Special Events and Services coming up

Ladies Craft Evening Tuesday 18 October 7pm- find out more here; registration opens in early September

The Mark Drama – working alongside other local church, as part of KTlife, the production The Mark Drama is taking place on Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 November, 3  free performances over these two days at Christ Church Surbiton.  The Mark Drama is an innovative way of experiencing the Gospel of Mark and communicating it to others, performed as theatre-in-the-round. ​ You can find out more about what to expect here.  The first information session for all those who may want to take part, as an actor (no experience necessary) or a behind-the scenes person, is on Sunday 11 September 12.30-2pm at Christ Church Surbiton.

Regular Services and Events at Emmanuel

Sunday mornings each week we meet for our service at 10.30am.  There is an opportunity to meet to pray for the service each week 10.10-10.20am- all welcome to join in.  Refreshments are served in the hall following the service.   Our services are live-streamed so still available to watch remotely for those who wish. You can access our online service here.   During the summer, there are no formal groups for children or young people during the summer but the service will be shown on a large screen in the hall if you would prefer a less-quiet space and there are service packs at the back of church for children to use if they wish.

Sunday Evenings- every 4th Sunday, Christ Church Surbiton, along with Emmanuel, host Focus On… 7-8.30pm at Christ Church.  Focus On… is an opportunity to reflect on important issues for the church and world, with some Bible teaching, discussion and Q&A.  Next session will be in September.

Prayer Focus take place in the hall at Emmanuel on the 1st Wednesday of each month at 8pm.  Please do join us when you are able.  

Oasis is our bi-weekly, mid-week group for people over 60 years.  The group meet on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at 2.30pm in the hall for puzzles, quizzes, short Bible talks or presentations, tea and cake.  Please contact the office if you want to know more.  All welcome to come along.

Home Groups are meeting in person, at various times so please contact your Home Group leader for details.  If you are not currently in a Home Group and would like to talk with someone about joining one, please contact the office.

Cross Train meets on Friday evenings 7-8.30pm; a group for young people ages 10-14 to come together, have fun, talk about Jesus and play games.  You can find out more about Cross Train here.  

We aim to run the Hope Explored course regularly.  This is a free course that looks at the life, death and resurrection of Jesus in Luke’s Gospel.  This three-session course shows that Christianity is about real hope: a joyful expectation for the future, based on true events in the past, which changes everything about my present.  If you would like to know more about this course, please contact Emmanuel’s minister Bart directly at bart@emmanueltolworth.org.uk or call 020 8390 2372.  You can also find more details on what to expect from this course here.

Covid – We have now lifted all Covid restrictions at Emmanuel but will continue to monitor the local situation and look to react appropriately.  Please be mindful and respectful of those who will continue to wear a mask when in the Emmanuel building.

If you are new to Emmanuel and/or have been attending our services for a while, please complete this short contact form.

Please contact the office (office@emmanueltolworth.org.uk / 020 8390 2372) if you have any questions about any of our events or services.

Please note:  We want to help those who have difficulties in engaging with the service for any reason, eg sight or hearing problems. Do please ask someone on hand if you need help or contact the church office and we will do our best to provide assistance.