We are one parish with the good fortune of having two churches in Surbiton with their own histories and styles.
As a new year comes, it is often a time of addressing something in your life and seeking to do something about it. We're biased but we'd love church to be part of that!
Our main services are on Sunday mornings: 9.15am at St Mark's and 11am at St Andrew's, but there are other things that people may be interested in as well.
Three times a year, on a sequence of five Monday evenings, we have an Emmaus course, allowing people to take their faith deeper in a small group.
Or in the spring, we're also launching our lunchtime meal on Wednesdays for those who are homeless or in vulnerable housing.
Or our Faith and Fun group for 20 to 40somethings is in the process of deciding on its programme for the year.
Everyone is faced with different challenges at different lifestages, and also given different opportunities. We believe there is something for almost everyone here.
Happy New Year!
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From Sunday 14th February, we’ll be doing Lent teaching within the main Sunday service with the theme of “Home and Away”. Where are our roots? Where are we now? How does that affect how we relate to God? Churches Together are running a Lent course, The Gift. You can join in courses at any time. One is running at Laura’s house on Tuesday afternoons facilitated by Valerie, but you can join any group. Ask the parish office for details.