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Invitation to all in Epsom

Service to Commemorate the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

At 6.30 pm on Sunday, 29th October, we are holding a special service to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. 

It was on 31st October 1517 that Martin Luther posted the 95 Theses on the doors of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, which started the rapid progress of the early years of the Reformation in Germany and beyond.

The preacher at the Service will be the Very Revd Andris Abakuks who is Dean of the Latvian Lutheran Church in this country and an Epsom resident.


Very Revd Andris Abakuks

The Service 6.30 pm at St Martin's Epsom will include Communion in a Lutheran setting, there will be some enthusiastic hymn-singing, as you would expect.

All are welcome


Lionheart - Courageous for God

Calling all Christian Men,

You are invited to a new, exciting & pioneering men’s event entitled “LIONHEART – Courageous for God” -


an evening for men from over 80 churches in the Surrey Area.


This event will be held at Reigate Baptist Church on Saturday,


11th November 2017 from 7 pm onwards.

In a world pressurising men to conformity & timidity, this LIONHEART event will present men with an evening of encountering God through teaching and worship. It will focus on how men can practically:

  •        develop a courageous Godly character in the 21st Century;

  •        Lead a life to which God is calling men and

  •        Inspire us to quietly make a difference in everyday lives.

With seven churches working together on this event, James Collins preaching and Matt Kefford leading worship - we’re praying that at least 250 men will attend.


To reserve your place at this LIONHEART event or for further information please click here

or Bob Thomas 07719 999238


Are you aware that Dovecote Book Shop have a NEW web page ? - More here


Monday 6th November 9:15 am ecumenical prayers at St Martin’s where we can pray for the churches in Epsom.

Everyone is welcome.


Homeless Project – Hope in Action

6th November at 7.30 Kings Church, Gibraltar Crescent, Epsom are hosting a meeting to discuss how the churches of Epsom might be able to help the homeless in Epsom. This has been a subject which local Christians have been looking at over the last year but so far it has been difficult to make any concrete progress.

Ed Walker, the Founder of Hope into Action which is a Christian charity will speak on how that charity helps the homeless and how Epsom can get involved.

Everyone with a concern for the homeless, also a concern to work with others is welcome to this meeting.


Parish Office at christchurch.parishoffice@btinternet.com


Monday 6th November 9:15 am ecumenical prayers at St Martin’s where we can pray for the churches in Epsom. 

 Everyone is welcome.


Date of next CTiE meetingTuesday, 21st November


Friday 8th December: Christmas Fair at St Martin's Church with variety of crafts and stalls. Open 11am - 4pm.

7.30 – 11pm Dinner with cabaret by singer Howard

Tickets £15 each. Available by calling 01372 721518




7-10 December: Christmas Tree Festival

A variety of Christmas trees on display in the church for the entire festival.

Official Opening by Deputy Mayor on Thursday 7th December at 12.30pm.

Singing by Epsom Male Voice Choir. Variety of crafts and stalls.

All welcome.


Sunday 10th December: 3pm at St Barnabas St Lucia Christingle Children's Service (in aid of the Children's Society).


24th December at 7 pm Carol singing at Epsom General Hospital

Also, 25th December 10 am

Epsom General Hospital

CTiE AGM on 9th February 2018 when Jeremy Taylor, our Chair completes his two-year term.

Nominations for Chair and for Vice-Chair are required to the Secretary

see Constitution http://www.ctie.org.uk/who/constitution.htm


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