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St Thomas' Church

Vicar: Revd Jonathan Cooper

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Minister: Revd Arthur Harbottle

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Brompton Virtual Church

Jonathan Cooper is recording services on Youtube for Brompton, Deighton, Welbury and The Rountons.
Here are the links:
   7th March 2021    for 28th February 2021
   for 21st February 2021    for Ash Wednesday 17th February 2021

Arthur Harbottle of Thirsk and Northallerton Methodist circuit will be leading some of the live online services.

Live Services

Getting together on-line so we can all join in albeit physically far apart.
Our next live service in the Brompton online Church will be
14:30 on Sunday 7th March led by Rev Richard Bradshaw. Virtual Doors opening 14:15.
The hymn words for this service will be available to download here.
Everyone is welcome to join our on-line services.

Here are the instructions on how to enter the Brompton online Church.
If you have the Zoom app installed, Launch the App and join-a-meeting using the Meeting ID: 870 4111 5783.
Click to join the meeting.
Please contact for the password.
* Please Mute Your Microphone * for for the hymns and responses etc.
People without access to the internet can join in by telephone by calling one of the numbers below and entering the Meeting ID: 861 4018 1103#
☎ 0203 051 2874, 0203 481 5237, 0203 481 5240 or 0131 460 1196
Please press you Mute or secrecy key whilst joining in the hymns.


10:30 Sundays Live stream from Northallerton Methodist Church .

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Sadly we have made the decision to suspend public worship at St Thomas' Church Brompton for the duration of the third lock-down, (funerals may still take place in Church subject to restrictions in numbers). The decision was taken after considering advice from Government and elsewhere.
This lock-down will present new challenges to us, so please keep praying for one another. With the rollout of the vaccination programme, let's hope that it won't be too long before we can be back in Church together.

Lent Courses
This year there will be two St Thomas' Lent Courses, one will be on Zoom, the other will be an offline course, with material sent out in the post.
Zoom Course - This will begin on Wed 24th Feb at 7pm and run at the same time on Wednesdays for 5 weeks. We will be using a new book - "The Art of Holy Week and Easter" by Sister Wendy Beckett. It has a series of paintings and reflections on them concerning the events of Holy Week and Easter. It is a follow up to her previous Lent Book "The Art of Lent."
Offline Course - Margaret will be running an offline course for those who don't have internet access, or who prefer not to use Zoom. The course will be based around the weekly readings and some reflections will be posted out each week.
If you would like to be involved in either of these courses please contact

Revs Arthur and Denise will be running a course through Lent called "A methodist Way of Life".
Arthur will run sessions of Thursday afternoons and Denise will run the same sessiion on Tuesdau eveings.
Please contact Arthur ( or Denise if you would like to take part.

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    The Methodist Church Covid-19 Guidance.
    The Church of England Covid-19 Guidance.

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Worship sheets from the Methodist Church are available here.

BBC Local Radio (including York, Tees, Leeds) or broadcasting a service 08:00 Sundays.
BBC 1 TV, has a service at 10:45 on Sundays.

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Brompton Churches are part of the Churches Together (Northallerton Area) and work in unison on the same basis. Our aims are to draw the Churches in Brompton into greater understanding and unity, to enable the Christians in Brompton to share more fully in the ecumenical movement, to bear a more united witness in the community and to serve it more effectively, so giving expression to our common faith and devotion as we are able.

We hope you enjoy finding out about our activities here in Brompton and invite you to join us when possible.


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