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Epsom Passion Play Jesus Crucified in Epsom

The Passion of Jesus will be staged in Epsom Good Friday 19th April 2019

The drama will start at 9.50 am with the crowd gathering at the car park opposite the fire station.

We will follow Jesus on the road to his crucifixion, arriving at the Market Square at around 10.30.

The story continues with a staging of the crucifixion and resurrection.

The drama will end by about 11.00.

All are then invited to come and enjoy hot cross buns at Epsom Methodist Church.

A tent for information, prayer and reflection will remain in the Market Square until 1 pm.

Make sure you are part of this event.

Join in the crowd following Jesus and experience the drama.

All are welcome.


Jazz Vespers: April 28,18:30

at Carshalton Methodist church

Sutton Circuit invites you to a Circuit Service with a difference.

Jazz Vespers is an evening service using the genre of jazz to create a space where, as a congregation, we may worship God.

Jazz Vespers project was built around a speech by Dr Martin Luther King to the 1964 Berlin Jazz Festival.

The music at this service is led by Dan Forshaw.

The service will explore suffering, lament and a new hope.

Carshalton Methodist Church is in Ruskin Road SM5 3DG





Come and meet Churches Together in Epsom!

This Saturday (16th March) members of Churches Together in Epsom will be handing out cakes

and coffee outside Metrobank in Epsom High Street between 11am and 12.30pm

The cake stall is our way of sharing the good news of God’s blessings in our town.

This week our keen bakers from the churches in Epsom will be busy baking cakes ready to give to out in the High Street on Saturday. Epsom and Ewell Mayor Councillor Neil Dallen will also be visiting the stall.

Come and say ‘Hi’ to Churches Together in Epsom and enjoy a tasty cake!

"Here's hoping the weather is warmer than last time!"

Everyone had fun at the 'Taste and See' cake stall on Saturday 15th March 2019

 - despite it blowing a gale!

Thanks for all the work put in by members of Churches Together in Epsom baking cakes and volunteering on the stall.

 There was great energy and shared purpose on the stall.

Many good conversations took place and many people in Epsom were touched by God's grace.

The next stall is on Saturday 15th June - put it in your diary!

Epsom and Ewell Mayor Councillor Neil Dallen visiting the stall

Lots of fun had by all!

There are three more Taste and See cake stalls this year:

 Saturday June 15th

 Saturday September 21st

 Saturday December 21st

If you have any questions, please get in touch with

Rev’d David Candlin

revcandlin@gmail.com   or07723 849 477     









Fight Against Human Trafficking

Pope Francis has said that: “Human trafficking is an open wound on the body of contemporary society, a scourge upon the body of Christ. It is a crime against humanity.”  He has ensured that the Church is working hard with many organisations and other Faith groups to make us all be aware of the scale of the human trafficking problem, to try and prevent it at source, to free those trapped within it, to bring the perpetrators to justice and to make sure that this crime against humanity is stopped forever. We are learning daily that those subjected to human trafficking come from far away but also close to home.

I would like our parish to look at where we might help in the fight against human trafficking. I am arranging for a short talk to be given after masses within the next month or two so that we can learn more about human trafficking. This talk, which will be given by a representative from the Santa Marta Group (http://santamartagroup.com),

And will subsequently be followed by an open meeting on the subject

and I hope that people from other Faith groups will be able to attend.

Please do all you can to support this initiative.

Canon William Davern is the Parish Priest of St Joseph's Catholic Church


Surrey Community Action are looking for residents of Epsom to help set up a Good Neighbour Scheme for Epsom town. A good neighbour would offer lifts, shopping or visiting for residents of Epsom.

If you feel you have some time to spare, would like to know more,

please contact Vicki Turton at Surrey Community Action on 01483 447121

or e-mail her on Vickit@surreyca.org.uk or see www.surreyca.org.uk/


 Women's World Day of Prayer -WWDP

2019, Jesus said to them: Come – Everything Is Ready, Slovenia


this event has finished but report and extra photographs are here




A family show hosted by Duggie Dug Dug, aimed at ages 5+

At Epsom Methodist Church on Saturday April 20th

Refreshments from 4.15pm

Show starts 5pm

Tickets £4, free for under 4s

For more details and to book your tickets online, click here










Whatever challenges they’re facing, members of the Armed Forces community can rely on SSAFA. Our network of more than 5,800 trained volunteers provides practical and emotional support for serving personnel, veterans and military families across the UK and worldwide.

SSAFA are seeking interest for volunteers for their service that supports veterans.  There is very little SSAFA support in the Epsom and Ewell area so if you are able to ask any of your church contacts to promote this that would be great.

SSAFA - The Armed Forces Charity is looking for volunteer caseworkers in the Epsom and Ewell area.  This rewarding role with UK's oldest military charity provides support to members of the Armed Forces, veterans and their families who are in need.  It involves meeting clients, often in their homes, assessing their needs and obtaining appropriate assistance.

The amount of time a caseworker gives is flexible and can be tailored to other commitments.  He/she will be part of a team and receive full training with paid expenses.  The only requirements are the ability to self-drive within the Epsom and Ewell area and to use a computer.

SSAFA would be delighted to hear from anyone with some spare time who would like to help those who have served our country and sadly fallen on hard times. 

Interested please contact SSAFA Surrey.

Tel: 01483 208111, or  email: mailto:surrey.branch@SSAFA.org.uk

for an initial discussion.

Thank you for your help with this.





Lent Lunch Programme


St Martin's is hosting the usual Lent lunch programme -

 meeting at 12.30 pm on the following Fridays: 5, 12 April 2019

All welcome. Donations.


You are warmly invited to join us in celebrating our 50th Anniversary!

Epsom Chamber Choir are busy rehearsing a major concert to mark their 50th anniversary in style. The concert, which takes place on Saturday 29th June, comprises Gems of the English Baroque, with Handel’s splendid ‘Dixit Dominus’ taking centre stage. Also included are excerpts from Handel’s oratorio ‘Solomon’ and works from Purcell, one of which has been given an intriguing contemporary twist.

The choir and its conductor Mark Biggins will be joined by impressive young soloists and an instrumental ensemble, adding extra excitement to this celebration. Past members of the choir have also been invited to join in what promises to be an exceptionally rousing performance of ‘Zadok the Priest’.

Members of the audience will be invited to join choir members for a reception at the end of the evening.

Chairman Nic Ash comments: “What started out fifty years ago as a few enthusiastic singers getting together to have fun, has developed into one of Surrey’s leading chamber choirs. We work hard to achieve an exceptionally high level of performance across an adventurous range of music – but with no less enthusiasm or fun!”

Please see the website HERE for further information.