Church of England Diocese of Sodor and Man St Thomas, Douglas

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

Toilets are available on both floors - the main church building and in the lower vestry

Car Parking is available in the Chester Street Multi - Storey Car Park (Free parking after 3.00pm and on Sundays)

Whilst they are easily accessible the toilets are not fully equipped for disabled use.

A metal ramp is available for use by wheelchair users.

The church is fitted with a Hearing (Induction) Loop. This is usually on when the PA system is in use.

Assistance dogs are welcome.


Our Building

The Church is a Grade 1 listed building.


Music and Worship

There is a full peal of bells. A video of the Tower, Clock and Bells is available for viewing on our website - www.stthomaschurch.im

We have a full season of Summer Concerts which ar always well attended. Full programme details can be fpound on our website - www.stthomaschurch.im

The magnificent 3 manual organ is used for all Sunday Services and for concerts and servvices at other times throughout the year. Our superbly talented organist is, Bogumil Tomasz Godlewski.

Our Choir sings at all formal services.


Groups, Courses and Activities

Guides meet on Thursday evenings in the vestry at 7.00pm

Mothers Union meets monthly. See website for details - www.stthomaschurch.im

Edward Bear's Messy Tots meets every Wednesday at 1.30pm. Contact Caroline Kneen or see the website for details - www.stthomaschurch.im

Rainbows meet on Thursday evenings in the vestry. Contact Karen Walker for details.


Help for Visitors

There is a leaflet explaining the Nicolson Murals.


Other Features

St. Thomas' is a Fair Trade Church.