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Music on the Green Film Screening: 'Phantom of the Opera'


As a pre-Christmas treat for all the family, Music on the Green is showing Lon Chaney's chilling silent movie Phantom of the Opera in its classic 1925 version. Join us for some late autumn thrills as we paddle terrified into the depths of the Paris Opera House, accompanied by creepy live organ music by Tom Bell. Tom is a former Director of Music at Christ Church and specialises in this kind of improvisation - he will keep you on the edge of your seats!

Movie at 7.30pm. Light refreshments from 7pm
Admission at door £12, (family ticket £25, under 14s free)

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Remembrance Service


The Remembrance Service on Sunday 12 November will start with a short act of remembrance at Esher War Memorial on Esher Green starting at 10.45am followed by the service in Christ Church.


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Music & the Reformation


A 'Reformation 500' event & illustrated talk on Music & the Reformation
Monday 23 October, 7.15-8.45pm
Christ Church, Church Street, Esher, Surrey KT10 8QS

On 31st October exactly 500 years ago, Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg and set in train the Protestant Reformation, which had a profound effect on the course of European history.  The Reformation also influenced our music and culture in numerous ways which still resonate to the present day.

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Harvest Service


Harvest Service at Esher Church School 

Our annual Harvest Service on Sunday 1 October at 10.30am will be held at Esher Church School.

This year we are raising funds for Tearfund. Tearfund is a Christian charity called to follow Jesus wherever the need is greatest. They work to help communities around the world escape the very worst effects of poverty and disaster.

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I:Tea+Coffee Club


Do you crave connection in our digital age?

If so, please do join us for the I:Tea+Coffee Club. It's totally free and will create space for friendly conversations over a cup of tea or coffee, no doubt, with a delicious biscuit! During our time together a short introductory lesson in using an iPad will also be given. It is hoped the club will be particularly helpful to seniors of our community.

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St George's Church at the West End Village Show


This year St George’s, Christ Church and the Parish as a whole will again be a part of the West End Village Show on Saturday 26 August.  We will be offering teas in the Village Hall and the legendary cake and bread stalls in St George’s. 

Last year we raised just over £2,000. We would like to do even better and welcome help from anybody with anything and for any amount of time.

Of course if you’re not sure if you can help just make it a date in your diary and come along for some simple Summer fun. And like us cross everything that the sun keeps on shining for us!

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Cafe Church @ ECS


Cafe Church @ ECS 2 July @ 1030am.

All welcome - bring a packed lunch, with games, swimming, and fellowship afterwards. Please note this service replaces the 1030 am service at Christ Church, Esher.


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Landlords Wanted


Elmbridge Borough Council is seacrhing for landlords who have a property available to let to a Syrian refugee family; as part of their commitment to resettling up to 15 families under the Syrian Vulnerable People Resettlement Scheme. 

If you have a property available now or in the next few years please contact Charlotte Milner at or 01372 474268 with offers. Thank you.

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Chaplain and Youth Worker Vacancy


We are delighted to announce we have a vacancy for a chaplain to Esher High School and Youth Worker. An application form, job, and person specification may be found here.


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Christ Church at the Esher May Fair


Christ Church at the Esher May Fair 
Saturday 20 May, 10.30am to 4pm

This year Christ Church and the Parish will once again be joining the fun of the Esher May Fair
on Saturday 20 May - we wouldn’t miss it for the world!  The church will be throwing open it’s
doors to fundraise for Christian Aid Week and for the Parish.

Coffee, tea or me! 
Musical entertainment
Cakes and sweet things
Bellringing from the spire
Face painting
Christian Aid collecting
Treasure hunt
Prayer station
Glitter tattoos

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