Christmas Lunch 2020 Update

On Christmas Eve, over 70 ‘care packages’ with a pre-cooked Christmas Dinner, trimmings and extra goodies, were delivered to people in and around Denbigh who would be on their own on Christmas Day.

This was a huge team effort and special thanks go to all the volunteers, generosity of local businesses and people who so kindly donated.

Hopefully Christmas 2021 will see us back together in St Thomas’s Church Hall for the annual Christmas Day Lunch. Until then, stay safe and many blessings to you all.

Christmas Day Worship 2020

Join us, this Christmas Day morning at 9:15am, for an online service of worship led by Rev Bernard Thomas.
The service will be streamed on YouTube. Click on the following link just before 9:15am and let us worship together on Christmas morning:

Many blessings

Christmas Day Lunch 2020 – Update


Due to Covid this year we are unable to hold our traditional Christmas Day lunch in the Church Hall.

Instead on Christmas Eve we will be delivering to 70 households, oven ready Christmas meals, with all the trimmings, together with full cooking instructions.

Our grateful thanks go to Sue of the Glass Onion, J.H. Jones the Butchers and ‘Eat Your Greens’, plus the many other volunteers and for all the kind donations we have received. We are unable to accept any further donations.

With all good wishes from the Christmas Day lunch team.

Second Sunday of Advent Video


Our next video is now available to watch. Please turn your volume up 🔊 to enjoy.

Many blessings.

It Begins in Bethlehem Video

Check out the brilliant video animation of “It Begins in Bethlehem”, produced by Bible Society. With a voiceover from Bob Hartman and showcasing the great illustrations by Mark Beech, it’s sure to put a smile on everyone’s face and bring a fresh perspective on the nativity.

Christmas Day Lunch 2020

Christmas Day Lunch

Due to this very difficult time of restrictions due to the pandemic, unfortunately this year we are unable to hold our usual Christmas Day lunch at St Thomas’s.

Instead we are organising the delivery of a Christmas dinner to all those people who attended last year.

We have contacted everyone to arrange delivery, so on Christmas Eve, 24th December we will be distributing 68 meals, so that they have a meal ready to go into a microwave or oven to be enjoyed on Christmas Day.

We regret we cannot take any new names this year but hopefully we will be back to normal in 2021.