Community Award

We are absolutely thrilled and honoured to be awarded the ‘Raymond Bartley Community Award’ for 2019 at Denbigh Carnival/Carnifal Dinbych today. This was in recognition of the annual Christmas Day Lunch which has been running for over 10 years and provides a hot dinner, entertainment and company to those who may be on their own on Christmas Day.

A huge ‘THANK YOU’ to the wonderful people of Denbigh who voted for us – we cannot begin to thank you all enough for your kindness.

Pictured (L-R): Mayor Consort Cllr Roy Tickle, Mayor of Denbigh Cllr Gaynor Wood-Tickle, Mrs Iona Thomas (St Thomas’s Church), Mrs Lillian Jones (Capel Mawr) and Chris Ruane MP.

Summer Afternoon Tea Party

A Summer Afternoon Tea will be held in St Thomas’s Church Hall on Saturday 8th June at 2:30pm.

Everyone is welcome to this FREE event and transport can be arranged if required.

Please let us know if you would like to come by calling Lilian on 01745 813426 or Iona on 01745 813256.

This event is organised by the Christmas Day Lunch team so do some along where you will receive a very warm welcome.

Letter for Junior Church!

Our Junior Church were so happy to receive a Christmas card and “thank you” note from another child in Sillamäe, Estonia, who received one of our shoeboxes packed for Operation Christmas Child back in November!

Family Film Night – 2 February 2019

Join us for our first Family Film Night! On the big projector on our Hall stage with popcorn and other treats, ‘Monsters, Inc.’ will be our first film showing!
 
Top scarer Sulley and assistant Mike work at the scream-processing factory in Monstropolis. The main power source of the monster world is the collected screams of human children. Monsters believe children are dangerous and toxic, however, and they are scared silly when a little girl wanders into their world. (BBFC Rating: U Universal – Suitable for all)
 
Our Family Film Night is completely FREE – no tickets required – just come as you are with the family and enjoy the show!
(Entry is via Post Office Lane Car Park entrance).

Dr Sidney Wilkins

It is with deepest sadness we have to announce the passing of St Thomas’s longest serving Elder, Dr Sidney Wilkins, at the age of 100.

Born in Llanelli and, as his father moved around a lot with work, Dr Wilkins, was educated in a number of different places including Sheffield, Leeds, Nottingham, Lancaster and Birmingham.

He was a medical officer during the war, serving mainly in Europe. He graduated with a degree in medicine from Birmingham University and later moved to Denbigh where he worked as a GP.

He was an Elder at our church, a keen Modern Sequence dancer and was also actively involved in many local charities including St John’s Ambulance, Kidney Research, Christian Aid and Multiple Sclerosis.

He cared for his wife, Joyce, who had MS and who was in a wheelchair for more than 20 years, until her death in 2001. He was a keen sportsman and enjoyed watching rugby – especially if Wales were winning!