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Cell Groups


We encourage everyone in the church to join a small midweek group,
which we call a
'cell'.

What makes up a Cell Group?


Our Cell Groups at St Thomas' are based on the Cell UK model (www.celluk.org.uk) of the ‘Four Ws’ (Welcome, Worship, Word, Witness) which we apply flexibly for the needs of each group.

As well as a majority of evening groups, we currently have afternoon, ladies’ morning and evening, and youth cells.
The focus of most of these weekly meetings is the teaching message of the Sunday morning service to facilitate practical life application.

Every member of the group has a full part to play, and the leader has a facilitating role.
Each group will naturally develop its own character and way of working (rather like a family) All cells have a designated 'encourager' who visits, participates and generally encourages, guides and mentors where applicable.

If you want to know more about cells or are interested in joining one, please either contact the church office (01225 754826 or office@stthomastrowbridge.org), or speak to one of the Church Wardens or Welcome Team, who will direct you to one of the Cell Encouragers.


 Sunday Sermons 
Be A Peacemaker not as Peacekeeper
Allan Coutts, 12/11/2017
We Remember
Martyn Whittock, 12/11/2017
Walk The Land, Occupy The Land and Bless The Land
Allan Coutts, 05/11/2017
God's Doing A New Thing! - "Going Deeper"
Kevin Roberts, 05/11/2017
The Reformation and Romans
Allan Coutts, 29/10/2017
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 Cell Notes 
171105 Blessing the land (594.0KB) 08/11/2017, 171105 Blessing the land
171029 Cell Notes Here I stand I can do no other (478.7KB) 03/11/2017, 171029 Cell Notes Here I stand I can do no other
171015 Cell Notes Paul and Silas in Philippi (480.2KB) 17/10/2017, 171015 Cell Notes Paul and Silas in Philippi
171001 Cell Notes (437.7KB) 12/10/2017, 171001 Cell Notes
171008 Thoughts on the Ten Commandments (599.3KB) 12/10/2017, 171008 Thoughts on the Ten Commandments
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