St Thomas Southborough
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St Thomas Church Southborough
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The altar at St Thomas' church Southborough
The nave and altar
St Thomas's Church in Southborough was consecrated by the Archbishop of Canterbury in 1860, having been built with £2,400 provided by Mrs Sarah Pugh, who has a memorial in the sanctuary.

The original building has been extended over the years, the latest change being the creation of a nave platform and nave altar to bring the service closer to the congregation.

The church boasts a copy of Botticelli's "Our Lady of the Magnificat" which was presented to the church in 1923 by Mr Partridge of Oakdale. St Thomas's is a Church of England Church and holds regular services, both on Sundays and throughout the week.
The church as a copy of Botticelli's Our Lady of the magnificat
The Boticelli copy
The Parish room
The Parish room
The church has a recently constructed parish room which hosts a number of groups throughout the week. This room is at present only able to be used for church functions, but the church hopes to be able to widen its use as soon as possible.
St Thomas's is committed to the Fair Trade movement. All tea and coffee served at church meetings is Fair Trade, and other fairly traded goods are regularly on sale. The Church also supports many missionary societies and charities, both in the UK and abroad.

St Thomas's is a friendly church catering for all members of the community. Junior Church meets during the Parish Eucharist in term time and there is a children's corner where the very young can take time out during the service.

St Thomas's Church Southborough
The main entrance

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Revd Rachel Wilson

Revd Rachel Wilson

Priest in Charge

St Thomas' Church

Tunbridge Wells TN4 0SH

01892 525869


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