St Thomas’ Church, Kidsgrove, is a warm and friendly place to be – somewhere you can really feel part of a family.
Our goal is to know Jesus and make Jesus known. We believe that we need each other for friendship and encouragement, and so we come together as a Church family. Together, we learn more about the God who loves us and delights to hear us pray and worship Him. We learn more about Jesus who died and rose again for us.
Whether you are still thinking about what you believe, or are a committed Christian, we’d be delighted to see you at St Thomas’. So why not join us?
Iain Baker – Vicar
The Parish of St Thomas Kidsgrove is committed to high standards in the safeguarding and care of children, young people and vulnerable adults. We have formally adopted the House of Bishops 'Promoting a Safer Church; safeguarding policy statement'. Our Safeguarding officer is Nick Hull who can be contacted on 01260 281890 or email@example.com. Our parish safeguarding policy can be downloaded by clicking on this box.
You might find the following contact details useful:
The Diocese of Lichfield Safeguarding - www.lichfield.anglican.org/safeguarding/ Please contact Neil Spiring or Kim Hodgkins on 01543 306030
Staffordshire County Council’s First Response Service: 0800 1313 126
Victims of domestic abuse
0300 303 3778
We are ordinary people, from many different backgrounds, seeking to be followers of Jesus Christ. We are a community, whose foundation is God’s Word, the Bible.READ MORE
We believe that Jesus is who he claimed to be – the Son of God and that Jesus died to offer us forgiveness, thus restoring our relationship with God for eternity.READ MORE
We want to be committed to serving and glorifying God, expressing the truth of the Bible in a way that enables God to transform our lives, showing God’s love by caring for...READ MORE
In our wider society, we are dedicated to sharing God’s good news, affirming and supporting people in their daily lives and providing an open door and a welcome environment.READ MORE
If you’re interested in getting married at St Thomas’ Church – then first of all, congratulations!
Getting married in Church makes great sense. A wedding is a huge occasion – you will be making a decision to be joined together as one couple for the rest of your life, ‘for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health’.
It’s a huge commitment and so it’s great to make that commitment in front of God, and ask for His help.