St. Thomas is an inclusive and affirming Christian faith community growing in grace as we live out the life of Christ in the beautiful city of Chilliwack. Our mission and vision are to be a diverse Christian family within the community, empowering individuals to grow in their relationships with God and one another.
However you understand yourself, and however you describe yourself is fine with us! Your background, race, gender, orientation, and spiritual journey are welcomed and celebrated here.
Guided by the Holy Spirit and the teachings of Jesus Christ, we share God's love with the world and throughout our daily lives.
Holy Eucharist every Sunday at 10:00 am starting Oct 1, and most Fridays at 10:00 am.
If we can support you in any way, please feel free tocontact us! For Pastoral Care requests, please call Rev. Lorie Martin: 604-217-6966.
We have much to celebrate in the Christian life, especially for St. Thomas this 150th Anniversary year!
All are welcome to participate in the community life of St. Thomas through the many spiritual practice groups, hospitality brunches and coffees, and Sunday gatherings.
150th Anniversary Dinner on Saturday November 18 with Bishop John Stephens presiding the Sunday 19th service.
A special notice to those who might feel a nudge to be baptized, confirmed, or join another St. Thomas parishioner who is reaffirming their baptismal vows, or be received into the Anglican communion. Our Bishop, John Stephens will be with us for our 150th Anniversary Dinner and Service and is delighted to offer these ancient sacrament/rites of the church to those wanting this gift. Please let Lorie know and she will set up a time to chat about it.
For additional information and upcoming activities see the Events page.
All are welcome!
Mark your calendars & visit our Events page for more activities
St. Thomas' services are approximately 1 hour with a delightful coffee time after. Hope to see you here as we grow in grace and thrive in God's loving Presence. Sanctuary in the Sanctuary.
We acknowledge that we are meeting on the traditional, ancestral and unceded lands of the Stó:lō peoples.
May the living Christ lead us all on pathways of reconciliation, reparation, and healing.