What’s On

Shown here are some of the major events coming up at St Mary’s. You can see the full diary for more events.

Aug
15
Sat
Short ceremony to mark the 75th anniversary of VJ Day
Aug 15 @ 10:45 am

The Royal British Legion, Epsom and Ewell branch will be holding a small ceremony to commemorate the 75th anniversary of VJ Day, on Sat 15 Aug from 10.45am, at St Mary’s War Memorial, in the presence of The Mayor and Mayoress of Epsom and Ewell, Cllr Humphrey Reynolds and Mrs Gill Reynolds.

Wreaths will be laid by the Mayor and the Royal British Legion.

Due to Government guidelines concerning social distancing, only a limited number of people can be at the memorial. You are most welcome to watch the short ceremony from the pavement overlooking the memorial.

Aug
16
Sun
Morning Prayer
Aug 16 @ 9:30 am – 10:15 am

Our weekly online service with hymns, readings, prayers, and a sermon from St Mary’s Ewell.

Holy Communion (in church)
Aug 16 @ 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm

This is a short and simple service of Holy Communion. There are no hymns or sermon, but these are available in our online services at the moment.

If a priest is unavailable at short notice, this service may have to change to Evening Prayer. Everyone is of course welcome to attend whether or not they intend to receive Holy Communion. For those receiving Holy Communion, it is in one kind only (under the form of bread) and there is no sharing of the Peace at present. Seating etc is arranged so everyone is able to keep 2m social distancing throughout, except for a few seconds if receiving Holy Communion. The church is cleaned between all uses, and hand sanitizer etc is available.

Please do not come to church is you have COVID-19 symptoms, but do let us know so we can help with prayer, support, shopping etc.

Aug
23
Sun
Morning Prayer
Aug 23 @ 9:30 am – 10:15 am

Our weekly online service with hymns, readings, prayers, and a sermon from St Mary’s Ewell.

Holy Communion (in church)
Aug 23 @ 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm

This is a short and simple service of Holy Communion. There are no hymns or sermon, but these are available in our online services at the moment.

If a priest is unavailable at short notice, this service may have to change to Evening Prayer. Everyone is of course welcome to attend whether or not they intend to receive Holy Communion. For those receiving Holy Communion, it is in one kind only (under the form of bread) and there is no sharing of the Peace at present. Seating etc is arranged so everyone is able to keep 2m social distancing throughout, except for a few seconds if receiving Holy Communion. The church is cleaned between all uses, and hand sanitizer etc is available.

Please do not come to church is you have COVID-19 symptoms, but do let us know so we can help with prayer, support, shopping etc.