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Prayer for the Churches

There is an opportunity when any Epsom Christians can come together for prayer for the Churches in Epsom.


It is on the first Monday in each month at 9.15 am in St Martin's Church, Church Street.


Lent Lunches 2018 more details HERE



Christian Listening Skills at Epsom Methodist Church

run by https://www.acornchristian.org/

March 3rd, 2018: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

You are invited to:

• Explore how to listen to God, yourself and those around you.

• Be better equipped with effective, reflective listening skills.

All are welcome on this free course,

limited to 24 participants.

Lunch & refreshments provided.

This event is supported by Epsom Methodist Church Pastoral Team

For further information, email us:


To reserve your place, email

Parking is very limited so please consider a car share or public transport


Secret Angels


24th March 2018 - - 2.30 to 5.00

Join Saltmine Theatre Company’s Secret Angels, as they embark on a mission, a secret mission, from … Well, that’s classified. Jordan is eleven. She’s had a bad day, she keeps getting things wrong and she feels a bit invisible.

Her HOPElevels are seriously low. But this is before Micky and Gabby come crashing into her room.

These secret agents with a twist know the solution, and introduce Jordan to the Book of Hope.

Jordan’s room comes alive with planets and stars, shepherds and kings, and a bewildered innkeeper who just can’t sleep.

But what difference can this story make?

Tickets £3 but free for the under 3s

To book, use the booking form attached HERE.

Please bring completed booking form, payment

and collect your tickets from the church office between 10am and 12:30pm

If you have any questions, ring John on 07517 368362.

Following Secret Angel, you are invited to a

Messy Church Easter Event

 craft, activities, fun, food ........


Webmasters Report for the 2018 AGM


In case you have not seen the above report find it HERE click and Open

The easy way to step thro is to highlight each link and choose the option

Open Hyperlink

This needs to be repeated for each link, but not the first OPEN



Follow the Passion Play Rehearsals week by week HERE



Easy Access Church, a place where ALL are welcomed, included and encouraged

A new venture – a short church service especially geared for those with learning disabilities – followed by refreshments

All Saints Church,

7 Church Road, West Ewell, Surrey, KT19 9QY


ALL are Welcome

More information Paula Smith

0208 337 2957 Or 077702421345


Where Adventure Begins - Faith in the family (Epsom)

Tuesday, March 13, 2018 - 7:30pm to 9:30pm

All Saints Community Hall, Fulford Road, West Ewell, Epsom, Surrey, KT19 9QZ


Family is far from simple... Brace yourselves as bold church leaders plunge headlong into the dizzy world of young discipleship.

Gasp as perplexed parents hang on for the white-knuckle ride of the teenage years. Thrill in amazement as overworked, relentlessly positive Youth Worker, Ryan, negotiates a string of minor disasters on the famous camping trip to Wales.

And what of Winston the cat’s role in family prayers?

Meet Jake, Jasmine and Ellie as they re-live their childhood and teenage experiences of Christian faith at home and at church. Nobody knows how it will turn out, but everyone’s agreed that we need to keep together on the adventure of faith. In a brilliantly entertaining show – real, touching, hilarious –

Riding Lights create an unmissable piece of theatre to deepen our understanding of ‘family’.

Book on line to register in advance or pay on the door.

No tickets will be sent out in advance. Pricing £10 each


Epsom Chamber Choir will be singing the music of JS Bach, his forebears and others who influenced him, performing under

guest conductor Jack Apperley, in the wonderful setting of St Martin of Tours Church, Epsom.

Two of Johann Sebastian Bach’s finest and most dramatic motets will be at the heart of the concert: ‘Komm, Jesu Komm’ and ‘Jesu Meine Freude’.

Also being performed are works by three other Bachs (Johannes, Johann Christoph and Johann Michael),

and music by two further composers who influenced the great man: Heinrich Schütz and Johann Kuhnau.

This concert delivers a unique perspective that pays tribute to the music of the men on whose shoulders JS Bach stands.

JS’s own influence continues, and the choir will also sing a 20th century re-imagining of a Bach chorale

 by Norwegian composer Knut Nystedt.

Buy tickets online



Needed Volunteer cooks for the St Barnabas Church - Monday drop in:

St Barnabas  provide approximately 30 weeks of dinners during the year, and feed between 25-30 people each week. 

We do not meet on Bank Holidays, during August and we have a number of outings for which a meal is not required. 

Our volunteer cooks provide the main dish which is usually delivered around 5-5.30pm.  At present we have six cooks so this works out at about 5 times a year. 

Our number of cooks has gone down these last few years due to illness, moving away etc., so we are hoping to find some replacements so the cooks will not have to cook so often.  

The cooks choose their own meals.  At present we are given a variety of dishes including chicken pies, curries, shepherds pie, mince and pasta, sausages and roast beef. 

 We can provide black plastic trays to cook the dinner in,  and  provide vegetables and whatever else is needed to go with the main dish, plus  puddings and cheese.

 We are of course willing to cover the cost of the meal as required.

If the meals need to be collected this can be arranged.

If you feel you could only provide one or two meals a year this would be appreciated. 

Naturally the more cooks we have the less number of weeks the cooks would be asked to cook.

I have been arranging these meals for four years (I took over from a lady who had done it for six years!). 

A  list for the year is prepared hence everyone knows well in advance when they are cooking - but nothing is set in stone - dates can be altered.

Looking forward to hearing from you. 

 And please do be in touch with any questions before making a decision.

Thank you so much for your time.

Muriel Stafford.  01372 721518   info@lovemelovemymind.org.uk  St Barnabas Church, Temple Road, Epsom KT19 8HA


Future Christian Aid Week dates

2018 - 13-19 May


Free cake and a cuppa!

The Council and the Ashley centre have granted us permission to have a Cake & Tea stall on one corner of Epsom high street

 (in front of Metro bank) every third Saturday of the month.

Please look out for us on Saturdays from about 11am – 1pm.

 Take a break from your shopping and come and help yourself to a free cake and hot drink.

There really is no catch!

but you may only get a slice of above!

We just want to demonstrate God’s love to the community.

The Kings Church is an independent free church with strong roots in prayer and the teaching of the word of God,

dating back to its early roots in 1936.


The Fellowship in 2017 Who is Who in CTiE

Click above for present and past members


If you have attended any of the previous Women's World Day of Prayer then browse some of them HERE


What to bring - our 'wanted list' of long life, in date food is as follows:

Tinned or long life sponge puddings, Tinned potatoes, Tinned fruit, Tinned pies, Ketchup/brown sauce, Honey/jam/ chocolate spread, Treats, Biscuits, Shampoo/conditioner, Soap, Feminine products, Baby toiletries/food, Dried rice, Sugar, Condiments - small size oil, salt, pepper, mixed herbs, vinegar

The Epsom & Ewell Foodbank urgently needs the following items: 

Washing up liquid, Washing powder and liquid, Men’s deodorant, Shaving foam, Dog food, Cooking sauces (not pasta sauce), UHT fruit juice, Powdered milk, Sugar (500g)

WE DO NOT NEED baked beans, dried pasta, soup, tuna, dried rice, pulses, chocolate spread, baby wipes or nappies.

Many thanks for your support

New information about Food Bank is here