Epsom Christian Fellowship the New Ecumenical Youth Group to start in September 2017:
Epsom Christian Fellowship have kindly offered to host the group as they already have youth club equipment in a suitable building. The plan is to begin the new group with the start of the September 2017 school year.
We wish to raise the profile of this venture, so you would like to come and see the church hall you would be very welcome.
Finally, without adult leaders we have no group, so please ask people to prayerfully consider if this is where God wants them to be serving Him and having lots of fun at the same time. Please join with us in praying for young people who will want to join the group and make it an exciting and vibrant.
We look forward to hearing from you, please either email :- or call 0790 6935364.
Thank you for your support. Dawn Davies & Neil Dunlop
Family Fun Day in Ewell 25th June 2017
2-5pm. A free family day out in Bourne Hall for all the family
Thy kingdom come. A CTiE event held in May 2017
THY KINGDOM COME
Between Ascension and Pentecost, the Archbishop of Canterbury invites all Christians to gather together to pray that more people will come to know Christ.
This initiative has been embraced by the Catholic Bishops and this year, St. Joseph’s Epsom hosted a service on the 28th May 2017, Ascension Sunday
The event started with hot drinks and cake provided by the different churches. The central cake was cut by the Bishop of Guildford (Very Revd Andrew Watson).
The congregation in attendance watched a short video by the ABC describing the thinking behind the "Thy Kingdom Come" initiative. This was followed by a service of reflection and prayer, led by the Revd Sue Loveday ***, Ecumenical Coordinator of Churches Together in Surrey. The Baptist Regional Minister (Revd Stuart Davison) gave a short reflection and time was allocated for everyone to visit the four Prayer Stations around the church.
Each 'Prayer Station' offered guided symbolic involvement for those who wished to take part. Liturgy and Taize style music, (ably assisted by the Ruxley Anglican Methodist musicians and singers from across Surrey) who linked the service.