Friends of St Thomas

A church has existed in Northaw since the early 13th century when the first building was erected to commemorate the murder of St Thomas a Becket in Canterbury. The present building is the third on the site, rising from the ashes of one which was burnt down in 1881. Through the generosity of parishioners and local families, funds were quickly raised for the beautiful church we know today which was consecrated in 1882.

FOST (Friends of St Thomas’s) presents Music at Lunchtime on Friday 19 October from 12.30 to 2.30pm.   Wine and refreshments will be served at 12.30 followed by the Campion Ensemble who will perform music by Mozart, Telemann, Dring, Seiber and Verroust. 


For catering purposes, it would be useful to know if you (and maybe guests) are able to join us so please would you either contact Liz and Clive Johnson on 07776 499467 or email  The event is free of charge but people will be invited to make donations to FOST.


We do hope you will be able to join us.

Whatever your connection with this church - whether you live locally, were married or christened here or went to Northaw School - you can be a part of its future history by becoming a Friend of St Thomas.

Membership is only £12 per year. Friends receive an occasional newsletter (Nov 2017 is here) and an invitation to the annual Friends Day.
If you would like an Application Form, download here, or to find out more, please email