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Peace Prayers 21st October at  3pm.

There will be an interfaith  service, praying for peace,  on Clayhill Green, near Kingswood House School,

on 21st October at 3pm.  

The service will last about 20 minutes and will be followed by cake and tea in Christ Church hall.

All welcome


The King’s Church, Epsom is delighted to be working in partnership with

 St. Paul Howell Hill;

United Life and Christian Against Poverty (CAP) a Christian charity passionate about releasing people in our nation from a life sentence of debt, poverty and their causes.

Britain has a serious problem with dependency and it’s getting worse. 2.6m children live with parents who drink hazardously, and we have the biggest drug problem in Europe.


A CAP Release Group empowers us as a church to help people break free from life controlling habits like drinking, smoking, gambling or internet addictions.


The release groups provide a place of trust and security, where people are offered emotional and practical support.

Contact:- The King’s Church for more information



‘Taste & See’ Cake Stall:

You may be aware that Pret a Manager have just opened next to Metro Bank in town. We talked to their management because we did not want any conflict of interest. They have given their blessings for us to continue with the Cake Stall every third Saturday of the month. Praise God.

Cake Stall dates for the next 12 months (always the third Saturday of the month excluding the whole month of August),

 ‘Taste & See’ Cake Stall:

Can You Help?

 There’s an opportunity to join a number of teams to provide FREE muffins, cupcakes and hot and cold drinks at the “Taste & See” cake stall in Epsom town centre from 11am to 1pm on every third Saturday of each month.


And if you like things logistical, there’s plenty more to do setting up and crashing down at the event. How often you help is entirely up to you – just let us know for planning purposes

And if you like things logistical, there’s plenty more to do setting up and crashing down at the event. How often you help is entirely up to you – just let us know for planning purposes.

Besides seeking the above, we are looking to develop a network of reps for this ministry from various churches in Epsom to share the vision as it grows. If you are curious about joining this ministry in either capacity, please contact Bukai Palmer on 07519967970 who would be happy to answer your questions and see how you may bless others with the talents and skills God has given you.

Regards Bukai and MorganPalmer


"The Beacon" Everyone is welcome

to the monthly afternoon teas being held at

St Martin's Church, Epsom

Church Street, Epsom, KT17 4PX


Tea, coffee, sandwiches and cakes will be served to anyone who lives on their own or needs company or just wants to be part of a group.

All for a small donation.

If you would like to come, please ring Linda on 01372 274995 so that we have some idea of numbers.

We look forward to seeing you.

Sunday afternoon teas are re branded as "The Beacon teas" this is so we can be differentiated from other activities held within the church.

Future dates 2018 for The Beacon teas are;

Sunday 28th October 3.00pm,

Sunday 25th November 3.00pm

Sunday 9th December 3.00pm.



Date – Saturday 24th November

Time – 11am to 3pm

Venue – St Martin’s Church, Church House, Church Street, Epsom KT17 4PX

Free Admission – All welcome, accessible venue

Stalls include: Cakes & Preserves, Bric-a-Brac, Jewellery, Christmas Cards & Gifts

Plus: Model Railway, Chocolate Tombola, Raffle, Children’s Games & Crafts and more…

Refreshments and a light lunch available



One of Surrey’s leading choirs, Epsom Chamber Choir launches its 50th season with an evening of choral masterworks separated by a span of 400 years.

Palestrina, Lassus, Gesualdo and Guerrero are four masters of the polyphonic style, and their music will be heard in the choir’s home venue, the beautiful church of St Martin of Tours. Among the works being performed are the 
Missa Paschalis by Orlando de Lassus, Palestrina’s Tu es Petra and Gesualdo’s Aestimatus Sum, which inhabits its very own extraordinary harmonic world.

Fast-forwarding to the 20th century, the sacred settings on offer are Stravinsky’s Ave Maria and Messiaen’s exquisite miniature O Sacrum Convivium, both of which contrast with the large-scale Mass for Double Choir by Swiss composer Frank Martin.


Saturday 3rd November

Hook Road Arena

you’ve been before, we are planning another bumper event – if it’s is your first visit, we think you won’t be disappointed!

7th Epsom (Methodist) Scout Group has organised the event since 1971. It is noted as one of the best in the south of England; our 2017 event was attended by nearly 8,000 people.



Diocese of Guildford Vacancy for CHOIR DIRECTOR/MUSIC LEADER

Christ Church Epsom Common (Diocese of Guildford) is looking for a talented and versatile CHOIR DIRECTOR/MUSIC LEADER with vision and energy to extend the ministry of this lively Anglican church in both traditional and contemporary styles of music worship.

The successful applicant would direct a choir of competent and enthusiastic  musicians, both vocal and instrumental (mostly music readers), whose repertoire covers a wide range of music, and who can adapt to different styles of service. and it is also hoped to develop a children’s choir in due course. The choir practises on a Thursday evening, and again briefly before the Sunday services.

The successful applicant would also be expected to assist with planning the music ahead of time, and introducing and teaching new music where appropriate.

We have a restored William Hill pipe organ, and a Yamaha Electric Clavinova piano CLP670 with amplified speakers. An ability to play both instruments would be preferred, but not essential.

We are offering RSCM rates, plus fees where appropriate. An enhanced DBS check  is required. Do check out our website: www.christchurchepsom.org.uk and applications in the first instance should be addressed to vicar@christchurchepsom.org.uk.


Remembrance 100

Centenary of the end of the First World War

Exhibition in the Arena

Wednesday 7 November – Saturday 10 November
An exhibition of in partnership with Epsom and Ewell Museum

Journey's End - feature film for Remembrance 2018

Saturday 10 November 7:30pm – 10pm

 At St Paul's Church Centre, 15 Northey Avenue, Cheam, SM2 7HS

An evening of talks, film, interviews and music presented in partnership with local organisations which commemorates the service of local people on the Home and Western fronts in the Great War and examines the challenges of serving our country and safeguarding peace today.

Guests will include

 Colonel Ben Baker of the Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment

and Guy de Beaujeu, producer of the acclaimed feature film, Journey’s End.
Click here to book your FREE ticket.