document below for more information about what is being done to help Refugees.

Thursday Night BIBLE STUDY

posted Jun 13, 2014, 5:36 PM by St Thomas' Anglican Church   [ updated Mar 13, 2016, 12:02 PM ]


at St. Thomas' Church (NDG)

Come! WE are a friendly group! Read with us the parables of Luke and together we can strengthen our faith journeys through reading, conversation, and prayer. All are welcome! Invite your friends & neighbours.

Thomas Merton wrote:

"We are living in the greatest revolution in history---…

This revolution is a profound spiritual crisis of the whole world, manifested largely in desperation, cynicism, violence, conflict, self –contradiction, ambivalence, fear and hope, doubt and belief, creation and destructiveness, progress and regression, obsessive attachments to images, idols, slogans, programs that only dull the general anguish for a moment until it burst out everywhere in a still more acute and terrifying form. We do not know if we are building a fabulously wonderful world or destroying all that we have ever had, all that we have ever achieved."


Enter by the ramp door. We’re in the Rectory (NE corner Somerled & Mariette).

We begin at 7:30 pm.


The NDG Leader Toastmasters

posted Oct 12, 2012, 2:12 PM by Guy   [ updated Jul 10, 2015, 8:29 AM by St Thomas' Anglican Church ]

The NDG Leader Toastmasters are meeting in the St. Thomas basement every Thursday night at 7:30pm - 9:00pm.  You are welcome to come and visit, it is free and open to everyone.  Toastmasters is a non-profit organization whose mission is to help you improve your verbal communication and leadership skills, while building your confidence in front of an audience.  It is a well proven program that was founded in 1924 and has now grown into a global organization with over 280,000 members in 13,500 clubs in 116 countries.
Hoping you get a chance to drop in.
For more information please contact John Gupta VP Membership at (514)336-1447 or Sandro Paliotti – President at (514)369-2116 or visit www.toastmasters.org

The Clothesline

posted Sep 14, 2012, 10:43 AM by Guy   [ updated Mar 12, 2016, 3:41 AM by St Thomas' Anglican Church ]

Offering nearly new clothing, books, CD’s and household treasures

Thursdays from 1-4pm and the first Saturday of the month from 11am- 3pm.  Use side door entrance on Rosedale.

Youth - Free As the Spirit takes us

posted Sep 11, 2012, 11:57 AM by Guy   [ updated Mar 7, 2016, 5:46 PM by St Thomas' Anglican Church ]

St Thomas’ is proud to offer a thriving youth program called F.A.S.t (Free As the Spirit takes us) run by our qualified Children’s and Youth Coordinator Lee-Ann Matthews.  The F.A.S.t. program  aims to build faith, friends and followers through many different exciting activities such as yoga, art, baking and lots of sharing and connecting.  All children are welcome to participate on Sunday mornings at 10am, downstairs in the church hall.
Thanks to Lee-Ann and Kuki for their wonderful work with the St. Thomas youth!
Please read the latest from the Youth Co-ordinator Lee-Ann listed below.
For more information please speak to Lee-Ann or call the office 514-484-2750.
  Check out F.A.S.t on Facebook.

Calling all Choristers!

posted Sep 11, 2012, 5:46 AM by Guy   [ updated Jul 10, 2015, 8:29 AM by St Thomas' Anglican Church ]

With the beginning of the Fall Season we are looking for people to join our parish choir !
No formal musical training is necessary. You just need to be willing to sing, learn and have some fun with a group of dedicated members from the St. Thomas communities.

 Practices are at 9:00AM Sundays with occasional (monthly) Sunday rehearsals after the service for about 75 minutes.

Contacts: Fred Francis after the service or e-mail: 
or phone daytime 514-848-2424 ext. 3958 evenings 514-935-1460

Royal Canadian College of Organists (RCCO) – Music Theory & Sight Singing Course – “Revelation Choir”

Under the auspices of the RCCO, Montréal Centre, a basic music theory and sight singing course is being held at St. Thomas’ Church.  Participants (who form the Revelation Choir) come from many of the west end deanery churches as well as from other denominations.   The choir has sung evensong at St.. Thomas, as well as participated in various diocesans events.   If you like choral music, enjoy discovering the world of music, and meeting with a fun-loving group of amateur music lovers.

Please contact: Fred Francis (see coordinates above).   Special choral lectures and workshops have been given by Scott Bradford, (St. James the Apostle), Chris Grocholski (Trinity Memorial), John Gilbert  (musical director for “Chicago” and musical director Segal Centre). 

 The group meets on Tuesday evenings at 19h00 -20h30 starting September 11th 2012. 

Food Drive

posted Oct 19, 2009, 1:17 PM by St Thomas' Anglican Church   [ updated Jul 10, 2015, 8:29 AM ]

Remember our SOS Food Pantry when you go shopping this week...There is a monthly
collection that takes place on every third Sunday of the month. Donations of non-perishable food items may be left in the box in the narthex. Suggestions include, rice, pasta, pasta sauce, juice, fruit, stew, peanut butter, tea, and coffee.
Thank you for your support!

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