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Come & Sing Carols

Nov
18

Enter into the true spirit of Christmas and join us to sing your favourite carols to our musical accompaniment. The singing will be interspersed with both humorous and reflective readings to add to this truly community event. Mince pies and mulled wine will be served.

Doors from 12.30pm, carols from 1.10pm. Free entry, retiring collection

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Christingle Service

Nov
07

Our Parish Christingle Service in partnership with Esher Church School will take place at Christ Church on Sunday 4 December at 10.30am.  A guest speaker from the Children’s Society will speak at all our services on this day. Please do join us.

 

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Harvest Service

Sep
23

Following the success of last year, we will be holding our Harvest Service at Esher Church School at 10.30am on Sunday 2 October. Do bring your own lunch, as we celebrate Harvest with a picnic in the grounds afterwards with outdoor games. It promises to be a special time together.  

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Pet Service

Sep
13

We are holding a short service to celebrate and give thanks for our pets. An opportunity for us to share together all that we enjoy from having a pet. 

Bring your pet, safely tethered or in a portable carrier to join us at the village church, St George’s, at West End. We look forward to seeing you all - adults, parents, children and, of course, your pets!  Dog, Cat, Rabbit, Goldfish, Tortoise, Budgerigar, Pony … whatever your pet, make sure it is safe and in your control. If you need to check anything before coming please call the Parish Office.

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St George's at the West End Summer Show

Aug
12

This year St George’s, Christ Church and the Parish as a whole will again be a part of the West End Summer Show on Saturday 27 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 £3,000. We are now pulling the stops out to do even better and welcome help from anybody with anything and for any amount of time. 

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Young Carers Exhibition

Jul
25

Young Carers Exhibition comes to St Martin of Tours, Epsom

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Train to be an Intercessor, Reader or Chalice assistant

Jul
13

Prayer.. God’s word.. Holy Communion.. 
These are three profound ways in which we meet with God. To serve in these roles is to facilitate that encounter with God for others, as well as opening up a new area of connection to God in your own faith.
Saturday 16 July. Chalice 10am, Readers 10.50am, Intercessors 11.40am
Come to one or come to all sessions. No experience required. Sessions are 45 minutes long
Sign up at the back of the church or for more information email Nate at nate.esherparish@gmail.com

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EU Referendum

Jun
25

EU referendum: Statement by Archbishops of Canterbury and York

Friday 24th June 2016

Archbishop Justin Welby and Archbishop John Sentamu have issued this joint statement today after the UK voted to leave the European Union: 

On Thursday, millions of people from across the United Kingdom voted in the referendum, and a majority expressed a desire that Britain’s future is to be outside the European Union

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Parish Quiz Night

Jun
17

Our Parish Quiz will take place on Friday 24 June, 7.30pm for 8pm at Esher Church School.  Tickets £15 each to include a fish and chip supper. Tables of eight people ideally. You can, of course, book individually for combining into complete tables on the night. Please BYO alcohol and drinks and any other snacks. Please bring money for raffle. Entrance forms are available in church or email the Parish Office. Please book as soon as possible - new deadline is Wednesday 22 June. We aim to finish at about 11pm. Looking forward to seeing you all.

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Community Questions

Jun
11

We are beginning a six week sermon series on  the first 13 chapters of 1 Corinthians, we hope you might be able to make as many of them as possible. One the reasons for the letters existence was to answer questions that the church community in Corinth posed to St. Paul.

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