does not allow nuts of any kind due to allergies.
Welcome to all and a
special welcome to anyone visiting St Thomas’ this weekend. May you find
God’s hope, peace and joy as you worship with us on Sundays at 8:30 am or
(or 9:30 am during the summer).
There is a Nursery Room
available for babies and pre kinder church children during the
service. Volunteers are welcome for nursery duty. Please contact Judy McCorkell at 613-836-2348 for more information.
We pray for members of our
Parish Family: Rob,
Mandy (Ouellette-Lomas), William & Eric Lomas; Linda Lorrain; Keith &
Phyllis Lumsden; Nick, Heather (Morrison) Kailee & Carter Massenzio; Randy &
Heidi McBride; Grace McCabe.
We pray for the Sick
and those in need of Healing:
Pat, Daisy, Nancy, Nicholas, Tiffany, Kevin, Melia, Giuliano, Laura, Anne,
Assisting in Sunday’s 9:30
Chalice: Pat McNally
Reader: Bonnie McNally
Intercessions: Bonnie McNally
Projectionist: Pat McNally
Sides people: Susan Boutilier & Heather Sullivan
Altar Guild: Arlene Simonovich, Beth Barden, Sylvia Stephens
Join us for Lemonade and
cookies and fellowship in the Narthex immediately following the service.
Your St Thomas Nametag
Please check that you have a nametag to wear during our church services. If
you do not have one please put your name on the list in the Narthex for
Nicole to make you a new tag. When our new priest, Rev Lee Lambert, arrives
in August this will help him to get to know us and assist in making him
welcome. We can practice wearing our nametags in July.
Saturday August 25th from 5-7. We will be service ham, a variety of
different salads, rolls and of course hot buttered corn. Coffee, tea,
Lemonade and ice-cream for dessert.
Tickets: Adults $15, Children 6-14 $5 under 6 are free, $35/family (2
adults, 2 kids). Tickets are available for in the office or contact Judy at
The Gardening Committee is
looking for help with weeding and watering this summer.
If you can donate 1-2 hours a week it would be greatly appreciated. Please
contact Hilary at 613-836-1633 or Pam at 613-831-3093
The St. Thomas Capital Campaign
At Vestry, the Capital Campaign was approved to raise funds for major
repairs and renovation projects. Phase 1 of the campaign will focus on
“Safety and Accessibility”, and the essential requirement to provide a
facility that is safe and accessible to everyone. Having safe and secure
entrances and a functioning elevator is critical to fulfilling our ministry
today and in the future. We are called to act now, to preserve our ability
to welcome and serve the community.
The first project to be completed in Phase 1 is the replacement of the
crumbling Main Street stairs, at a cost of $9000. We are asking for your
support to “Buy-a-Step” for $100 each to help meet this goal, but any
donation is appreciated. All donations will go towards this project until it
is fully funded, and regular progress updates will be provided.
How-to Donate Donations may be
accepted during regular offertory, or at the church office. Please indicate
'buy a step' or 'capital campaign' on the envelope for transfers, or if you
are considering Planned Gifts, please contact the church office for more
You can read more about this
Thank you for your support!
Stittsville Food Bank:
Items in somewhat short supply of (Updated June 2018)
Large Apple juice, Mayonnaise,
Condiments, Cheez Whiz, Hamburger Helper, Chilli – cans, Stew – cans, Rice,
Potatoes – cans or boxes, Fruit Cups, Apple Sauce Jars & Cups, Pancake
Syrup, Jams, Coffee/Tea, Hot Chocolate, Crackers, Cookies, Toilet Paper,
Kleenex, Any Gluten-free items, Sanitary products for men & women.
Our children's church
Faith Time begins in
the downstairs hall at 9:00 am until 9:25 am. This includes activities for all
members of God's family regardless of age.
begins at 9:40 following the Children's Talk in church. This is for
children 3-12 years of age. Registration forms are in the church foyer as
well as in the Downstairs Rainbow Room. All registered children receive a
free Bible. See Merilee Clarke for more information or call her at
Bridlewood Home Hardware,
Michael Cowpland Drive
has partnered with St Thomas Church. Everything you buy at the store
entitles us to receive a 3% rebate pre tax. Just mention you are from St
Thomas at check out. In 2016, our church received a rebate of $33 from
The St Thomas Grocery
is available for Brown's Independent Grocery Store. It doesn't cost you any money
at all and St Thomas receives up to 4% of your purchases from the store.
Please support St Thomas by purchasing the grocery certificate cards from
the office or from the sellers in the foyer after the services.
Please contact Susan Chapman 613-836-5476 or the office during the week.
Donate to the Church by going
out and eating.
Thanks to all who participate in
the grocery store certificate program, but what if you don’t feel like
cooking andwant a meal out! Well we’ve teamed up with Hurley’s Grill at
1261 Stittsville Main Street. Now
when you have a meal, or snack, before you pay tell the waitress or waiter
that you are on team 5741, and 10% of your bill will come back to the
church. This does not include taxes or alcohol. Our team number is the last
4 digits of the churches telephone number or just tell them you are with St
Thomas. In 2016, the church received a rebate of $221 from Hurley's.
You can also arrange for a
payment to St Thomas at Home Hardware on Eagleson Dr.
Just mention St Thomas and they will send a percentage of your purchase to
St Thomas is on Facebook.
If you are a Facebook
user, you can find our page by searching for 'St Thomas Stittsville' and
then 'Liking' our page. Then any posts made on the St Thomas page will
also show on your personal page - an easy way to keep in touch with the
events happening at St Thomas. We now have about 78 people who are
receiving St Thomas news on their Facebook page. If you are not a Facebook user,
you can visit our Facebook page by clicking on this